Vincent Dieutre (France)

Vincent Dieutre (born 1960) is a graduate of the major French film school IDHEC (now La Fémis). Since beginning of his filmmaking career he has been exploring borders between documentary film and autobigraphical fiction. His feature films like Desolate Rome, Tenebrae Lessons, Bonne Nouvelle, Mon Voyage d´Hiver or Fragments sur la Grâce were shown on number of international festivals and on television. Complementary to his filmmaking activity Vincent has also started to focus on relationship between film and contemporary art. He published several critical esseys on this topic and made number of video and multimedia instalations.


Rome désolée/ Desolate Rome (France, 1996)
Leçons de ténèbres/ Tenebrae Lessons (77´, France/Belgium, 1999)
Bonne nouvelle (France, 2001)
Mon voyage d'hiver/ My Winter Journey (104´, France, 2003)
Bologna centrale (61´, France, 2003)
Fragments sur la grâce (101´, Belgium/France, 2006)
Después de la revolución (55´, France, 2007)
Ea2 - 2ème exercice d'admiration: Jean Eustache (21´, France, 2008)
Toutes les étoiles tombent (France, 2010)
Ea3 (45', France, 2010)
Jaurès (83', France, 2012)
Déchirés/Graves (82', France, 2013) Roland Wounded (121', France, 2013)

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