Lucas Belvaux

Lucas BELVAUX (1961, Belgium) moved to Paris in 1979 to work as an actor in film, television and theatre. He had several roles in films directed by Claude Chabrol, Jacques Rivette and Olivier Assayas. Belvaux started directing his own films in the early 1990s. After the ambitious Grenoble feature film trilogy and the kidnap drama Rapt (2009), his seventh feature 38 Witnesses was the official opening film of IFFR 2012. His most recent film This is our land will premiere at IFFR 2017. 


(selection) Parfois trop d'amour (1992), Pour rire!/Just for Laugh (1996), Mere de toxico (2000, TV), La trilogie: Cavale/The Trilogy: On the Run (2002), La trilogie: Un couple épatant/The Trilogy: An Amazing Couple (2002), La trilogie: Après la vie/The Trilogy: After Life (2002), Nature contre nature/Good for Goods (2004, TV), La raison du plus faible/The Right of the Weakest (2006), Les prédateurs (2007, TV), Rapt (2009), 38 témoins/38 Witnesses (2012), Pas son genre/Not My Type (2014), Chez nous/This is our land (2017)