When Michael PetersonFor the murder, gets indicted ofHis wife Kathleen PetersonHBO Max’s crime series ‘The Staircase,’ the novelist permits a documentary crew from FranceTo film his life and the legal proceedings. Jean-XavierThe director ofThe documentary, captures Michael’s private and personal engagements, his trial, and the significant developments that happen in the case. InReality, as shown on the show Jean-Xavier AKA Jean-Xavier de Lestrade’s documentary series, titled ‘Soupçons’ AKA ‘The Staircase,’ became a significant part of Michael’s life. IfYou are curious about whereabouts right now of the director, here’s everything you need to know!
Who is Jean-Xavier?
Jean-Xavier de LestradeWas born on July1, 1963 Mirande, France. In the ‘90s, JeanHe was a TV movie producer. He started to direct ‘The Staircase’ after winning an Academy AwardFor Best Documentary Feature for ‘MurderOn a Sunday Morning.’ TheInitial plans for a HBO documentary of two hours were made by the director. It would revolve around the murder. of Kathleen Peterson. HeAttracted by the chance to learn more Michael Peterson as a “strong character.” JeanIt seemed that everyone was captured on film. MichaelAt the time. HeInterview with multiple people associated with MichaelIncludes Michael’s lawyer David Rudolf.
EvenHe refused to film any of the major developments that were related to the case because of some hiccups. InitiallyThe director interviewed the then-DA. Jim HardinADA Freda Black. HoweverThe prosecution decided against associating. JeanPlease see the documentary. JeanHad to cancel the original plan ofAfter filming hundreds, he produced a documentary lasting two hours. ofHours of footage. With800 hours ofMaterial was the right option he had in his front ofHe wanted to make the project a docuseries.
The first eight episodes ofThe first two docuseries were released back in 2004, and the third and fourth in 2013. The final three were released in 2018. Jean’s docuseries not only captured Michael’s trial but also was used in the trial by the defense when MichaelIn 2011, the appeal was launched. InAn interview conducted in 2018. Michael described the docuseries as a “powerful instrument” that apparently played a part in overturning his conviction.
Where is Jean-Xavier Now?
Jean-Xavier de Lestrade isCurrently one ofThe most famous directors in the French television industry. InHe is also a producer and writer. AfterThe 2004 initial release of ‘The Staircase,’ he went on to direct several projects partially or completely, which include ‘Welcome Home,’ ‘Three Times Manon,’ ‘Malaterra,’ and ‘Manon, 20 Years.’ In 2013, his ‘The Staircase II: The Last Chance’ was released. He isThe director is also available. of HBO’s ‘Laetitia.’
Currently, Jean isWorking on the second season of the series ‘The Inside Game,’ which he created with Antoine Lacomblez. He is a co-executive producer of HBO Max’s ‘The Staircase,’ executive producer of ‘Trial 4,’ and producer of ‘The Inside Game.’ In2011 he joined a production firm named What’s UpFilms and remains a Member ofThe team ofThe company is located in Paris, France. Jean isCurrently the President of Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs Dramatiques(SACD AKA Society of Dramatic AuthorsAnd Composers), a Frenchperforming society responsible for performance rights of several artists. TheDirector has chosen to keep their relationship private.
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