Isidore Bethel is a French-American filmmaker. His directorial debut Liam received the Jury Prize at Paris' LGBTQ+ Film Festival, Chéries-Chéris. He has produced and edited films that have screened at Cannes (Official Selection), IDFA, True/False, the Museum of Modern Art, the Beirut Art Center, and the Pompidou Center. He has been a Lagardère Foundation and Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Arts Fellow, a Tribeca Film Institute Network, IFP, Film Independent, and Eurodoc Fellow, as well as an artist-in-residence with the Institut Français (Hors les murs) and Rome’s Villa Medici and a Guest Artist at CalArts and Yale. His work as a director has screened at the Boston LGBT, Los Angeles, and Atlanta Film Festivals as well as in galleries in the US, the UK, and Mexico. He teaches film at Sarah Lawrence College and Parsons in Paris.