Jean-Jacques Annaud

Jean-Jacques Annaud

Highest Rated: 100% Black and White in Color (1976)

Lowest Rated: 11% Black Gold (2011)

Birthday: Oct 01, 1943

Birthplace: Draveil, Essonne, France

Pioneering French director Jean-Jacques Annaud has often seemed as much anthropologist as filmmaker, taking great pains to faithfully create the disparate cultures that have driven his films. Time after time he has depicted the conflict that occurs when one culture bumps up against another and the resultant emotional transformations that arise from these clashes. His globetrotting has taken him from Vietnam (where he became the first non-Asian in 50 years to shoot anything but live ammunition) to the Andes (substituting for the Himalayas), the Canadian Rockies (standing in for the Andes) to colonial Africa, pursuing a recurrent theme--the quest for humanity in a world that has lost all sense of what being human is.

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67% 49% Wolf Totem Director,
Screenwriter
- 2015
11% 51% Black Gold Director,
Screenwriter
- 2011
No Score Yet 22% Sa Majesté Minor (His Majesty Minor) Director - 2007
78% 75% Two Brothers Director,
Producer
$18.9M 2004
53% 82% Enemy at the Gates Director,
Writer,
Producer
$51.4M 2001
27% 72% Running Free Producer $101.4K 2000
60% 73% Seven Years in Tibet Director,
Producer
$37.9M 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet Wings of Courage Director,
Writer,
Producer
$15.1M 1995
32% 79% The Lover Director - 1992
93% 82% The Bear Director $29.6M 1988
74% 84% The Name of the Rose Director $5.2M 1986
86% 75% Quest for Fire Director - 1981
No Score Yet 82% Hot-Head Director - 1979
No Score Yet No Score Yet Coup De Tete Director - 1979
100% 68% Black and White in Color Director,
Screenwriter
- 1976

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No Score Yet No Score Yet The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair Director 2018

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