Headline, Doug


Headline, Doug
(Tristan Jean Manchette / Oc­tober 30, 1962, France - )
   The son of novelist and screenwriter Jean-Patrick Manchette (1942-1995), he started working in 1980 for such counterculture magazines as Métal Hurlant (original French version of Heavy Metal), Actuel, and The Face. In 1982, with future director Christophe Gans, he created the film monthly Starfix and acted as his first editor in chief. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, while pursuing his TV career, he held several editorial jobs in major French publishing houses, wrote books for teenagers, and translated crime novels by the likes of Elmore Leonard and Donald Westlake. He authored books on James Stewart (Editions Henry Veyrier, 1991) and John Cassavetes (Editions Ramsay, 1999).
 Filmography
1999 ◘ Le Jour des Corbeaux (short; also screenwriter, co-editor)
2002 ◘ Brocéliande (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)
 Television Filmography
        ◘ Blue Trane (uncredited; documentary; co-director with Dominique Cazenave, Philippe Koechlin)
        ◘ Anything for John (documentary; co-director with Dominique Cazenave; also co-screenwriter, co-producer)
1995 ◘ Chien-Loup—Portrait de Cyril Collard (documentary; co-director with Dominique Cazenave; also co-screenwriter)
        ◘ Mademoiselle Moreau (documentary; co-director with Dominique Cazenave; also co-screenwriter)
1996 ◘ Claude Chabrol—Une Partie de Plaisir (documentary; co-director with Dominique Cazenave; also co-screenwriter)
        ◘ Bernard Blier (documentary; co-director with Dominique Cazenave; also co-screenwriter)
        ◘ Lino: Un Portrait de Lino Ventura (documentary; co-director with Dominique Cazenave; also co-screenwriter)
1997 ◘ Les Deniers du Culte / Hollywood Rated "R" (documentary; co-director with Dominique Cazenave; also co-screenwriter, co-editor)
        ◘ David Friedman: Portrait of an Exploiter (documentary; co-director with Dominique Cazenave; also co-screenwriter, co-editor)
2006 ◘ Sable noir (6 X 26'; episode "La Villa du Cré­puscule")

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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