Jocelyne Bourgeois was a film editor for more than 40 years at GTC. Created in Joinville-le-Pont (France) by Pathé and Gaumont, GTC was one of the leading French film laboratories after World War II.

She started working on weekly breaking news editions screened in theaters on Wednesdays before advancing to collaborate on movies.



Throughout her career, Jocelyne had the pleasure of working with famous and talented filmmakers including Gerard Oury, Michel Audiard, Georges Lautner, Agnès Varda and François Truffaut. 

Filmmaking and editing were passions she shared with her brother, Richard Fellous, and her cousin, Maurice Fellous, who was Georges Lautner’s director of photography.



I was born and raised in France. My Master of Political Science studies at La Sorbonne University in Paris confirmed my taste for journalism.

Since 2013, I have been writing articles, producing videos, working on shows and breaking news editions for national and international networks in Paris (M6) and also in the US (CNN).


I graduated from the News and Documentary Masters program at NYU last December. It was a life-changing experience. It gave me the opportunity to produce, shoot and edit my documentary.

Everyone has a story to tell. Giving a voice to people and empowering them through the lens of my camera is what motivates me to be a journalist and filmmaker today.