Josée Deshaies

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Josée Deshaies
Montreal, Canada
Years active1996–present

Josée Deshaies is a French-Canadian cinematographer.[1] She is known for her frequent collaborations with filmmaker Bertrand Bonello.[2] She has been nominated twice for the César Award for Best Cinematography.


Year Title Notes
1996 Qui je suis Short film
1998 Something Organic
2000 The Left-Hand Side of the Fridge
2001 The Pornographer
2002 Royal Bonbon
2002 The Adventures of James and David Short film
2003 Tiresia
2005 Les invisibles
2005 Peekaboo
2005 Cindy: The Doll Is Mine Short film
2006 Le jour de ma mort Short film
2006 L'immature Short film
2006 My New Picture Short film
2007 Deux cages sans oiseaux Short film
2007 A l'instar du père Noël et de la pizza Short film
2007 Heartbeat Detector
2007 Before I Forget
2007 24 Bars
2008 On War
2008 All That She Wants
2009 Yuki & Nina
2010 Rebecca H. (Return to the Dogs)
2010 Where the Boys Are Short film
2010 Curling
2010 La lisière
2011 House of Tolerance Nominated—César Award for Best Cinematography
2011 Headwinds
2012 Ingrid Caven: Music and Voice
2012 Next to Last (Autumn 63) Short film
2013 Quelqu'un d'extraordinaire Short film
2013 Septième Promenade Short film
2014 Jacky in the Kingdom of Women
2014 Saint Laurent Nominated—César Award for Best Cinematography
Nominated—Lumières Award for Best Cinematography
2014 Parole de kamikaze Documentary
2015 Spectrographies
2015 I, Kamikaze
2015 Lamb
2015 Endorphine
2016 Nelly Nominated—Canadian Screen Award for Best Cinematography[3]
Nominated—Prix Iris for Cinematography[4]


  1. ^ "Bertrand Bonello's 'House of Pleasures,' Set in Brothel". The New York Times. Retrieved 24 September 2014.
  2. ^ "Deshaies and Bonello Reunite for Saint Laurent". Kodak. Archived from the original on 21 July 2015. Retrieved 24 September 2014.
  3. ^ Furdyk, Brent (17 January 2017). "2017 Canadian Screen Awards nominees revealed". Global News. Retrieved 2 March 2017.
  4. ^ Boutros, Magdaline (5 April 2017). "Gala Québec cinéma: Juste la fin du monde et Two Lovers and a Bear en tête". La Presse. Retrieved 1 May 2017.

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