Director FRANCE

Alain CORNEAU

Alain CORNEAU
Biography

Born in Orléans in 1943, he is a jazz musician and graduate of IDHEC in directing and editing. He has worked as an assistant director for Costa-Gavras, Roger Corman, Nadine Trintignant, Marcel Bozuffi, Marcel Camus and Marcel Drach before directing the film, France Société Anonyme, in 1973. He then goes on to direct Police Python 357 ('75), La Menace ('77), Série Noire ('78), Le Choix des Armes ('81), Fort Saganne ('83), Le Môme ('86), Afghanistan Pays Interdit (made for television - '87), Nocturne Indien ('89), Tous les Matins du Monde ('91), Le Nouveau Monde ('95) and Le Cousin ('97).

Films presented at Cannes

Jury members
Member - Feature films - 1998
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Directors

Alf SJÖBERG

Alf SJÖBERG

Bahram ARK

Bahram ARK

Joachim LAFOSSE

Joachim LAFOSSE

Director
Jean DELANNOY

Jean DELANNOY

Director
Olivier ASSAYAS

Olivier ASSAYAS

Director
René CLÉMENT

René CLÉMENT

Director
Remo SCHERRER

Remo SCHERRER

Director
Sergueï EISENSTEIN

Sergueï EISENSTEIN

Woody ALLEN

Woody ALLEN

Director, Actor
Yarden LIPSHITZ LOUZ

Yarden LIPSHITZ LOUZ

Director
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