- Deslauriers, Guy
- (Aubagne, Bouches-du-Rhône, France - )During his secondary studies, he landed jobs as a trainee on movies shot in Fort-de-France, Martinique. In 1982, he was a trainee assistant director to Euzhan Palcy (Rue Cases Nègres / UK: Black Shack Alley / USA: Sugar Cane Alley). Having settled in Paris in 1983, he directed his first short in 1987 and occasionally worked as a second assistant director (1991 Plaisir d'Amour, Nelly Kaplan; 1992 Video Blues, Ârpâd Sopsits, Hungary).Filmography1987 ◘ Quiproquo (short)1989 ◘ Les Oubliés de la Liberté (medium-length)1992 ◘ Sorciers (documentary)1995 ◘ Raphaël Elizé (short)1996 ◘ L'Exil du Roi Behanzin (shot in 1992)2001 ◘ Passage du Milieu (shot in 1999)2004 ◘ BiguineTelevision Filmography◘ Femmes-Solitude (3 X 52' documentary)◘ Un Siècle d'Ecrivains (documentary; episode "Edouard Glissant")2001 ◘ La Tragédie de la Mangrove (short)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.