Antoine DUQUESNE was born in Brussels un 1974. He studied films at INRACI. After his graduation, he worked as camera assistant on several projects. He also was operator on several short films, as Le Grand Vent which was selected at Semaine de la Critique in Cannes 2005.
He co-realised in 2008 Sans Lendemain whisky won best belgian short film in Mons Festival.
In 2009, il directed L’Abri, a pos-apocalyptic short film in a hotel room, without dialogues.
Délivre-moi, his third short film, won in 2013 the Audience Prize at the Festival Regarding Short Film in Saguenay, Quebec. Délivre-moi also won the RTBF-La Trois prize at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, before being shortlisted for the 4th Magritte Film Ceremony.
He is currently writing the screenplay for Next Stop, a thriller that explores the arcana of the theater system and politics.