Sébastien Lifshitz

Sébastien Lifshitz (born 21 January 1968) is a French screenwriter and director. He teaches at La Fémis, a school that focuses on the subject of image and sound. He studied at the École du Louvre, and has a bachelor's degree from the University of Paris in history of art. Lifshitz's work involves gay themes. His 2004 film, Wild Side, involves several narratives, some told forward and some backward, about a transsexual prostitute. Rees-Robertsn, N. French Queer Cinema (2008). Reeser, T. "Representing gay male domesticity in French film of the late 1990s," In Queer Cinema in Europe (2008). Reeser, T. "Transsexuality and the Disruption of Time in Sebastien Lifshitz's Wild Side," in Studies in French Cinema (2007).



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