Philippe Blasband

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Philippe Blasband (born 26 July 1964 in Teheran, Iran) is a filmmaker and a writer in French language from Belgium. He is of Jewish [1] origin and lives in Brussels.

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Work

Novels

Short stories

Non-fiction

Films (as writer)

Short films

    • Bon anniversaire, Sergent Bob (de Frédéric Fonteyne)
    • les Vloems (1989) (de Frédéric Fonteyne)
    • La Ballade de Billie (1989) (de Geneviève Mersch)
    • La Modestie (1992) (in Les sept péchés capitaux) (de Frédéric Fonteyne)
    • Le courage (1992) (in Les sept péchés capitaux)(de Geneviève Mersch)
    • Bob le déplorable (1993) (de Frédéric Fonteyne)
    • John (1994) (de Geneviève Mersch)
    • Doucement (1997) (de Jacques Decrop)
    • La Dinde (1999) (de Sam Garbarski)
    • Joyeux Noël Rachid (2000) (de Sam Garbarski)
    • La Vie, la Mort et le Foot (2000) (de Sam Garbarski)

Feature films

Films (as director and writer)

Short films

    • W. C. (1991)
    • CHA CHA CHA (1998)
    • MIREILLE ET LUCIEN with Aylin Yay and Serge Larivière (2001)

Festivals : Clermont-Ferrand, Locarno, Valenciennes, Dresde, Cannes (La nuit la plus courte, Critic's week),…

Feature films

Featuring Benoît Verhaert, Philippe Noiret, Yolande Moreau, Serge Larivière Selected in Venice & Montreal Festivals

Selected in Montréal, Valladolid, Amiens, Namur, Sousse, Madrid, Brive, Moscow Best actress award for Aylin Yay & Signis Prize in Amiens Best actress award for Aylin Yay & Audience award in Brive

Selected for festivals of : Valladolid, Amiens, Beauvais, Rouen, Mons, Moustier, UGC Fête de l’Europe, Rabat, Split, Mexico, Moncton, Namur, São Paulo

Featuring Aylin Yay, Anne Girouard, Chloé Struvay, Nathalie Laroche, Cédric Juliens

Theatre

as writer

    • La Lettre des chats, Ed Lansman (1992)
    • Apôtres
    • Une chose intime
    • Où es-tu Sammy Rebenski ?
    • Jef
    • Le Masque du dragon
    • L'argent du ministre
    • Les Mangeuses de chocolat, Ed Lansman (1996)
    • L'Invisible, Ed Hayez-Lansman (2004)
    • Une aventure de Simon Rapoport, guerrier de l'espace
    • Pitch
    • Une liaison pornographique, Actes Sud-Papiers, 2003 (suivi de Nathalie Ribout)
    • Le Village oublié d'au-delà des montagnes
    • Nathalie Ribout, Actes Sud-Papiers, 2003
    • Les témoins, Hayez-Lansman, 2005
    • Paternel (2009)
    • Fragile
    • Après Anatole
    • Le Jeu des cigognes et de l'enfer
    • Rue du Croissant

as director

    • FILATURES – spectacle collectif
    • LES SEPT JOURS DE SIMON LABROSSE de Carole FRÉCHETTE
    • UNE CHOSE INTIME
    • JEF
    • PITCH
    • LE MASQUE DU DRAGON
    • LES MANGEUSES DE CHOCOLAT
    • UNE AVENTURE DE SIMON RAPOPORT, GUERRIER DE L'ESPACE
    • Macbeth (à deux) based on Shakespeare's play
    • LES MILLE ET UNE NUITS (One Thousand and One Nights)
    • LES TEMOINS
    • PATERNEL création en 2009 au Théâtre Le Public à Bruxelles

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