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Amaury Voslion


Amaury Voslion's films are nourished by painting, photography, cinema and music.
For many years, they have looked at creation, artists and
their process.
Awarded at Cannes in 2003 for in-depth work on New York underground cinema,
he makes numerous documentaries on cinema, photography, music and even
starred cuisine for Arte, Ciné +, TV5, Paris Première (…).
A trained photographer, often cinematographer and editor of his films, he signs
several short fiction films including “Trouble”, selected at the Premiers festival
plans in Angers and at the Côté Court Festival in Pantin.
He also produces black and white video clips with photographer Richard Dumas, for
artists like Tindersticks, Les innocents, Dominique A, Rosemary Standley.
His film “Mingus Erectus”, an entirely musical feature film dedicated to the great double bassist
Charles Mingus, has been selected in numerous festivals and received the prize
for best documentary on art as well as the special jury prize at the Mediawave festival
in 2019 and the audience award at the Festival des Films à l’Est, the same year.
He also signs portrait films for Amart films, with and about the contemporary artist
Jean-Luc Verna, musician Thomas de Pourquery, videographer Pierrick Sorin and more
recently the dancer Jeanne Morel, where her style imposes itself, whose aesthetic translates her
emotion in front of their creations.
Also a screenwriter, he is currently developing his first feature film for the cinema,
as well as a detective series for television.

about the film





first time filmmaker


52 minutes

September 28, 2022



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