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Gaspar Noé

dev_GASPAR_ULLIEL1Gaspar Noé is an Argentinian writer and director, known for cult films I Stand Alone (1998), Irreversible (2002), and Enter the Void (2009), son of the painter and intellectual Felipe Noe.

Noé has been inspired by Beatnik writer William Burroughs, and auteur filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, and claims that seeing 2001: A Space Odyssey when he was seven influenced his whole desire to be a director. His films share a common thread in the exploration of the ‘cinema of the body’ , using experimental filmmaking techniques, distorted sense of narrative, and provoking subject to evoke a sense of nihilism in his work. Into the Void also featured on screen use of the drug DMT to evoke and out of body narration and surreal psychic journey that was the basis of the film.

Noé was born in Argentina in 1963 and graduated from Louis Lumiere College. He is currently the visiting professor of film at the European Graduate School in Switzerland.

He is currently producing a feature film called ‘Love’, which he wrote, directed and produced.



2015 Love (post-production)

2014 Short Plays (segment “Argentina”)

2012 7 Days in Havana (segment “Ritual”)

2012 SebastiAn: Love in Motion (Video short)

2009 42 One Dream Rush

2009 Enter the Void

2008 8 (segment “SIDA”)

2006 SIDA (Short)

2006 Destricted (segment “We Fuck Alone”)

2005/II Eva (Short)

2002 Irreversible

2002 Intoxication (Documentary short)

1998 Sodomites (Short)

1998 I Stand Alone

1995 Une expérience d’hypnose télévisuelle (TV Short)

1991 Carne (Short)

1987 Pulpe amère (Short)

1985 Tintarella di luna (Short)


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