Jean-Marie Buchet

Jean-Marie Buchet

Jean-Marie Buchet

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Jean-Marie Buchet (born 24 February 1938, in Jemappes, Belgium, near Mons) is a Belgian author and filmmaker.

Buchet entered the Section of experimental cinema that La Cambre (ISAD, Institut Supérieur des Arts Décoratifs, an art school created by Henry Van de Velde) had just created in 1957. He studied mainly sound editing there and made 3 short films: "Discours" (Speech), "Comment se pendre" (How to hang himself), "that it will wire for sound" in 1974, and "Masques" in 1959, which he made in collaboration with Marc Lobet on a music of Fernand Schirren.

During his career, he directed short fictions, experimental films and documentaries. He is also the author of two full-lengthfilms: "La fugue de Suzanne" (Suzanne's Fugue, 1974) and "Mireille dans la vie des autres" (Mireille and the Others, 1979). In 1968, he collaborated with Robbe De Hert in the realization of committed films and, took part the same year in the creation of "Cinélibre". In addition to work as screenwriter, script-doctor, manager and director of production, Jean-Marie Buchet also directed until 2002 a workshop of writing of scenario at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB-ELICIT). He has been writing movie criticism in the "Grand Angle" review since 1996 and works in the service of film restoration at the royal Film Archive of Belgium since 1999.

At the age of twelve, Buchet said to a school-fellow, after having failed at an...
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