Jean Renoir was a French director and screenwriter, who was born in Paris September 15, 1894 and who died in Beverly Hills, on February 12, 1979. He is the youngest son of the impressionist painter Auguste Renoir.
Renoir will have in turn directed silent pictures, talking pictures, black and white and colour, shooting in France after meeting Pierre Braunberger, in the United States from 1940 and finally in Europe from 1952 onwards. Icon of the poetic realism movement his cinema will later insufflate the French new wave and all of modern cinema.
TONICannes Classics, 2019Director, Screenplay
LA MARSEILLAISECannes Classics, 2015Director, Screenplay
LA CHIENNECannes Classics, 2014Director
BOUDU SAUVE DES EAUXCannes Classics, 2010Director, Screenplay
LA FILLE DE L’EAUCannes Classics, 2005Production Design, Director, Screenplay
THE RIVERCannes Classics, 2005Director, Screenplay
LA MARSEILLAISERestored prints, 2003Director
PARTIE DE CAMPAGNEIn Competition - Short Films, 1946Actor, Director