Nick Louvel, American filmmaker, died at 34

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Nick Louvel, born on January 15, 1981 in Santa Monica, California, and died on September 24, 2015 in a traffic collision.

He is known for his work on Domino One 2005, The Uncondemned 2015 and The Thomas Crown Affair 1999.

Nick , who was to premiere his documentary The Uncondemned at the Hamptons Film Festival, died Thursday.

According to the East Hampton Star, Nick was traveling north on Route 114 when his car crossed over to the southbound lane, left the road and struck several trees.

He was pronounced dead at Stony Brook University Hospital.

Nick’s documentary The Uncondemned, which he co-directed with Michele Mitchell, focused on the first trial to prosecute rape as a war crime.

The winner of the 2015 Brizzolara Family Foundation Award for a Film of Conflict and Resolution, The Uncondemned is scheduled to premiere at the Hamptons Film Festival on Oct. 9.

Born in Santa Monica on Jan. 15, 1981, Nick studied English at Harvard and completed the Sight and Sound summer program at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

He was a producer on several video shorts, an editor for such projects as the TV documentary Haiti: Where Did the Money Go (2012) and a production assistant on The Thomas Crown Affair (1999) and TV series Black Scorpion.

He also was the director of photography for the short Bridge (2009), which won the Audience Award at New York’s Blackout Film Festival.


Nick and Michele on THE UNCONDEMNED from Film@11 on Vimeo.