I Killed Vincent

Director: Jean-Luc Blanchet
Narrative short
Historical Fiction | France | 14 min
French w/ english subtitles
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Did Van Gogh really kill himself? On his deathbed a man confessed that as a teenager he had shot Van Gogh. Extensive research by Steven Naifeh and Gregory White concur: Vincent’s death was a homicide. 


Screens in Shorts Program: Life’s Journey

Thursday, June 27, 2019 5:30 PM
Shorts Program: Life’s Journey (Kingsley Rm #2)
The Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel

Shorts Program: Life’s Journey (Kingsley Rm #2)

Thursday, June 27, 2019 5:30 PM

The Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel

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Director’s bio:

Jean-Luc Blanchet was born in 1948.  In his youth he experimented with several trades including rock musician to finance his artistic studies. For several years he taught the visual arts and constructed sets for theater and cinema. He has written three novels, directed and produced three feature films, and has worked for French National Television filming documentaries. Every August he produces a film festival “A Screen in the Trees” (L’écran dans les arbres) that brings together filmmakers, independent producers and audiences to watch films under the stars  (the screen literally in the trees!) In a campground on the coast of France.