François Reichenbach

Highest Rated: 88% F for Fake (1974)
Lowest Rated: 88% F for Fake (1974)
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The documentaries of French director Francois Reichenbach are noted for their detail and sharp insights. American life, particularly its eccentric aspects, are a favorite topic for Reichenbach. Before coming to film, he was a noted songwriter and penned tunes for such performers as Edith Piaf. He also worked closely with American art buyers as a European consultant. Reichenbach also spent a few years making amateur films. It was his cousin, producer Pierre Braunberger, who encouraged him to become a full-fledged director. Reichenbach made his debut in the mid-'50s and went on to helm both short and feature-length cinéma vérité documentaries including the Oscar-winning Arthur Rubinstein: L'Amour de la Vie (Arthur Rubinstein: Love of Life) (1970). In addition to directing, Reichenbach films his own work.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet 13 jours en France (Grenoble) Director 2015
No Score Yet Portrait: Orson Welles Director 2015
No Score Yet Houston, Texas Director 2015
No Score Yet Un coeur gros comme ça Director 2015
No Score Yet Sex O'Clock U.S.A. Director 2012
88% F for Fake Special Participant Producer 1974
No Score Yet La raison du plus fou (The Right of the Maddest) Director Screenwriter 1973
No Score Yet J'ai tout donné Director 1972
No Score Yet Medicine Ball Caravan Producer Director 1971
No Score Yet Decameron '69 Director 1969
No Score Yet Mexico-Mexico Director 1968
No Score Yet La sixième face du pentagone (The Sixth Face of the Pentagon) Director 1968
No Score Yet Special Bardot Director 1967
No Score Yet La douceur du village Director 1965
No Score Yet L'Amerique insolite Screenwriter Director 1960


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