Celine Rouzet is a freelance journalist and radio documentary producer based in Paris. She has been reporting stories both in France and abroad for Radio France (France Inter and France Culture), the Swiss and Belgian national radios and Swiss and French newspapers, including Le Temps and Le Monde Diplomatique.
Her first radio documentary, "Le Ciel Rouge de Tabubil" (Tabubil's Red Sky), about a small Australian mining town that was built in a sacred forest in Papua New Guinea in the 1980s, was selected for the New York Festival in 2011. The second radio documentary she made abroad, "Ladakh, la Metamorphose" (Ladakh, the Metamorphosis), about modernity in the Indian Himalayas, was broadcast on national radio and at the film festival of Mellionec in France in June 2012.
This is Celine's third visit to Papua New Guinea.