Dominique Dubosc

Dominique Dubosc After getting his diploma in ethnography and psychology in 1965, started working as a photographer. He taught social anthropology, directed short films, taught the history of syndicalism, and was a television director. Since 1987, he has been teaching cinema at Middlebury College and Columbia University. An award winning French filmmaker who has been making films since 1968. He has a great interest in Palestine and it’s history, which can be found in Dominque’s extensive filmography of over forty works. Some of his notable films are ‘Lip or A taste of collective action’ (1977), ‘Palestine Palestine’ (2002) and Paraguay Remembered (2015).

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