Constance Joliff


Constance Joliff was born in 1989, to parents who were architects, painters and sculptors. In 2015, she was awarded a degree in film animation from the Georges Méliès School. Her final film Miel Bleu [Blue Honey] (which can be screened on KuB), was entered in many international film festivals and earned more than 30 awards. After finishing school she worked at Teamto, then joined the team at Mac Guff, one of the most important animation studios in the world. She did a year and a half of character FX on the film Sing, began working on Grinch, then on Minions 2 doing Hair for IMG. She also worked on her own projects: a range of ceramics creations listed under the pseudo Cocolégram on Instagram, as well as projects with her husband, Olivier Gilquin, including the set design for Quelque part au milieu de l'infini [Somewhere in the middle of infinity] by Amala Dianor in 2016. She teaches classes in Stop Motion animation to autistic children via the association Defi Autisme.

Associate artist

Amala Dianor is associated artist to Touka Danses, CDCN Guyane, France (2021-2024) and Théâtre de Macon, France (2021-24) ; Les Quinconces - l’Espale, scène nationale le Mans, France (2021-2024).


Cie Amala Dianor / Kaplan, sustained by French State - DRAC Pays de la Loire, Pays de la Loire Region, Town of Angers. Since 2020, it is receiving the support of BNP Paribas Foundation.

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