Sébastien Lifshitz


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Sébastien Lifshitz

After studying art history, Sébastien Lifshitz began working in the world of contemporary art in 1990. In 1994, he turned to filmmaking and in 2000, he directed his first full-length feature, Come Undone, hailed by the critics and released internationally. His documentary feature, The Crossing (2001), was selected for the Directors’ Fortnight and Wild Side (2004) for the Berlinale. He presented The Invisibles (2012) in the official selection of Cannes.

2016 Les vies de Thérèse
2013 Bambi
2012 Les Invisibles
2009 Plein Sud
2006 Les Témoins
2004 Wild Side
2001 La Traversée
2000 Presque rien
1999 Les Terres Froides
1998 Les corps ouverts
1994 Il faut que je l'aime

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