Eric Rohmer

Overview

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Éric Rohmer (French pronunciation: [eʁik ʁomɛʁ]; 20 March 1920 – 11 January 2010) was a French film director, film critic, journalist, novelist, screenwriter and teacher. A figure in the post-war New Wave cinema, he was a former editor of Cahiers du cinéma. Rohmer was the last of the French New Wave directors to become established. He worked as the editor of the Cahiers du cinéma periodical from 1957 to 1963, while most of his Cahiers colleagues – among them Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut – were beginning their careers and gaining international attention. René Schérer, a philosopher, is his brother and René Monzat, a journalist, is his son. Rohmer came to international attention around 1969 when his film Ma nuit chez Maud (My Night at Maud's) was nominated at the Academy Awards. He won the San Sebastián International Film Festival with Claire's Knee in 1971. In 2001, Rohmer received the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. His works were viewed by audiences around the world. He died of unspecified causes on 11 January 2010. In his obituary in The Daily Telegraph he was described as "the most durable film-maker of the French New Wave", outlasting his peers and "still making movies the public wanted to see" late in his career. Description above from the Wikipedia article Éric Rohmer, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Movies

Triple Agent
Director
Screenplay

Triple agent

The Lady and the Duke
Director
Scenario Writer
Writer

L'anglaise et le duc

A Tale of Winter
Director
Screenplay

Conte d'hiver

The Green Ray
Director
Scenario Writer

Le rayon vert

Perceval
Director
Scenario Writer

Perceval le Gallois

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