Cofounder of Babel films, Eric Piccoli, is an award-winning director, writer and producer known for "Time out," "Project-M" and "Public writer.". On the documentary side, he made the cinematography of the film event "Les Rose" and co-directed the film "Yes" with Félix Rose which was shot during the Scottish referendum and followed Samuel Bergeron and the visual artist Simon Beaudry in his quest. He also directed "Illegal cannabis" which tells the unknown story of the black cannabis market. After the success of this film, he is currently already working on the second season of the series "Wipe me out, please" and on a first feature film titled "Le Train du Nord."
Piccoli provides a down-to-earth, social, and humanist cinema. He often addresses the need for empathy and openness to better understand others. He’s interested in the prison that our social class is becoming and the forgotten voice of the voiceless.