Boris Lehman, filmmaker

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Boris Lehman, filmmaker
Directed by Denys Desjardins
Produced by Denys Desjardins
Centaure Films
Written by Denys Desjardins
Cinematography Denys Desjardins
Edited by Denys Desjardins
Distributed by Centaure Films
Release date
  • 1997 (1997)
Running time
23 minutes
Country Canada
Language French

Boris Lehman, filmmaker (French: Contre le temps et l'effacement, Boris Lehman...) is a 1997 documentary film by Quebec film director and producer Denys Desjardins.

Plot[edit]

Coined one of the most intimate and obstinate filmmakers in Belgium, Boris Lehman acts in, directs, produces, and distributes his films, single-handedly incarnating the essence of a creator who manages to survive on the fringes of his industry. From Brussels to Paris, friends, filmmakers, critics, and crew offer their understanding of a man for whom life is a reason to film, and film, a reason to live.

Award[edit]

  • Honorable mention for Best Short documentary by the Quebec Films Critics Association, 1997.