Émilie Jouvet

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Émilie Jouvet.

Émilie Jouvet (born 29 July 1976) is a French filmmaker, photographer and contemporary artist.

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Biography

In 2006 she directed her first feature, a post-porn and feminist pro-gender queer lesbian and transgender film, One Night Stand . [1]

In 2009 she assembled an ephemeral troupe of performers, consisting of Wendy Delorme, Judy Minx, DJ Metzgerei, Mad Kate, Sadie Lune and Madison Young, for a European tour during the shooting of her film Too Much Pussy! Feminist Sluts, A Queer X Show. This feminist sex-positive, documentary road movie came out in French cinemas in 2010. [2]

Her first monograph of photographs, 'Émilie Jouvet The Book', was published by Womart editions in 2014.

Filmography

Short films

Feature films

Awards and nominations

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References

  1. "One Night Stand d'Emilie Jouvet, film hybride pour le plaisir des genres" (in French). 4 July 2008.
  2. Sigrist, Sidonie (6 July 2011). "Sur la route du queer" (in French). Madame Figaro.

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