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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Another Me (2014)
Teenage Fay's life slowly begins to unravel when she suspects she is being stalked by a mysterious double who is out to steal not just her identity, but her whole life.
2.
Panda Eyes (2013)
A teenage girl believes she's being pursued by her own double.
3.
Cycling with Moliere (2013)
On France's Île de Ré, retired actor Serge Tanneur spends his days alone, cycling through the windblown seaside landscape. Even when his old friend Gauthier offers him an opportunity to return to the stage in Molière's "The Misanthrope", it fails to draw his interest -- at least, at first.
4.
Women on the Sixth Floor, The (2011)
Jean-Louis works in a finance office and lives a peaceful and boring life with his socialite wife in 1960 Paris. But when some exuberant Spanish maids move into their building, the family's life is turned upside down.
5.
Maps of the Sounds of Tokyo (2009)
A Japanese hit-woman falls for a Spanish man she's supposed to kill.
6.
Queen to Play (2009)
Lovely, repressed and quietly intelligent, French chambermaid Hélène discovers she has a knack for chess. This obsession-much to the chagrin of her husband and teenage daughter-leads her to seek the clandestine tutelage of a reclusive American doctor, a liaison that radically transforms both of thei
7.
Baby Love (2009)
A portrait of one gay man's quest to become a father against all odds that explores the ironic twist of French law in which gay adoptions remain illegal.
8.
Behind the Walls (2008)
Set in the austere decor of 1930s French juvenile correctional facilities, follows the tribulations of 14 year-old orphan Yves Treguier, who is sent from one facility to the next. For a daydreamer and escape artist like Yves, life in juvenile institutions resembles the harsh reality of prison. As he
9.
Elegy (2008)
Charismatic professor David Kepesh glories in the pursuit of adventurous female students but never lets any woman get too close. When gorgeous Consuela Castillo enters his classroom, however, his protective veneer dissolves. Her ravenhaired beauty both captivates and unsettles him. Even if Kepesh de
10.
Delice Paloma (2007)
Along with her team, Madame Aldjeria fixes up other people's problems in exchange for cash, and she doesn't hesitate to dirty her hands in order to survive in a country where no holds are barred. Madame Aldjeria's new recruit, Paloma, catches everyone's eye including Riyad, who just happens to be Ma
11.
Du Jour Au Lendemain (2006)
Life is very hard for Francois Berthier: a dog howls all night and keeps him awake, the coffee machine explodes in his face, it is raining, the head clerk in the bank where he works humiliates him and threatens to sack him. And then, overnight, everything that was violent or painful for Francois is
12.
Habana Blues (2006)
Two young cuban musicians, Ruy and Tito, share the same dream: to become famous and finally leave Havana. Ruy lives with Caridad and their two children. Although they still love each other, their relationship seems close to an end. Tito is on his own living with his grandmother. While in rehearsals
13.
Secret Life of Words, The (2005)
Hanna, a solitary and mysterious young woman, works in a factory somewhere in Europe. She speaks to no one, eats the same thing for every meal and wears a hearing aid that she turns off to protect herself from the world. Forced by her boss to take a vacation, she travels to Northern Ireland where, o
14.
Viva Laldjerie (2004) as Director Of Photography
Amid the turmoil of modern day Algeiers and againt a backdrop of entangled love affairs, a retired exotic dancer tries to keep the city's most famous nightclub, the Copacabana, from being turned into a mosque.
15.
My Life Without Me (2003) as Director Of Photography
Ann is 23-years-old with two young daughters, a husband who spends more time unemployed than working, a mother with a history of broken dreams, and a father who has spent the last ten years in jail. While other women her age are out partying, she spends her nights working as a janitor in a universit
16.
Monique (2002)
A man leaves his wife for a silicon love doll. As Alex the ad man, who's completely lost interest in his job and wife Claire, Albert Dupontel sports a shell-shocked, deadpan demeanor that suggests Buster Keaton with jaundice. But once he orders a compliant $6,000 rubber mannequin over the Internet,
17.
Voyages (1999) as Director Of Photography
Concerns the relationships between three aging Jewish women.
18.
Monsieur Naphtali (1999) as Director Of Photography
When he is kicked out of his rest home, the restless Mr. Naphtali goes looking for a place to stay. Stumbling upon a generous Parisian woman, Naphtali charms his way into her life, her family and her circle of friends.
19.
Bleu des villes, Le (1999) as Director Of Photography
Solange works as a meter maid in the town she grew up in, issuing tickets to angry motorists. She spends her evenings videotaping herself secretly singing to karaoke discs. But when her successful high school pal, Mylene, visits town for a book signing, Solange's latent discontent rises to the surfa
20.
Restons Groupes (1998) as Director Of Photography
A group of French tourists go on a dream vacation: "The American West in Cinemascope", traveling in luxury through California, Arizona, Nevada and Utah. However, things go wrong, and they are left alone, with only an incompetent guide to get them home safely.
21.
Comptoir, Le (1998) as Director Of Photography
22.
Coming to Terms (1994) as Director Of Photography
A dramatic triptych offering differing perspectives about death and its aftermath, set on a Brittany beach during the late summer.
23.
Barjo (1992) as Director Of Photography
An impulsive young wife and mother, married to the prosperous, middle-aged owner of an aluminum manufacturing company, quickly descends into madness upon the arrival of her exceedingly strange twin brother.
24.
Mauvaise Fille (1991) as Director Of Photography
A young woman, burdened with the care of her family since her mother's departure ten years earlier, decides to strike out on her own.
25.
Gawin (1991) as Director Of Photography
A father transforms himself into an extraterrestial to make his son's dreams come true.
26.
Salle de bain, La (1989) as Director Of Photography
A brief period in the life of a man who believes movement brings us only closer to death.
27.
Bille en Tete (1989) as Director Of Photography
Comedy-drama about a teenaged boy so determined to grow up fast that he seduces an older married woman.
28.
J'aurais jamais du croiser son regard (1989) as Director Of Photography
29.
Palanquin des larmes, Le (1988) as Director Of Photography
The life of Chinese classical pianist Chow Ching Lie prior to, and after, the Communist Revolution of 1949.
30.
Un Amour a Paris (1988) as Director Of Photography
31.
Chere canaille (1987) as Director Of Photography
32.
Douce France (1986) as Director Of Photography
33.
Oriana (1985) as Director Of Photography

Cinematography (special)

34.
Marcel Proust: A Writer's Life (1993) as Director Of Photography
A docudrama on the life of French author Marcel Proust. Intercuts interviews with contemporary writers and archival footage of interviews with friends of Proust's. Re-creates highlights of Proust's life based on archival stills, diaries and letters.

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

35.
Grand Larceny (1989) as Camera Operator

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