Guy-Roger Duvert

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Guy-Roger Duvert
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Paris, France
EducationDegree in political sciences
Alma mater
  • University of Strasbourg
  • ESSEC business school
  • Film music composer
  • Film director
  • Author
Years active2002-present
Known forKnown for his sci-fi feature film Virtual Revolution

Guy-Roger Duvert is a French film music composer, film director and author.

Born and raised in Paris, France, after studies of political sciences in Strasbourg, and at the business school ESSEC[1] he started a career as a film music composer.[2] The first feature film he scored, Les Yeux Secs by Narjiss Nejjar, was nominated at the Cannes Festival, at the Quinzaine des Realisateurs.[3]

While keeping active as a composer, he also developped an activity as a film director.[4] He is mostly known for his sci-fi feature film Virtual Revolution, released internationally in 2016, starring Mike Dopud, Jane Badler, Jochen Hägele and Maximilien Poullein.[5][6][7]

Duvert made his debut as a novelist in 2019, with the release in France of Outsphere, which won one of the French Amazon awards that year, called Plumes Francophones.[8][9]

He now lives in West Hollywod, California, U.S.


  • Outsphere (2019)
  • Outsphere 2 (2020)
  • Backup (2020)
  • Virtual Revolution 2046 (2020)[10]

In the media



  1. "Rencontres inspirantes : Guy Roger Duvert – De la finance à la composition de musique et la production de film, un parcours pas comme les autres".
  2. "Guy-Roger Duvert Archives". Behind The Audio.
  3. "Les Yeux secs". Directors' Fortnight.
  4. "Guy-Roger Duvert". AlloCiné.
  5. "'Virtual Revolution': Film Review". The Hollywood Reporter.
  6. "VIRTUAL REVOLUTION World Premiere - Cyberpunk Sci-Fi Tech Noir Film by Guy-Roger Duvert |". May 25, 2016.
  7. "Guy-Roger Duvert – "Virtual Revolution" | Culturopoing".
  8. "Amazon dévoile les lauréats des Plumes Francophones 2019".
  9. "Guy-Roger Duvert".
  10. " : guy-roger duvert".

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