- Green, Eugène
- (1947, New York City, New York, USA-)Having settled in 1969 in Paris, where he studied literature, history, and art history, he became a French citizen in 1976. The same year, he spent one day as an extra on the set of Robert Bresson's Le Diable probablement / UK and USA: The Devil Probably. In 1977, he created the Théâtre de la Sapience, for which he directed modern and baroque plays in an experimental way. Besides his own films, he played in Les Amitiés maléfiques / USA: Poisoned Friends (Emmanuel Bourdieu, 2006) and Fragments sur la Grâce (Vincent Dieutre, 2006). He wrote two essays (2001 La Parole baroque, Editions Desclée de Brower; 2003 Présences, Editions Desclée de Brower), a collection of tales (2003 La Rue des Canettes, Editions Desclée de Brower), and two collections of poems gathered in one volume (2004 Les Lieux communs / Le Présent de la Parole, Editions Melville).Filmography◘ Toutes les Nuits (also screenwriter, dialogist, actor; shot in 1999)◘ Le Nom du Feu (short; also screenwriter)◘ Le Monde vivant (also screenwriter, dialogist; France / Belgium)2004 ◘ Le Pont des Arts (also screenwriter, dialogist)2006 ◘ Les Signes (short; also screenwriter, dialogist)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.