Catherine Dussart has been an Independent Director of TF1 Group since April 18, 2013. Dussart began her career as a press officer and then became a producer. She started out with short films, before moving naturally on to feature films and long-format documentaries for the cinema and television with the creation of Les Productions Dussart in 1992 and CDP in 1994. She is a Member of the European Producers Club and a consultant for Ateliers du Cinéma Européen (ACE). She was a member of the Board of Directors of the Franco-Russian Cinema Academy and a member of the Committee on Aid to World Cinema organised by Centre National de la Cinématographie. She was a member of the CNC’s Committee on advances on takings for two years and Vice Chair in 2004, as well as a member of the CNC’s Distribution Aid Committee.

Her most recent productions include Rithy Panh’s The Missing Picture (2013), which won both the Un Certain Regard award at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival and the Prix Italia and was also an Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film; In This Land Lay Graves of Mine (2014) by Lebanese Director Reine Mitri (DIFF Dubai); 9 Fingers (2017) by F.J Ossang, winner of the 2014 Rome Eurimages award; and France Is Mother Country (2015) by Rithy Panh. Another Panh production, Exile (2016) was nominated for the Best Documentary Award at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards. The Fourth Direction (2015) was also an APSA nominee. She has been a Director of the Franco-Russian Cinema Academy since 2014. Mrs. Dussart is a Member of the Committee on Aid to World Cinema organised by Centre National de la Cinématographie. Mrs. Dussart is a Producer. She studied management.

Films

Exile
2016

Exile (Exil)

Cambodia, France
2016

Exile (Exil)

Exile endeavours to recreate and make sense of the experience of those thrown out of the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh with the arrival of Pol…

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The Fourth Direction
2015

The Fourth Direction (Chauthi Koot)

India, France
2015

The Fourth Direction (Chauthi Koot)

CHAUTHI KOOT evokes the atmosphere of suspicion, fear and paranoia of the Punjab in 1980s. It considers two loosely connected incidents: two Hindu friends trying…

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