Director FRANCE

Bruno DUMONT

Bruno DUMONT

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Biography

Bruno Dumont directed his first feature film at the age of thirty-eight: La vie de Jésus (1996), shot in Bailleul, where he was born. This film earned him immediate acclaim: it was selected for the Director's Fortnight, winning a Caméra d'Or Special Mention. Creating demanding, singular and raw works of cinema, Bruno Dumont returned to Cannes in 1999, in Competition, with L'humanité. He was awarded the Grand Prix and a double Best Performance prize for two of the films non-professional actors.
Bruno Dumont moved away from Northern France to shoot Twenty-nine Palms in the Californian desert, a road movie that was selected for the Venice Mostra in 2003. In 2006, Flandres, a harsh film about the devastation caused by war, received the Grand Prix at the Festival de Cannes.

Films presented at Cannes

JEANNE JOAN OF ARC 2019 Un Certain Regard Film Editor, Director
MA LOUTE SLACK BAY 2016 In Competition – Feature Films Director, Script / Dialogue, Film Editor
HORS SATAN 2011 Un Certain Regard Director, Script / Dialogue, Film Editor
FLANDRES FLANDERS 2006 In Competition – Feature Films Director, Script / Dialogue
L'HUMANITE 1999 In Competition – Feature Films Director, Script / Dialogue

Awards

JOAN OF ARC
JEANNE JOAN OF ARC 2019 Un Certain Regard Jury's Special Mention Film Editor, Director
FLANDERS
FLANDRES FLANDERS 2006 Grand Prix Director, Script / Dialogue
L'HUMANITE
L'HUMANITE 1999 Grand Prix Director, Script / Dialogue
Film poster
LA VIE DE JÉSUS 1997 Distinction - Caméra d'Or Director
Jury members
President - Caméra d'Or - 2008
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