Clémence Hébert was born in Cherbourg (Normandy) in 1979. Formed at INSAS, she devotes her first documentary, The Father's Boat (2010), to her father, who died in tragic circumstances. Then she studied anthropology. Immersion in several psychiatric institutions began a long process in the Institut La Porte Ouverte in Belgium. In preparation for a documentary film at the institute, she makes two short films, La porte ouverte (The Opened Door) and Drôle de pays (Funny country), both completed at the end of 2014.
- Drôle de pays (Funny Country), Doc, 24 minutes, HD, couleurs, 16/9, After Hours, Dérives et L'Institut La Porte Ouverte, 2014
- La porte ouverte, (The Opened Door) Doc, 20 minutes, HD, couleurs, 16/9, Dérives, 2014.
- The Sea of Men, (Doc, not finished yet)
- Walking Robin, 2012,(Music video, 5', Blues Control & Drag City)
- Le bateau du père (The Father's Boat), 78', CVB et Moviala, 2010.
- NORD (North), Doc, 55', CVB et Cinq heures moins dix asbl, 2005.
- Tagawa Hotel, Doc, 20', Cinqheuresmoinsdix asbl, 2005.
- Tout est Possible (Everything is possible), Doc, 22', Insas, 2004.
- Portrait d'un Snark (A Snark's Portrait), Doc, 12', 1997.