Yann Dedet

Yann Dedet (born January 25, 1946) is a French film editor and actor.[1]

Yann Dedet
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Born (1946-01-25) 25 January 1946 (age 75)
NationalityFrench
Occupation
  • Film editor
  • Actor

Dedet has been working in film editing since the early 1970s.[1] He often worked for film directors François Truffaut, Maurice Pialat and Nicole Garcia.[1] His work includes more than 80 film and television productions.[1] In 2012, Dedet was awarded the César Award for Best Editing with his co-editor Laure Gardette for the 2011 film Polisse.[1] Before that, he had been nominated twice times. As an actor, he was only seen in small roles.

FilmographyEdit

As directorEdit

2002

Le Pays du chien qui chante

As editor:

2019

  • Happy Birthday

2018

  • Keep Going

2017

  • Elementary

2016

  • After Love
  • In The Forest

2015

2014

  • La Braconne
  • Valentin Valentin

2013

  • Casa Nostra
  • For Those Who Can Tell No Tales
  • Jealousy
  • Sense of Humor

2012

  • Mauvaise fille

2011

  • A Burning Hot Summer
  • Poliss

2010

  • It Begins With the End
  • No Trepassing
  • Robert Mitchum est mort

2009

  • Regrets

2008

  • Frontier of Dawn
  • The Other One

2006

  • Dans les cordes
  • Lady Chatterley

2005

  • Free Zone

2004

  • Red Lights

2000

  • Come Undone

PublicationEdit

  • Le Point de vue du lapin. Le roman de « Passe Montagne », P.O.L., 2017

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e "Yann Dedet | Viennale". www.viennale.at. Retrieved 2020-06-18.

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