Director (Mauritius)

Born in Mauritius in 1984, Joëlle Ducray takes part in a scriptwriting workshop offered by Île Courts - International Short Film Festival of Mauritius in 2009.

The following year, she makes her first short movie, Glissé Tombé (Slip and Fall), thanks to the financial and technical support from the Festival. The same year, she participates with Charlotte Nina and Jawid Kadir in the documentary workshop organised by the Festival Île Courts and ran by Chantal Richard, a French documentary maker. During this workshop, they make a short documentary together, Wall Street Legim, that was screened, amongst others, in the African program of the Clermont Ferrand Film Festival in 2011.

Working also as a translator and Spanish teacher Joëlle Ducray is currently working on a documentary project.


  • Wall Street Legim, 2011

  • Glissé Tombé, 2009