Actor FRANCE

Daniel AUTEUIL

Daniel AUTEUIL

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Biography

Star of stage and screen Daniel Auteuil first achieved success with Jean de Florette (César for Best Actor) and Manon des sources by Claude Berri in 1986. There followed a succession of 80 roles alongside the greats, Claude Sautet’s Un coeur en hiver, André Téchiné’s My Favorite Season, Patrice Chéreau’s Queen Margot and Christian Vincent’s La Séparation, picking up Best Male Actor in 1996 at Cannes for The Eighth Day by Jaco Van Dormael. Since then his major performances have included Patrice Leconte’s Girl on the Bridge (César for Best Actor), The Adversary by Nicole Garcia, 36th Precinct by Olivier Marchal, Hidden by Michael Haneke, Le Placard by Francis Veber and more recently Christian Duguay’s Jappeloup. He stepped behind the camera to direct La Fille du puisatier in 2009, and has just finished Marius et Fanny, an adaptation of the work by Marcel Pagnol.

Films presented at Cannes

Awards

LE HUITIÈME JOUR
LE HUITIÈME JOUR 1996 Award for Best Actor ((tied)) Actor
Jury members
Member - Feature films - 2013
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Directors

Bonni COHEN

Bonni COHEN

Carol REED

Carol REED

Ingmar BERGMAN

Ingmar BERGMAN

Jafar PANAHI

Jafar PANAHI

Jodie FOSTER

Jodie FOSTER

Director
Olivier ASSAYAS

Olivier ASSAYAS

Director
Rithy PANH

Rithy PANH

Director
Richard LESTER

Richard LESTER

Director
Shohei IMAMURA

Shohei IMAMURA

Todd HAYNES

Todd HAYNES

Director
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