Philippe Grandrieux

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Philippe Grandrieux (born 1954, Saint-Étienne) is an artist working in several areas of kinetic visual arts including: documentary, feature films, performance, writing, and installation. Constantly pushing the boundaries of cinematographic technique, his works draw inspiration equally from other filmmakers such as Stan Brakhage and Jean Epstein as well as the work of thinkers such as Artaud, Deleuze, and Marcus Aurelius. Grandrieux studied film at INSA in Belgium with Edmond Bernhard before beginning his career with an exhibition of video art at Albert Baronian, Brussels. During the next decades, he produced numerous programs for ARTE in collaboration with important experimentalists such Thiery Kuntzel, Robert Kramer, and Gary Hill. Grandrieux’s works have been presented films at venues including the Venice Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival, Film Society of Lincoln Center, and The Whitney Museum of American Art, amongst others.

AWARD

2013
Tripoli, Lebanon, Beirut
2012
Festival CÔTÉ COURT, Pantin - Seine-Saint-Denis, FRANCE
2011
Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, Denmark
2009
65th Mostra De Venice, Italy
International Film Festival Of Las Palmas, Spain
1998
Locarno, Switzerland

FESTIVALS

2016
17th Jeonju IFF, South Korea
IFFR, Rotterdam, South Holland
2011
Festival de Las Palmas, Espagne, Spain
Harvard Film Archive, Cambridge, Massachuset, USA

RESIDENCES

2016
ICI CCN de Montpellier, Occitanie Pyrénnées-Méditerranée
2014
Phare, CCN du Havre Haute-Normandie