Stéphane Fontaine

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Stéphane Fontaine
Occupation Cinematographer
Years active 1985–present

Stéphane Fontaine is a French cinematographer. He graduated from the École nationale supérieure Louis-Lumière in 1985,[1] and began his career as first assistant camera on films directed by Arnaud Desplechin, Jim Jarmusch, Leos Carax and Olivier Assayas, among others.[2] He won the César Award for Best Cinematography in 2006 for The Beat That My Heart Skipped and in 2010 for A Prophet.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Notes
1996 My Sex Life... or How I Got into an Argument As first assistant camera
1999 Rien à dire Short film
C'était là depuis l'après-midi Short film
2000 Bronx-Barbès
2001 Homesick Short film
Les Trois Théâtres Documentary short
2002 Juste au-dessus des trains
La Vie nouvelle
2003 Playing 'In the Company of Men'
2004 Look at Me
2005 The Beat That My Heart Skipped César Award for Best Cinematography
2006 Charlie Says
Call Me Elisabeth
2007 Talk to Me
2008 What Just Happened
2009 Spy(ies)
A Prophet César Award for Best Cinematography
Nominated—European Film Award for Best Cinematographer
2010 L'Autre Dumas
The Next Three Days
2011 Goodbye First Love
2012 Rust and Bone Nominated—César Award for Best Cinematography
2013 Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian Nominated—Lumières Award for Best Cinematography
2014 Samba
2016 Captain Fantastic
Elle Nominated—César Award for Best Cinematography
Jackie

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stéphane Fontaine". IEC.
  2. ^ "Stephane Fontaine A.F.C." Focus Features.
  3. ^ http://www.culturecommunication.gouv.fr/Ministere/Services-rattaches-a-la-ministre/Section-des-distinctions-honorifiques/Arretes-de-Nominations-dans-l-ordre-des-Arts-et-des-Lettres/Nomination-dans-l-ordre-des-Arts-et-des-Lettres-juillet-2015

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