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Louis Delluc

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Birthday: Oct 14, 1890

Birthplace: Le Buisson-de-Cadouin, Dordogne, France

An influential early film enthusiast who wrote for and edited various journals and helped start the French cine-club movement, Delluc made several well-regarded films including "Le silence" (1920) and the highly atmospheric "Fievre" (1921), both starring his Belgian wife Eve Francis. He also was a key figure of the Impressionist school which also included Jean Epstein and Germaine Dulac and is equally distinguished for his books on the cinema, including "Charlot/Charlie Chaplin" (1921) and "Photogenie" (1920). Delluc died of tuberculosis at the age of 33. The Prix Louis Delluc is awarded annually to an outstanding French feature film.



No Score Yet No Score Yet The Woman From Nowhere Director,
- 1922
No Score Yet No Score Yet Fièvre Director,
- 1921