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Voyage à travers le cinéma français

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Just as it is impossible for anyone but a poet to describe love, it is rare to find a cinephile who can find the right words to express their passion and where it comes from. Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier manages it, jumping from Renoir to Becker, from Vigo and his Atalante to Melville and Sautet, and from musicians to Jean Gabin. A touching exploration of a life devoted to cinema.

  • Documentary
  • France |
  • 2016 | 193 min. | Colour / black and white
  • Language: French
Cast & Crew
Jérôme Alméras
Julien Pamart
Simon Beaufils
Guy Lecorne
Marie Deroudille
Coulais Bruno
Olivier Do Huu
Marcel Carné
Jean-Paul Belmondo
Jacques Becker
Thierry Frémaux
Bertrand Tavernier
Production Company
Centre National de la Cinématographie (CNC)
Little Bear
Print Contact
Diagonal Gmbh
Martin Aeschbach
Bertrand Tavernier
France, 1941
1964 Les Baisers (first short)
1974 L’Horloger de Saint-Paul (awarded at Berlinale)
1984 Un Dimanche à la campagne (Best Director at Festival de Cannes)
1986 ‘Round Midnight (awarded at Mostra di Venezia)
1999 Ça commence aujourd’hui (awarded at Berlinale)
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Conception: By the way studio - Développement: Agence MiNT

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