Bertrand Van Effenterre

Bertrand Van Effenterre (born 2 March 1946) is a French film director, screenwriter and producer. His film Tumultes was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

Bertrand Van Effenterre
Born (1946-03-02) 2 March 1946
Paris, France
OccupationFilm director, screenwriter, film producer
Years active1971–2014


Year Title Role Notes
1971 Perverse et docile Assistant director
1973 Le retour d'Afrique
1974 Erica Minor Director, Writer, Producer, Costume designer
& Production designer
My Little Loves Assistant director
1976 Duelle
1977 Une sale histoire Documentary
1979 Mais ou et donc Ornicar Director, Writer & Producer
1982 Contes modernes: A propos du travail Actor TV Movie
1982 Contes modernes: A propos du travail Actor TV Movie
1983 Le bâtard Director & Writer
Biquefarre Producer Documentary
1984 Côté coeur, côté jardin Director, Writer & Producer
1986 Double messieurs Producer & Production manager
1987 A Man in Love Production manager
1989 American Stories, Food, Family and Philosophy Executive producer
1990 Tumultes Director, Writer & Producer
Lacenaire Actor
1992 Maigret Director & Writer TV Series (2 Episodes)
1993 Poisson-lune
François Truffaut: Stolen Portraits Executive producer Documentary
1995 Une femme dans la tempête Director TV Movie
1996 Madame le proviseur Director & Writer TV Series (1 Episode)
1996-97 Madame le consul Director, Writer & Editor TV Series (2 Episodes)
1996-98 L'histoire du samedi Director & Writer TV Series (2 Episodes)
1998 Terminale Actor
2002 Le pont de l'aigle Director & Writer TV Movie
2003 Producer Short
2004 Tout pour l'oseille Director, Writer & Producer
A Common Thread Producer
Les Cordier, juge et flic Director TV Series (1 Episode)
2005-06 Commissaire Cordier TV Series (2 Episodes)
2006-07 Sauveur Giordano TV Series (3 Episodes)
2007 Paris enquêtes criminelles TV Series (4 Episodes)
2009-10 Sœur Thérè TV Series (2 Episodes)
2012 Quand les poules auront des dents TV Movie
2014 La clef des champs TV Movie


  1. "Festival de Cannes: Tumultes". Retrieved 8 August 2009.

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