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André Delvaux

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Belgian filmmaker and television director André Delvaux is best known for his internationally distinguished debut feature The Man Who Had His Hair Cut Short (1966). His passion for film began around 1950 when he worked as a silent film accompanist at the Belgian Cinémathèque. Prior to that he had simultaneously studied German philosophy and law at the Free University of Brussells and piano at Belgium's Royal Conservatory; he had also taught classes at his alma mater. Later Delavaux was designated the leader of a program designed to educate Belgian teachers about films; he then created a seminar on the language of film for the sociology department at the Free University. As a director, Delvaux started out in television with a documentary miniseries biography of Federico Fellini in 1960. Through the decade, he made other similar documentaries about other prominent directors. His subsequent feature films have also won considerable critical acclaim, especially his 1971 effort Rendez-vous a Bray, which won the Louis Delluc Prize. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Sur la terre comme au ciel (Between Heaven and Earth)
  • Professor
1992
No Score Yet The Abyss (L'oeuvre Au Noir)
  • Director
1988
No Score Yet Een vrouw tussen hond en wolf (Woman in a Twilight Garden) (Woman Between Wolf and Dog)
  • Director
1979
No Score Yet Appointment In Bray (Rendez-vous à Bray)
  • Director
1971
No Score Yet One Night... A Train (un Soir, Un Train)
  • Director
1968
No Score Yet De Man die zijn haar kort liet knippen
  • Director
1966
No Score Yet The Man Who Had His Hair Cut Short
  • Director
1965

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