Steeven Petitteville

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Steeven Petitteville[1][2][3] is an award-winning French cinematographer, born in Athis-mons in 1974.

After breaking in the film industry working as a focus puller for international cinematographers such as Bruno Delbonnel, AFC, ASC Rodrigo Prieto, AMC, ASC or Lance Acord, ASC to name a few... Steeven Petitteville started shooting on his own commercials and music videos. No longer after that he shot the feature documentary Babies and got proposed narrative feature films in France, Northern Ireland and U.S.A.

He has collaborated with directors Phil Joanou, Benjamin Millepied, Bret Easton Ellis, Maurice Barthelemy, William Forsythe and Vernie Yeung,[4] amongst others.

Filmography[edit]

  • Feature films
  • TV
  • The deleted directed by Bret Easton Ellis (US)
  • Crime d'État directed by Pierre Aknine

Awards[edit]

US international film and video festival 2016:[24]

  • Gold camera Best cinematography / BMCE "let's dream of a new world" - Steeven Petitteville:[25]

Film moves Belfast Film Festival 2013 short film Awards:[26]

  • Best cinematography / Motion sickness - Steeven Petitteville / For over coming the problems of interpreting "the stage" with shots that challenged the audience at nearly every angles
  • Best art in film / Motion sickness / Engrossing Choreography and performance realised through challenging photography

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Steeven Petitteville Archives – The Inspiration Room".
  2. ^ "tcm".
  3. ^ "Steeven Petitteville - About This Person - Movies & TV - NYTimes.com".
  4. ^ "the Broadcast bridge".
  5. ^ "indiewire".
  6. ^ "shooting operator in chicago".
  7. ^ "ITW efilm".
  8. ^ "the iris film review".
  9. ^ "Hollywood reporter sxsw review".
  10. ^ "SXSW operator".
  11. ^ "SXSW lineup 2016".
  12. ^ "Veil, The (2015) - Overview - TCM.com".
  13. ^ "the veil american cinematheque".
  14. ^ "filmmakermagazine".
  15. ^ "good take review".
  16. ^ "Vernie Yeung".
  17. ^ "Vernie Yeung – La Jolla Fashion Film Festival".
  18. ^ "Behold the Lamb".
  19. ^ "Behold The Lamb | Film | The Guardian".
  20. ^ "Irish Film Institute -IRELAND ON SUNDAY: BEHOLD THE LAMB".
  21. ^ "'Behold the Lamb' Wins at Thessalonaki & Arras Fests | The Irish Film & Television Network".
  22. ^ "John McIlduff".
  23. ^ "babies BO".
  24. ^ "US int film & video fest".
  25. ^ "US int film & video fest winner".
  26. ^ "Belfast film festival".

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