Philippe Béziat adapted for the big screen Pelléas et Mélisande, Le chant des aveugles in 2009, Noces, Stravinsky / Ramuz in 2011 and Traviata et nous, an opera documentary about Jean-François Sivadier’s staging at the Aix-en-Provence Festival. He made many music documentaries for the TV, among them: De mémoire d’orchestres, a 2x43 minutes about the Orchestre national de France, 60 years of lyric art in Aix-en-Provence, and Le phénomène Quatre Saisons, all of them in collaboration with Christian Labrande. He also works regularly with Marc Minkowski, to whom he dedicated 5 films, Rinaldo Alessandrini for Vivaldi’s Gloria, the recording of The Brandenburg Concertos and, more recently, a children program called Antoine’s Four Seasons. He filmed performances such as La Pietra del Paragone by Rossini, or Pop’pea, a rock-opera inspired by Monteverdi, in productions by G.B. Corsetti and Pierrick Sorin, The Tales of Hoffman, staged by Robert Wilson, and also some concerts. He also signed many short-films such as Le JT Petit Opéra, inspired by Fearful Symmetries by John Adams, or Musica da camera, based on George Crumb’s compositions.