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Encyclopedia > Claude Berri

Claude Berri (born July 1, 1934) is a French film director, actor, screenwriter and producer.


Born in Paris, France, his films (as director) include Jean de Florette and Manon des sources (both 1986) and Germinal (1993) - at that time the most expensive French feature film ever made.


Berri won the "Best Film" BAFTA for Jean de Florette, and has also been nominated for no less than twelve Csar awards, although he has yet to win one. Berri also won the Oscar for best live action short at the 39th Academy Awards in 1966, and produced Roman Polanski's Tess which was nominated for Best Picture in 1981.






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Claude Berri - Biography - MSN Movies (782 words)
An actor turned director, producer, and screenwriter, Claude Berri is known in France and abroad for making films that offer both comedic and dramatic explorations of the prejudices and anxieties that plague most people, and their alternately deleterious and hilarious repercussions.
Featuring Berri as himself (and Alain Cohen as his younger self), the film was the director's autobiographical exploration of his youth and teen years.
Berri subsequently tried his hand at straight romance with Je Vous Aime (1980), which starred Catherine Deneuve as a woman reflecting on the state of her love life and featured a cast that included Gérard Depardieu, Serge Gainsbourg, and Jean-Louis Trintignant.
Claude Berri - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (144 words)
Claude Berri (born July 1, 1934) is a French film director, actor, screenwriter and producer.
Berri won the "Best Film" BAFTA for Jean de Florette, and has also been nominated for no less than twelve César awards, although he has yet to win one.
Berri also won the Oscar for best live action short at the 39th Academy Awards in 1966, and produced Roman Polanski's Tess which was nominated for Best Picture in 1981.
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