Caroline Pochon graduated from the French national cinema school La Femis in 1997. She studied History at Sciences Po and La Sorbonne. She has made several documentaries with French television (Arte, France 2). She is also a novelist (Deuxième femme, La fille du capitaine Fracasse), a script-doctor, a teacher, and a member of the selection committee of La Fabrique des Cinémas du Monde. Africa has always been a source of inspiration for her work. She has studied Wolof in Inalco and spends her time between France and Senegal. Her last film, “Family Song”, with the famous Senegalese singer Zale Seck, was premiered in Vues d’Afrique of Montreal in 2021, it won the Feature Documentary Prize at the California Music Video and Film Festival and will be released on TV5 soon.