François Nemeta was born in Seine-et-Marne in 1971. Obsessed by music and images from an early age, he quickly began studying cinema. After meeting the young Michel Gondry at the end of a Oui Oui concert, François Nemeta becomes his assistant for three years, and goes around the world to film Björk, Massive Attack or the Rolling Stones.

In 1998, François Nemeta bought a 16mm camera and launched himself. He made his first clips, including the world card "Lady" Modjo in 2000. He then made many more, each time creating a different universe for Benjamin Biolay, Kings of Convenience or Wax Tailor.

Then François widens his horizons and makes adverts, always in a humorous tone, for Volkswagen or Burger King, and Brand Content for Sony or Bwin (the provocative and parodic return of Raymond Domenech) or for Tic Tac, with a stunt rewarded in Cannes, Epica and EuroBest in 2012.

At the same time, François also wrote and directed short films, such as the mini-series "Boulevard des Hits / Now That 's What I Call Music" which pays homage to his devouring passion for dead singers. Next step: the feature film.