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Birth Place: Montreal, Quebec, CA Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Long Winter, The (1999) as Director
Explores a seldom discussed moment of Canadian history known as "The Conquest of 1838," when revolutionary leader Francois-Xavier Bouchard crossed the border into Canada, bringing with him a renewed passion for liberty and democracy as well as the belief that supportive Americans would help the Patr
2.
Quand je serai parti...vous vivrez encore (1999) as Director
In lower Canada in 1837, a young French-Canadian rebel Francois-Xavier Bouchard leads an uprising against the British command. The rebels are defeated heavily and Bouchard is captured and taken to Montreal to be tried. The military trial is unfairly biased towards the British, and the French continu
3.
My Friend Max (1994) as Director
After 25 years, two friends are reunited, and one of them, Max, searches for the child she gave up for adoption.
4.
Montreal Vu Par... (1991) as Director ("La Derniere Partie")
A tribute to Montreal's 350th anniversary via six short vignettes involving the city.
5.
Paper Wedding, A (1989) as Director
A Canadian woman marries an illegal alien to save him from deportation. Forced to live together in order to convince an immigrations official that theirs is more than a marriage of convenience, they gradually fall in love.
6.
Les Ordres (1974) as Director
7.
Orderers (1974)
October 1970, under the pretext of waging war against the terrorist group Front de liberation du Quebec, the Canadian Parliament vote the War's Measures Act. Police and Army used it and tried to break-up popular groups in the Province of Quebec. More then 400 peoples were arrested for what's look like there social activities. No accusation was ever put against them. This is there stories.
8.
Acadie, l'Acadie, L' (1971) as Director
9.
The Adolescents (1967) as Dir of "Geneviève"

Cast (feature film)

10.
Cinema Verite: Defining the Moment (1999)
The history of 'cinema verite' or 'cinema direct,' as it was known in France, is explored through interviews with many of the documentary genre's pioneers. Largely inspired by the invention of new lightweight cameras in the 1950's and 60s, cinema verite's trademark hand-held style went on to become

Cinematography (feature film)

11.
Dead Man Out (1989) as Director Of Photography
An "HBO Showcase" television movie about a battle of wits between a disturbed death-row inmate and his prison psychiatrist who is charged with deciding if the prisoner is insane -- thereby saving him from the gas chamber -- or faking insanity -- a determination that would send him to his death.
12.
Grenouille et la baleine, La (1988) as Cinematography (Florida)
Story about a young girl and an undersea menagerie of dolphins and whales.
13.
Salut Victor! (1988) as Director Of Photography
Philippe, a lifelong bachelor, checks into a stately nursing home, ready to die, but resident rebel Victor incites him to optimism with giddy, delinquent adventures. Victor is unabashedly gay, and his spirit inspires Philippe to share secrets about his own past.
14.
Hello Actors Studio (1987) as Cinematographer
15.
No Mercy (1986) as Director Of Photography
When two policemen, Eddie Jillette and Joe Collins find out about a contract on the crime boss Losado, they pose as hitmen in order to go after him. This results in murder of Collins and the man named Deveneux who hired them. Jillette goes on the hunt for their assassin and winds up in New Orleans.
16.
Great Land of Small, The (1986) as Director Of Photography
17.
Threshold (1983) as Director Of Photography
18.
Quarantaine, La (1982) as Camera
19.
Mourir a Tue-Tete (1979) as Director Of Photography
20.
Jules le magnifique (1977) as Cinematographer
21.
Tete de Normande St.-Onge, La (1976) as Cinematographer
22.
Temps de l'avant, Le (1976) as Cinematographer
23.
Les Ordres (1974) as Cinematographer
24.
Kamouraska (1973) as Cinematographer
Quebec, the 1830s and 1840s. As she attends the bedside of Jérôme, her second husband, Élisabeth recalls her youth, her marriage to her first husband, Antoine, life in remote Kamouraska where he is seigneur, their love dissolving in his mental illness and cruelties, her falling in love with an American physician, Georges Nelson, and the aftermath of Antoine's violent death.
25.
Temps d'Une Chasse, Le (1972) as Cinematographer
26.
Eliza's Horoscope (1972) as Cinematographer
27.
Acadie, l'Acadie, L' (1971) as Cinematographer
28.
Mon Oncle Antoine (1971) as Cinematographer
A young boy comes of age at Christmas in rural Quebec.
29.
Faut Aller Parmi le Monde pour l'Savior (1971) as Cinematographer
30.
Eldridge Cleaver (1970) as Co-photog
31.
Take It All (1966) as Director of Photography
32.
Chronicle of a Summer (1965) as Director of Photography
Ethnographer-filmmaker Jean Rouch and sociologist-film critic Edgar Morin interview people on the streets of Paris during the summer of 1960.
33.
Punition, La (1962) as Cinematographer

Writer (feature film)

34.
Quand je serai parti...vous vivrez encore (1999) as Screenwriter
In lower Canada in 1837, a young French-Canadian rebel Francois-Xavier Bouchard leads an uprising against the British command. The rebels are defeated heavily and Bouchard is captured and taken to Montreal to be tried. The military trial is unfairly biased towards the British, and the French continu
35.
Long Winter, The (1999) as Screenwriter
Explores a seldom discussed moment of Canadian history known as "The Conquest of 1838," when revolutionary leader Francois-Xavier Bouchard crossed the border into Canada, bringing with him a renewed passion for liberty and democracy as well as the belief that supportive Americans would help the Patr
36.
Montreal Vu Par... (1991) as Screenplay ("La Derniere Partie")
A tribute to Montreal's 350th anniversary via six short vignettes involving the city.
37.
Les Ordres (1974) as Screenwriter

Producer (feature film)

38.
Erreur sur la personne (1996) as Producer
An offbeat love story about a tough wounded cop who trails and then falls in love with the assailant whom he has been assigned to follow--an emotionally damaged, sexy pickpocket.
39.
Lys casse, Le (1987) as Producer

Editing (feature film)

40.
Take It All (1966) as Film Editor

Cinematography (special)

41.
Half a Lifetime (1986) as Director Of Photography
Four long-time friends in their mid-thirties maintain close ties through their regular poker game, until one night the stakes go higher than ever before, forcing them to confront their personal crises together at a crucial period.

Cinematography (special)

42.
Louisiana (1984) as Director Of Photography

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