Frédéric Tcheng is a French-born filmmaker. Originally trained in civil engineering, he moved to New York City in 2002 to obtain a Masters of Fine Arts from Columbia University’s film school. He co-produced and co-edited Valentino: The Last Emperor, the 2009 hit shortlisted for the Best Documentary Oscar. He is the co-director of Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel, a Samuel Goldwyn release. Dior and I, his award-winning directorial debut, premiered at the Tribeca film festival in 2014. Frederic also signed the cinematography of Sarah Riggs' cine-poem Six Lives and Erika Frankel's King George.  He is currently developing several narrative features. 


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What is a film that everyone should see at least once? Frederic also signed the cinematography of Sarah Riggs' cine-poem Six Lives and Erika Frankel's King George.  He is currently developing several narrative features. 

What does documentary mean to you? Frederic also signed the cinematography of Sarah Riggs' cine-poem Six Lives and Erika Frankel's King George.  He is currently developing several narrative features. 

Advice for filmmakers: Frederic also signed the cinematography of Sarah Riggs' cine-poem Six Lives and Erika Frankel's King George.  He is currently developing several narrative features. 

What do you shoot on? Frederic also signed the cinematography of Sarah Riggs' cine-poem Six Lives and Erika Frankel's King George.  He is currently developing several narrative features. 


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Dior and I

Director, Writer, Producer

Dior and I brings the viewer inside the storied world of the Christian Dior fashion house with a privileged, behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Raf Simons’ first haute couture collection as its new artistic director


Halston

Director

HALSTON is a feature documentary capturing the epic sweep of the designer’s life and the decades he literally and figuratively shaped.