Sébastien Lifshitz

After studying art history, Sébastien Lifshitz began working in the world of contemporary art in 1990, assisting curator Bernard Blistène at the Pompidou Center, and photographer Suzanne Lafont. In 1994, he turned to filmmaking, and since then his films were selected for several festivals, such as Cannes, Clermont-Ferrand, Venice or Berlinale.


2016 – Las Vies de Thérèse (Documentary)
2013 – Bambi (Documentary)
2012 – Les Invisibles (Documentary)
2010 – Plein Sud (Feature Film)
2006 – Les Temoins (Documentary)
2004 – Wild Side (Feature Film)
2002 – La traverse (Documentary)
2000 – Presque rien (Feature Film)
1998 –  Les corps ouverts (Feature Film)
1995 – Claire Denis, La Vagabonde (Documentary)