Hanoun, Marcel


Hanoun, Marcel
(October 26, 1929, Tunis, Tunisia - )
   Having settled in France after that country's liberation, he studied aeronautical techniques and general mechan­ics and attended André Vigneau's dramatic art courses at the C.E.R.T. (Centre d'Etudes de Radio Télévision). Then he worked as a journalist and photographer while shooting his first amateur films. He shunned established rules and dedicated himself to experimental cinema. In 1969, he created the review Cinéthique. Also an oc­casional cinematographer (1963 Operacion II, documentary, short, Néstor Basterretxea, Spain), he appeared in a few movies (1972 Le Journal dun Suicidé, Stanislav Stanojevic; 1982 She's a Very Nice Lady, Gérard Courant; 1986 He Stands in the Desert Counting the Seconds of His Life, archive footage, Jonas Mekas, USA; 2001 Le Journal de Joseph M., Gérard Courant).
 Filmography
1953 ◘ Paris Port de Mer (lost movie)
        ◘ Gérard de la Nuit (short)
        ◘ Croquis d'Islande (short)
        ◘ Des Hommes qui ont perdu Racine (short; also producer, cinematographer)
1958 ◘ Une Simple Histoire (also producer, cinematographer)
1960 ◘ Le Huitième Jour (also screenwriter, co-adapter)
1960 ◘ La muerte del toro (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ Le Christ dans la Cité (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ Gaudi Opéra (short; also producer, cinematographer, unfinished)
        ◘ Leria (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ La Rose et le Barrage (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ Ego sum (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ La Dame d'Elche (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ Le Mystère d'Elche (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ Sérénade pour Mojacar (short; also producer, cinematographer)
1967 ◘ Octobre à Madrid (also cinematographer; shot in 1964)
        ◘ L'Authentique Procès de Carl-Emmanuel Jung (also screenwriter, dialogist, producer, editor)
        ◘ L'Eté (also screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor)
        ◘ Bruges (short; also cinematographer)
        ◘ L'Hiver (also screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor)
        ◘ Le Printemps (also screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist, cinematographer)
        ◘ L'Automne (also screenwriter, cinematographer; shot in 1971)
        ◘ La Vérité sur l'imaginaire Passion d'un Inconnu (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist, cinematographer, editor)
        ◘ Promenades flamandes (short; also cinematographer)
        ◘ Le Vent souffle où il veut (short)
        ◘ Le Regard (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist, editor)
        ◘ La Nuit claire (France / Switzerland)
        ◘ Le Temps met fin aux Pyramides (short)
        ◘ Le Soleil bas (short; lost movie)
1981 ◘ LArbre qui gémt (short; also cinematographer)
1983 ◘ Un Film / Un Film autoportrait (also screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor)
        ◘ Leu d'Hommes quelques Femmes (short; also producer, cinematographer)
1985 ◘ Cela s'appelle l'Amour (short; also producer)
1987 ◘ Boucherie fine (short; also producer)
        ◘ Otage (short; also producer)
        ◘ De Mémoire d'Eau (short; also cinematographer)
        ◘ La Ville qui traverse le Temps (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ L'Art silencieux (short; also producer, cinematographer)
1992 ◘ Regard / Passion / Mémoire (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ Le Cri de l'Arbre (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ Les Amants de Sarajevo / Loin-Près de l'Amour / USA: The Lovers of Sarajevo (short; also producer; France / Yugoslavia)
        ◘ Je meurs de vivre (short; also producer)
        ◘ Un Château en Hiver (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ A flor encarnada (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ Le regard blessé (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ Un Arbre fou d'Oiseaux (short; also producer)
        ◘ La Boulangère et la Cosmonaute (short; also producer)
        ◘ Bruit d'Amour et de Guerre (short; also producer)
        ◘ Chemin d'Humanité (short; also cinematographer)
        ◘ Le Cinéma au Travail comme la Mort (short; also producer, cinematographer)
2001 ◘ L'Etre à l'Autre (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ Le Cri (short; also producer, cinematographer)
2002 ◘ Jeanne aujourd'hui (short)
        ◘ Y voir, Identité (short; also producer, cinematographer)
        ◘ L'Etonnement (short; also cinematographer)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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