Robert Oxton Bolt

Robert Oxton Bolt, OBE (I Salé, Cheshire, in August of 1924 – Petersfield, Hampshire, 21 February 1995) was a writer and screenwriter British winner of two Academy Awards.

His best-known work is A man for all seasons, about the conflict between Sir Thomas more and the King of England Henry VIII in the 16th century due to the divorce of Catherine of Aragon, her subsequent marriage to Anne Boleyn and reform religious Anglican. This work, winner of two Tony Awards, has been adapted into the film twice.

Youth and training

Son of a merchant of modest condition, attended manchester grammar school, to then work for an insurance Agency. After his service during World War II, he joined Manchester University, where he graduated in history, after passing a course at the University of Exeter. He was Professor in College public Millfield in Devon, Somerset to thirty-three years.

During this time he wrote a dozen radio dramas, whose success encouraged him to write his first play, flowering cherry, released in 1958 with Celia johnson and Ralph richardson as protagonists. After this work he devoted himself exclusively to the theatre and cinema.

Playwright

In 1960, two of his works, The Tiger and the Horse and A Man for All Seasons were premiered in London. The latter work has been represented over 320 times.

The majority of his works deal with the conflict between individual consciousness, society and the authority. His protagonists are rebels to the majority opinion.

Other works are the last of the wine (1956), The Critic and the Heart (1957), both for the radio, gentle Jack (1963) the thwarting of baron bolligrew (1964), Vivat! Vivat Regina! (1971) and state of revolution (1977).

Screenwriter

For its prolific theatrical work, Bolt is probably most remembered for his work as a screenwriter for film and television, especially for his work with director David Lean. He also directed a film, Lady caroline lamb, in 1972.

As screenwriter participated in:

* Lawrence of Arabia (screenplay with Michael Wilson) (1962).

* Doctor Zhivago (1965): Academy Award for best adapted screenplay.

* A Man for All Seasons (1966): Academy Award for best adapted screenplay.

* Ryan Daughter (1970).

* Lady Caroline Lamb (1972).

* The Bounty (1984).

* The Mission (1986) (originally published as a novel).

* A Man for All Seasons (1988).

* Without Warning: The James Brady Story (1991) (for television).

His scripts of Lawrence of Arabia and A Man for All Seasons they were criticized as too focused on the person of the protagonist and not in the overall context of the character, but both films were a success of audience.

Bolt won two Academy Awards and two BAFTA Awards and was nominated for many others.

Clive Barker

Clive Barker (Liverpool, England, on 5 October 1952) is a writer, film director and visual artist. He studied English and philosophy at the University of Liverpool.

Barker is one of the most acclaimed writers of horror and fantasy, starting with writing of horror at the beginning of his career, collected in the series Blood books (books of blood), and the novel Faustian curses book (The damnation game). Then moved towards the modern fantasy with touches of horror genre.[ 1 ] The most characteristic style of Barker is the idea that there is an underlying, hidden world that co-exists with our (an idea shared with neil gaiman), the role of sexuality in the supernatural and the construction of mythologies consistent, complex and detailed.

When Blood books was published in the United States in a cheap Edition, originality, intensity and quality of the stories made the popular author stephen King said Barker: “I have seen the future of horror and its name is Clive Barker” (to paraphrase a famous phrase said Bruce Springsteen beginning).

Barker in cinema

Barker has a great interest in the production film, while his works have had different receptions. The most successful was Hellraiser, in 1987, based on his novel the hellbound heart. His first films, the shorts the forbidden (1973) and Salome (1978), are films experimental elements surrealists, who again relanzadas with a moderate acceptance of criticism. After his film night races (Nightbreed, 1990), based on his story Cabal and is considered by most as a failure, Barker returned to writing and directing for The Lord of illusions (Lord of illusions, 1995).

A short story in his book In the Flesh, called the forbidden, originated the Candyman dock and its two sequels. It has also produced the film gods and monsters (Gods and monsters, 1998), which received critical praise.

In 2008 the director Japanese ryuhei kitamura led screens movie midnight meat train, with a screenplay by Jeff buhler and based on the tale of the same name by Barker, who also served as producer. 2009 Adapted 2 stories pertaining to Books of blood and jerusalem street in a single movie, but it was not very successful.

Barker is currently working on the adaptation of his books the Arabat quartet, under the management of Disney and a film based on his line of dolls Tortured Souls, mcfarlane toys. The latest adaptation of his Dread story already made, garnering positive reviews.

Barker and cartoon

There have been many works adapted Barker play either inspire her to continue telling stories based on the universes created by him.

The works of Barker in comics published by marvel comics Epic label include series such as Hellraiser, Nightbreed (night race), Pinhead, the harrowers, Book of the Damned and Jihad. Eclipse comics has published also numerous works such as tapping the vein, Dread, Son of celluloid, Revelations, the life of death, rawhead rex and the yattering and Jack; and dark horse comics, the mini-series Primal.

Being a fan of the comic, Barker achieved his dream of publishing their own superhero comics when marvel comics released Razorline in 1993. Based on his detailed assumptions and their characters, four interrelated, titles out of the Marvel Universe, were Ectokid (first written by James Robinson and then by the future co-creator of Matrix larry wachowski, Steve Skroce drawings), Hokum & Hex (written by Frank lovece, with drawings by Anthony williams), Hyperkind (written by Fred Burke with Paris Cullins art) and saint sinner (written by elaine Lee, with art by Max Douglas). Barker 2002 telefilm called saint sinner has no relationship with the comic.

Since 2005, idw publishing has published several adaptations to comic works as his child novel “The thief of days” (the thief of always) by Kris Oprisko and Gabriel Hernández, or the adaptation of “The big secret show” (the great and secret show), by Chris Ryall and Gabriel Rodriguez. In 2009, IDW published comic Seduth, with 3-D effects

Video games

Clive Barker’s Undying was developed by electronic arts and was released in 2001 Valentine’s day. The game takes place in an old mansion where paranormal events are taking place.

Clive Barker’s Jericho was released on October 23, 2007 as history’s most terrifying video game along the lines of the writer, who design full characters and scenarios, giving the game of the series better achieved in the world of video games.

Bibliography

* Books of blood 1 (books of blood I, 1984), Ed. planet, col. Fabula, 1986. ISBN 84-320-4661-2. Reissue: Martínez Roca pocket, 1994. ISBN 978-84-270-1895-2.

* Bloody books 2 (books of blood ii, 1984). Ed. planet, col. fable, 1987. ISBN 84-320-4675-2. Reissue: Martínez Roca pocket, 1994. ISBN 978-84-270-1896-9.

* Books of blood 3 (books of blood iii, 1984). Ed. planet, col. fable, 1987. ISBN 84-320-4684-1. Reissue: Martínez Roca pocket, 1995. ISBN 978-84-270-1897-6.

* Blood (books of blood iv / books of blood V, 1985). Ed. Martínez Roca, col. Super great Terror, 1987. Reissue: Martínez Roca pocket, 1993. ISBN 978-84-270-1786-3.

* Blood 2 (books of blood V, 1985). Ed. Martínez Roca, col. Super great Terror, 1988. ISBN 84-270-1200-4. Reissue: Martínez Roca pocket, 1993. ISBN 978-84-270-1786-3.

* The game of curses (The damnation game, 1985). Versal editions, 1987. ISBN 84-86311-70-5. Reissue: Ideas factory, 2008. ISBN 978-84-9800-370-3.

* Sortilegio (Weaveworld, 1987). Plaza and Janés, 1988. ISBN 84-01-32271-5. Reissue: Plaza and Janés Jet, 1994. ISBN 978-84-01-46511-6.

* Cabal (Cabal, 1988). Plaza and Janés, 1989. ISBN 84-01-32308-8. Reissue: Plaza and Janés Jet, 1994. ISBN 978-84-01-46512-3. Reissue: Circle of readers, col. Chamber of Terror, 2000. ISBN: 978-84-226-8333-9.

* The big secret show (the great and secret show, 1989). Plaza and Janés, 1991. ISBN 84-01-32368-1. Reissue: Plaza and Janés Jet, 1994. ISBN 978-84-01-46513-0.

* The thief of days (the thief of always, 1992). Ediciones Grijalbo, 1993. ISBN 84-253-2597-8. Reissue: Grijalbo, 1993. isbn 84-253-2226-X.

* Hellraiser (the hellbound heart, 1991). Ideas factory, col. Solaris Terror 2005 ISBN 978-84-9800-149-5. Reissue the factory of Ideas, Ideas 2008 Pocket. ISBN 978-84-9800-392-5.

* Imajica: The fifth domain (Imagica volume I, 1991). Ideas factory, 2006 ISBN 978-84-9800-245-4.

* Imajica: Reconciliation (Imagica volume II, 1991). Ideas factory, 2006 ISBN 978-84-9800-260-7.

* Daemon book (mister B. gone, 2007). Ideas factory, 2009 ISBN 978-84-9800-480-9.

Paul William Scott Anderson

Paul William Scott Anderson (b. 4 March 1965), better known as Paul w. S. Anderson is a director, screenwriter and film producer British specializes in science fiction [ 1 ] films and regarded as one of the creators of the genre of films based on video games.

Biography

Anderson debuted in the direction to Shopping (Shopping: shopping), film 1994 with jason isaacs, jude law, Sean bean, Sean pertwee, sadie frost, fraser James in the cast.

Soldier (1998), starring jason isaacs, kurt russell and connie nielsen, tells the story of a soldier veteran that has become obsolete after the creation of a new race of warriors.

resident evil, feature film based on the game It was released in 2002 self-titled and it began a series of films that Anderson has remained as a writer and/or producer, and, to date, has given four films. For this film director stated have been imprisoned for two months to play the game and thus to soak up history, even forcing the rest of the team to do the same.[ 4 ] It Alice (Milla jovovich) and Rain (Michelle Rodriguez) are part of the command for entering the Umbrella Corporation to investigate to take control of the scientific station La Colmena.

resident evil sequel titled Resident Evil: Apocalypse, and returned to be starring Milla jovovich, will have to return to deal with the living dead, but also against the Umbrella Corporation.

Obsessed with Alien child in 2004 released AVP: Alien vs.. Predator (Alien vs.. predatory, Alien vs.) Predator), film faces two breeds aliénigenas in a pyramid buried in the snow of Antarctica. Starring Sanaa lathan, raoul bova and Lance henriksen, the film was shot in Prague (Czech Republic).

In the latest installment of the resident evil trilogy Resident Evil: extinction, russell mulcahy took the reins of leadership, while Anderson kept as a screenwriter.[ 8 ] In this third adventure Alice (Jovovich) joins to the army of Carlos Oliveira (oded fehr) and L.J. (Mike epps).

Father of a girl named Ever, born on November 3, 2007, after four years of courtship with the model, actress and Ukrainian Milla jovovich, who led in resident evil.[ 10 ] [ 11 ] Married year and half later, 22 August 2008, at his home in beverly hills.

The last film by Anderson was a remake of the David carradine and sylvester stallone film Death Race 2000 (deadly career, death race 2000, year 2000 death race). Titled death race, her premiered the 21 of September of 2008. Set in the not too distant future, where the reality shows have become bloody spectacles in which the opponents fight to death. There were actors jason statham, ian mcshane, tyrese gibson and Joan allen.

2010 September 10 was the date chosen for the premiere of Resident Evil: Afterlife, [ 14 ] the fourth film in the series that, once again, Anderson repeated as a screenwriter.

Filmography

Director

Main category: Films directed by Paul W.S. Anderson

* 2010: Resident Evil: Afterlife (Resident Evil: d’Outre-Tombe, Resident Evil 4: Resurrection).

* 2008: death race (deadly career, death race).

* 2004: AVP: Alien vs.. Predator (Alien vs.. predatory, Alien vs.) Predator).

* 2002: resident evil (damn host).

* 2000: the sight (the more nightmares beyond, compulsion) (TV movie).

* 1998: Soldier.

* 1997: event horizon (horizon final).

* 1995: Mortal kombat (Mortal Kombat: the movie).

* 1994: Shopping (Shopping: shopping).

Producer

* 2011: Castlevania.

* 2010: Resident Evil: Afterlife.

* 2009: Pandorum.

* 2008: death race (deadly career, death race).

* 2007: Resident Evil: Extinction (Resident Evil 3: extinction, Resident evil – extinction).

* 2006: DOA: Dead or Alive.

* 2005: the dark (the darkness).

* 2004: Resident Evil: Apocalypse (Resident evil 2: Apocalypse, City of the Living Dead, Resident evil: the Apocalypse).

* 2002: resident evil (damn host).

* 2000: the sight (the more nightmares beyond, compulsion) (TV movie).

[Edit] Screenwriter

* 2011: Castlevania.

* 2010: Resident Evil: Afterlife.

* 2008: death race (deadly career, death race).

* 2007: Resident Evil: Extinction (Resident Evil 3: extinction, Resident evil – extinction).

* 2004: Resident Evil: Apocalypse (Resident evil 2: Apocalypse, City of the Living Dead, Resident evil: the Apocalypse).

* 2004: AVP: Alien vs.. Predator (Alien vs.. predatory, Alien vs.) Predator).

* 2002: resident evil (damn host).

* 2000: the sight (the more nightmares beyond, compulsion) (TV movie).

* 1994: Shopping (Shopping: shopping).

* 1990: The C.I.D. (television series).

[Edit] References

1. ↑ “‘I think the fans were eager to see ‘alien’ on Earth'”. Country (17/11/2004). Accessed September 23, 2009.

2. ↑ Gregorio Belinchón (4/5/2007). «Tales of yesterday and today». The country. Accessed September 3, 2009.

3. ↑ ‘ Soldier ‘. 20 Minutes. Accessed September 3, 2009.

4. ↑ Elsa Fernández-Santos (27/06/2003). «Milla Jovovich is transformed into the ferocious heroine of a video game». The country. Accessed September 3, 2009.

5. ↑ Cote Villar (27/6/2002). «Video games attacked the film». The world. Accessed September 23, 2009.

6. ↑ ‘ Resident Evil: Apocalypse». 20 Minutes. Accessed September 3, 2009.

7. ↑ M. Marín (19/11/2004). “Make good sequels is as difficult as shooting a film”. The country. Accessed September 3, 2009.

8. ↑ ‘ Resident Evil: extinction». 20 Minutes. Accessed September 3, 2009.

9. ↑ S. Rueda (8/16/2007). «First pictures of Resident Evil 3, with a more lethal than ever Milla Jovovich». 20 Minutes. Accessed September 3, 2009.

10. ↑ ‘ Milla Jovovich has been mother ‘. 20 Minutes (5/11/2007). Accessed September 3, 2009.

11. ↑ «Pregnant Milla Jovovich» Country (25/4/2007). Accessed September 3, 2009.

12. ↑ DPA (23/8/2009) «Milla Jovovich married Paul Anderson». The country. Accessed September 3, 2009.

13. ↑ “Death race (the race of death) ‘. 20 Minutes. Accessed September 3, 2009.

14. ↑ “Release dates for Resident Evil: Afterlife». IMDb. Retrieved September 15, 2010.

15. ↑ C. Rull (3/7/2009). «Resident Evil 4 will arrive in theaters in 2010». 20 Minutes. Accessed September 3, 2009.

Eric Ambler

Eric Ambler (London, United Kingdom, June 28, 1909 – 22 October 1998 was a British novel.) He was also a screenwriter and film producer

Biography

Eric Ambler had a happy childhood according to his own autobiography (Here Lies: An Autobiography, 1985) in which narrates with humor and modesty part of life that will become master of the new novel of espionage. In 1928 he received his engineering degree, but prefers to devote to advertising, profession exercised until the end of the Second World War and alternates with the novel. Between 1936 and 1940, he wrote six novels of espionage will become classics.

(Once drafted, remain in the British army for six years, serving in the battalions of film propaganda, writing scripts and making films in battle, places where known to john huston). After the war the American adventure in Hollywood try without success. Write some scripts, but shortly after he returned to the novel.

He decides to return to Europe in 1958. He continued to write novels until 1981.

Eric Ambler contribution will be essential to raise thriller to noble literature category. The novel will be the genus preferred by Ambler, since it allowed him to express his political opinions, although it will never fall into the illusions of utopias. His characters are ordinary people, often to spies without it, anti-heroes find forces exceeding by far. Often Ambler uses his business experience and his training as an engineer to verisimilitude their stories using a very British sense of humour and an inimitable writing style.

Bibliography

* 1936 – Gloomy borders (“The dark frontier”)

* 1937 – uncommon danger

* 1938

o Epitaph for a spy (“Epitaph for a spy”)

o Cause for alarm (“Cause for alarm”)

* 1939

o The mask of Dimitrios (“The mask of Dimitrios”). Film adaptation of Jean negulesco in 1944

o The Army of the Shadows

* 1940 – Journey to fear (“Journey into fear”). Norman foster Istanbul film in 1943.

* 1950 – Skytip

* 1951

o Process Delchev (“Judgment on Deltchev”)

o Aim to Danger

* 1953

o Case Schirmer (“The Schimer inheritance”)

o The Maras Affair

* 1954 – Charter to Danger

* 1956 – Twilight visitors (“The night-comers”)

* 1958 – Passport to Panic

* 1959 – Traffickers of weapons (“passage of arms”)

* 1962 – The daylight (“The Light of Day”). 1964 Topkapi of jules dassin film

* 1963 – Know kill (“The Ability to Kill: And Other Pieces”)

* 1964 – New rage (“A Kind of Anger”)

* 1967 – A dirty history (“Dirty story”)

* 1969 – Conspiracy Intercom (“The Intercom conspiracy”)

* 1972 – Blackmail in the East (“The Levanter”)

* 1974 – Dr. Frigo

* 1976 – Do not send more Roses (“send no more roses”)

* 1981 – Elapsed time (“The care of time”)

* 1985 – Memories (“Here Lies: An Autobiography”)

Filmography

Screenwriter

* 1943: the new Lot, directed by Carol reed

* 1944: The way ahead, directed by Carol reed

* 1947: the october Man, directed by roy ward baker

* 1949: Passionate friends (The passionate friends), directed by David Lean

* 1950: Secret weapons (highly dangerous), directed by roy ward baker

* 1951: The magic box, directed by john boulting

* 1951: Encore, directed by harold french

* 1952: The card, directed by Ronald neame

* 1953: the Cruel Sea, directed by Charles frend

* 1953: rough shoot, directed by Robert parrish

* 1954: The purple plain, directed by Robert parrish

* 1954: lease of life, directed by Charles frend

* 1957: Yangtze Incident: The Story of HMS amethyst, based on the Yangtze incident, directed by Michael anderson

* 1958: The last night of the Titanic (A night to remember), directed by roy ward baker

* 1959: The lost ship mystery (The wreck of the Mary Deare), directed by Michael anderson

* 1962: Rebellion aboard (Mutiny on the Bounty), directed by Lewis milestone

* 1971: love hate love (TV), directed by George mccowan

Producer

* 1947: the october Man, directed by roy ward baker

* 1949: Passionate friends (The passionate friends), directed by David Lean

Claude Zidi

Claude Zidi es un director y guionista francés nacido el 25 de julio de 1934 en París. Estudió técnica cinematografica en l’Ecole Louis Lumière desde 1953 hasta 1955.

Biography

His parents are of Algerian origin, Claude Zidi initially received training as a chief operator in l’École Louis Lumière in Paris.[ 1 ] After a short career as a cinematographer, the first successes of Claude Zidi are a comedy troupe movies converted in stars les Charlots: les Bidasses in folie in 1971, Les Bidasses s’ in guerre vont in 1974. Wheel Coluche and Louis de funès in 1976 in Aile ou the Cuisse, Louis de Funès and Annie Girardot in 1978 in the zizanie Coluche et in 1981 in inspecteur La bavure. Irecibe a Caesar by Les ripoux in 1984 and later make Ripoux contre ripoux (1990), La Totale! (1991), Profil bas (1993), Arlette (1997) et Asterix and Obelix take on Caesar in 1999.

Es uno de los directores francéses de mayor éxito, junto con: Gérard Oury, Jean Girault, Georges Lautner y Claude Lelouch.

Filmography

* 1971 : Les Bidasses en folie

* 1972 : Les Fous du stade

* 1973 : Le Grand Bazar

* 1974 : Les Bidasses s’en vont en guerre

* 1974 : La Moutarde me monte au nez

* 1976 : La Course à l’échalote

* 1976 : L’Aile ou la Cuisse

* 1977 : L’Animal

* 1978 : La Zizanie

* 1979 : Bête mais discipliné

* 1980 : Les Sous-doués

* 1980 : Inspecteur la Bavure

* 1982 : Les Sous-doués en vacances

* 1983 : Banzaï

* 1984 : Les Ripoux

* 1985 : Les Rois du gag

* 1987 : Association de malfaiteurs

* 1989 : Deux

* 1989 : Ripoux contre ripoux

* 1991 : La Totale !

* 1993 : Profil bas

* 1997 : Arlette

* 1999 : Astérix et Obélix contre César

* 2001 : La Boîte

* 2003 : Ripoux 3

Datos y cifras

Movie   Year       Cifras mundiales

Astérix et Obélix contre César    1999       9.090.000 entradas

Les Bidasses in folie        1971       7.460.000 entries

Les Ripoux          1984       5.880.000 entries

Aile ou the Cuisse            1976       5.840.000 entries

Les Fous du stade            1972       5.740.000 entries

Banzaï   1982       4.480.000 entries

Les Bidasses s’ in vont guerre     1974       4.150.000 tickets

Les Sous-doués                1980       3.980.000 entries

Le Grand Bazar 1973       3.910.000 entries

Inspecteur la Bavure      1980       3.700.000 entradas

La Moutarde me monte au nez                 1974       3.700.000 entradas

Les Sous-doués en vacances       1981       3.570.887 entradas

L’Animal               1977       3.160.000 entradas

La Course à l’échalote    1975       2.960.000 entradas

Ripoux contre ripoux      1989       2.900.000 entradas

La Zizanie             1978       2.790.000 entradas

Association de malfaiteurs           1987       1.940.000 entradas

La Totale              1991       1.600.000 entradas

Les Rois du gag 1985       1.510.000 entradas

Ripoux 3               2003       800.000 entradas

Bête mais discipliné        1979       684.516 entradas

Ferdinand Zecca

Ferdinand Zecca (19 de febrero 1864, París – 23 de marzo de 1947, Saint-Mandé) fue un cineasta francés, director, productor, actor y guionista. Principal director de la Pathé-Frères, la productora de cine más importante del mundo antes de la Primera Guerra Mundial.

Biography

Ferdinand Zecca nace entre artistas del espectáculo. Su padre es director de un café-concierto y sus hermanos actores. El propio Ferdinand Zecca llegará a ser actor y director del espectáculo. En los orígenes del cine mudo, en 1899, se interesará por las posibilidades del sonido. Realiza para Pathé una primera película sonora, El melómano mudo, acompañando la proyección con el sonido de un gramófono. Luego, para Gaumont, realiza Fechorías de una cabeza de ternera.

Ferdinand Zecca regresa definitivamente a Pathé en 1900. En la Exposición Universal de París, donde la empresa cinematográfica tiene su caseta, conoce a Charles Pathé, que lo contrata como realizador. Acumula los distintos puestos técnicos: actor, guionista, decorador, operador de cámara y director.

Su primer éxito como realizador es Historia de un crimen. La obra contiene el un interesante flash-back. Crime which condemned the death recalls in his last moments. The success of this film is international and gets high visibility for the Pathé.

In 1902, begins the filming of the passion of our Lord Jesus Christ who will not come to the screens until 1905. The triumph of the film is fulminant. Pathé begins an irresistible ascent. Zecca will promote very quickly to the artistic direction of Pathé, overseeing the work of new directors (Gaston Velle, Georges Hatot, Louis Gasnier…). His filmography is difficult, therefore, establish that his role was variable in some films that could be allocated. Zecca rehearses from “reconstituted today” (President McKinley assassination) and films of tricks (impossible bath), two representatives of common genres of the time, until the social drama (the black country, The strike), or fairy tales (Sleeping in the forest, The Puss in boots).

Su filmografía muy variada pide reelabora obras que ya han sido éxitos de otros realizadores. Ferdinand Zecca imita recursos de sus colegas y competidores, especialmente de los realizadores británicos y también de Georges Méliès. It will perform their own version of the Dreyfus affair after the successful Méliès, back to shoot the classic anteojo grandmother method general level following level detail of the British pioneer of cinema g. a. Smith in his film Grandma reading glass, or the Passion of Christ, which was brought to the screen by Léar.

El enfoque cinématográfico de Zecca es menos artístico que comercial, multiplicar las clases e inspirarse, o incluso plagiar, a sus contemporáneos, lo cual tiene por objetivo sobre todo ganar la batalla comercial. Objetivo que alcanzó, puesto que en 1908, Pathé es una multinacional presente en todas partes en el mundo y domina con mano férrea la producción mundial.

In 1914, when the First world war broke out, he was sent to the United States to deal with the American branch of the Pathé company. Again in 1917 to direct the Pathé-Baby Department devoted to home movies.

Ferdinand Zecca renown is because his name is associated with several thousand tape screened on the world in this cinema of pre-war period. His career was closely United to the extraordinary development of Pathé.

Filmography as director

* 1899: Les Mésaventures d’ mélomane muet (Le Muet mélomane)

* 1899: Les Méfaits d’une tête de veau

* 1901 : Une tempête dans une chambre à coucher

* 1901 : Une idylle sous un tunnel

* 1901 : Un duel abracadabrant

* 1901 : Un drame au fond de la mer

* 1901 : La Soupière merveilleuse

* 1901 : Les Sept châteaux du diable

* 1901 : Rêve et réalité

* 1901 : Plongeur fantastique

* 1901 : Par le trou de serrure

* 1901 : La Mégère récalcitrante

* 1901 : Le Mauvais riche

* 1901 : La Loupe de grand-maman

* 1901 : L’Illusionniste mondain

* 1901 : Histoire d’un crime

* 1901 : L’Enfant Prodigue

* 1901 : Comment on met son couvert

* 1901 : Comment Fabien devient architecte

* 1901 : Scènes vues de mon balcon (Ce que je vois de mon sixième)

* 1901 : À la conquête de l’air

* 1901 : L’Agent plongeur

* 1901: Une politique discussion

* 1902: l’alcoolisme Les Victimes

* 1902: Une séance cinématographe

* 1902: Quo Vadis?

* 1902: fée printemps

* 1902: Le Conférencier distrait

* 1902: Chez le photographe

* 1902: La catastrophe de la martinique

* 1902: La Belle au bois dormant co-directed by Lucien nonguet

* 1902: Baignade impossible

* 1902: L’ L’assommoir

* 1902: Affaire dreyfus

* 1902: La Poule merveilleuse

* 1902 : Ali Baba et les quarante voleurs

* 1903 : Samson et Dalila

* 1903 : Repas infernal

* 1903 : La Soubrette ingénieuse

* 1903 : Le Chien et la pipe

* 1903 : Le Premier cigare du collégien

* 1903 : Le Démon du jeu ou La vie d’un joueur (La Vie d’un joueur)

* 1903 : Les Aventures de Don Quichotte (Don Quichotte) codirigido por Lucien Nonguet

* 1903 : Le Chat botté

* 1904 : The Wrong Door

* 1904 : Le Portrait

* 1904 : Les Petits coupeurs de bois vert

* 1904: Le Pêcheur of perles

* 1904: Annie’s Love Story

* 1904: The Grève

* 1905: The Passion of Notre-Seigneur Jésus Christ (La Vie et Jésus Christ passion)

* 1905: A à Venise drame

* 1905: L’Amant la lune (Rêve à la lune) co-directed by Gaston velle

* 1905: Le Remords

* 1905: La Course aux tonneaux

* 1905: Automobile et jatte-cul

* 1905: Au pays noir

* 1905: Au m’bagne

* 1905: L’Alcool engender the tuberculose

* 1905: L’incendiaire

* 1905: Pour femmes Dix a mari

* 1905: L’honneur d’ a père

* 1905: Vendetta

* 1905: Les Apaches Paris

* 1905 : Brigandage moderne

* 1907 : Le Spectre rouge

* 1907 : Le Poil à gratter

* 1907 : Métempsycose

* 1907 : L’Homme Protée

* 1907 : La Course des sergents de ville

* 1908 : Samson codirigido por Henri Andreani

* 1908 : Le Rêve d’agent

* 1908 : L’Affaire Dreyfus

* 1909 : Le Caprice du vainqueur

* 1910 : La Tragique aventure de Robert le Taciturne, duc d’Aquitaine

* 1910 : Slippery Jim

* 1910 : Cléopâtre codirigido por Henri Andreani

* 1910 : 1802 codirigido por Camille de Morlhon

* 1912 : La Fièvre de l’or codirigido por René Leprince

* 1913: Le Roi de l’air co-directed by René leprince

* 1913: La Leçon du Padirac co-directed by René leprince

* 1913: La Comtesse noire co-directed by René leprince

* 1913 : Cœur de femme codirigido por René Leprince

* 1914 : La Lutte pour la vie codirigido por René Leprince

* 1914 : La Jolie Bretonne codirigido por René Leprince

* 1914 : L’Étoile du génie codirigido por René Leprince

* 1915 : Le Vieux cabotin codirigido por René Leprince

* 1915 : Le Noël d’un vagabond codirigido por René Leprince

* 1919 : Les Larmes du pardon codirigido por René Leprince

* 1919 : Le Calvaire d’une reine codirigido por René Leprince

Roger Vailland

Roger Vailland (1907 – 1965) was a novelist, essayist, and screenwriter French. In his youth he participated alongside René daumal and others in Le grand jeu, close to surrealism art group.

His novels include Drôle de jeu (1945), Les mauvais coups (1948), A jeune homme seul (1951), 325 000 francs (1955) and the loi (1957), winner of the Prix Goncourt. His scripts for film include Les liaisons dangereuses (with Claude brûlé and roger vadim, 1959) and Le vice et la vertu (with Vadim, 1962).

Daniel Tinayre

Daniel Tinayre (Paris, France, September 13, 1910 – Buenos Aires, Argentina, 24 October 1994) was a film director, screenwriter and film producer Argentine born in France.

Very young he moved to Buenos Aires, Tinayre directed 23 films from 1934 to 1974, among the most outstanding thriller 1947 in cold blood with Amelia bence and Tito Alonso.

He was also an acclaimed writer and producer simultaneously contribute in these areas to their films directed in film Argentina.

Between its more held productions in the burning darkness (1958) with duilio marzio, mirtha legrand, Lautaro murúa and Luisa vehil, the patota with Mirtha Legrand under a same face with Mirtha and Jorge Mistral Silvia Legrand and Milagros de la Vega and La mary with Susana Giménez and Carlos Monzón.

He died in 1994.

He was survived by his two sons (Daniel and Marcela) and his widow, actress and hostess mirtha legrand, who was the architect of your career.

Films

* “Cold blood” (1947)

* “Dance of fire” (1948)

* “Passport to River” (1948)

* “La vendedora de fantasies” (1952)

* “In the burning darkness” (1958)

* “The patota” (1960)

* “The thug” (1961)

* “Under a same face” (1962)

* “The cicada isn’t a bug” (1963)

* “Strange tenderness” (1964)

* “kuma ching” (1969)

* “mary” (1974)

André Téchiné

André Téchiné (born 13 March 1943 in Valence-d’Agen, France) is a film director and screenwriter French.

He studied in Paris and started in film as an Assistant Director of Jacques rivette. Téchiné served as critic for the Cahiers du cinéma (1964-67). In 1970 made his first film Paulina s’ in going. In 2003 he won the prix René clair for his work. Falls it to bertrand tavernier, in the generation that followed the famous nouvelle Vague.

His films are characterised by examining human relations with an intimate, careful and little sentimental style. In his biography of the Brontë sisters, Les sœurs Brontë (1979) (Brontë sisters). dark and lacking color environment serves to emphasize the lack of attraction in the life of the sisters. In Rendez-vous (1985), Téchniné explored in detail the nature of a sadomasochistic relationship with one of his favorite actresses, Juliette Binoche. The film earned the director the award for Best Director at the cannes Festival. One of his most acclaimed films was my favorite station (1993), a provincial family relations in a cold world. The film participated in the Cannes Festival.

The best film of Téchiné for many is Les roseaux sauvages (1994)(Los_Juncos_salvajes). In this film director examines life sentimental of teenagers with war-background Algeria. This film received Cesar and 1994 Delluc award. It is assumed that this film is based on the autobiographical experiences of director.

Téchiné films is always somehow homosexuality, that the director wishes to approach to all forms of human sexuality without giving priority to none.[ 1 ] This is evident in his 2006 film witnesses (Les témoins), on HIV in the 1980s.

Filmography

* 1970: Paulina s’ in goes

* 1972: Michel, l’enfant-roi a TV series

* 1975: Souvenirs d’en France

* 1976: Barocco

* 1979: Les Sœurs Brontë

* 1981: Hôtel des Amériques

* 1983: La Matiouette ou l’Arrière-pays

* 1985: Rendez-vous

* 1986: Le Lieu du crime

* 1987: Les Innocents

* 1991: J’embrasse pas

* 1993: Ma saison préférée

* 1994: Les Roseaux sauvages

* 1994: Le chêne et le roseau-TV version of “Les Roseaux sauvages”

* 1996: Les Voleurs

* 1998: Alice et Martin

* 2001: Far (Loin)

* 2003: Les Égarés

* 2004: Other times (Les Temps qui changent)

* 2006: Witnesses with emmanuelle béart and michel blanc

* 2007: R.E.R. (draft)

Jean Stelli

Jean Stelli (Lille, December 6, 1894 – Grasse, 2 February 1975 was an actor of film and theatre, French film director and screenwriter.) Started in the industry of cinema as Assistant julien duvivier and participated as an actor in Les roquevillard (1922) of Duvivier. As director, Stelli was commissioned to end police film l’Or du Cristobal (1940) after leaving Jacques becker project by their conflict with the producers and have been mobilized in World War II. Stelli also directed the Barbizon tentation, film debuted actor Louis de funès.

Filmography

* 1935: Jeunesse d’abord (Co-Director: Claude heymann)

* 1938: Durand bijoutier

* 1939: Pour le maillot jaune

* 1939: L’Or du Cristobal (Co-Director: Jacques becker)

* 1942: Le Argentine bleu

* 1943: La Valse blanche

* 1944: L’Enfant de L’Amour

* 1945: Tentation Barbizon (Louis de funès film debut)

* 1946: Mensonges

* 1947: Le Mystérieux M. Sylvain

* 1947: La Cabane aux souvenirs

* 1948: Route sans issue

* 1948: La Cité of l’espérance

* 1948: Cinq tulipes rouges

* 1949: dernier amour

* 1949: La Voyageuse inattendue

* 1950: On n ‘aime qu’ une fois

* 1950: Fleurs send

* 1951: Maria du bout du monde

* 1951: Sérénade au bourreau

* 1951: Mammy

* 1951: Une fille sur la route

* 1952: A femme trésor

* 1953: La nuit est à nous

* 1953: Les Amoureux Marianne

* 1955: Foire aux femmes

* 1956: Alert au Deuxième Bureau

* 1957: Baratin

* 1957: Deuxième Bureau contre Inconnu

* 1958: Rapt au Deuxième Bureau

* 1959: Deuxième Bureau contre terroristes