Charlotte Dupré



Photo Kat Manzuela

"Cinematography is not meant to be seen, it is meant to be felt. It is all about emotions, all about making an audience feel the story."
𑁋 Charlotte Dupré

Born In Bogota (Colombia), Charlotte (pronoun : They/Them) is a multicultural French queer, Non-Binary cinematographer based in New York.

Their latest work What does not float, a feature film directed by Luca Balser starring and produced by Pauline Chalamet had its theatrical release in fall 2023 in selected theater in the US.

Queer Sex Ed an It Gets Better  youtube web series won the Webby award and the people voice Webby award in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (Series & Channels) in 2023

Their narrative works includes Sparring Partner directed by JJ Kandel  and starring Cecily Strong premiered at Tribeca in New York (USA) in 2022. Their first feature film Fairytale, directed by Eli Hershko, premiered at the Beverly Hills Film Festival (USA), and got awarded for best director and best actress in a feature film is now available on Tubi and freevee.

Charlotte's documentary work include Vice special report: Out Loud | Big Freedia Presents : Young queer artists to look out for, that is a Nominee for the 35th Glaad Media Awards.

Charlotte is a member of ICF+C.       

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