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Philippe Garrel

Philippe Garrel (born April 6, 1948) is a French director, cinematographer, screenwriter, editor and producer. Despite his disappointing start in cinema with his film Marie for Memory (1967), it was in 1982 that Garrel accesses critical acclaim. Not only does he receive the Prix Jean Vigo for L'Enfant secret, he subsequently receives several prestigious awards, from the Cannes Festival and the Venice Film Festival. After receiving an award in 2005, Garrel said: "I am a French independent filmmaker and I am proud that Italians recognize me. Italy is for me like a great university of cinema. " His works often deal with the theme of the disruptive youth of the 1960s, of which he was a part of. He has directed students of the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art where he teaches acting classes. He also staged, in his films several of his friends and family members.

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Apr 6, 1948 In Boulogne Billancourt, France
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First Appeared:
In the movie Anémone 1968-02-13
Latest Project:
Movie Zanzibar à Saint-Sulpice 1999-05-24
Known For
Movie Zanzibar à Saint-Sulpice Himself 1999-05-24
Movie Golem, l'esprit de l'exil Le Fiancé d'Opra 1992-09-24
Movie Emergency Kisses Mathieu 1989-05-31
Movie She Spent So Many Hours Under the Sun Lamps 1985-10-09
Movie The Secret Child Psychiatric patient 1982-12-02
Movie Le Bleu des origines 1979-02-21
Movie The Second Woman Himself 1978-01-01
Movie Cinématon N°193 1978-12-20
Movie Le Berceau de cristal 1976-05-18
Movie The Inner Scar Man / Devil 1972-02-02
Movie The Virgin's Bed Apostle 1971-02-26
Movie Anémone Philippe, le réalisateur 1968-02-13
Movie Home Movie: On the Set of Philippe Garrel's 'Le lit de la vierge' Himself 1968-12-31
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