Jeunet, Jean-Pierre


Jeunet, Jean-Pierre
(September 3, 1953, Le Coteau, Loire, France - )
   A movie buff since childhood, he bought his first camera at age seventeen. After briefly working as a technician for France Télécom in Nancy, he studied animation at Cinémation Studios. He met Marc Caro at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival and began directing animated shorts with him. They ended their collaboration after Alien Resurrection / Alien 4 in 1997. He was a technical adviser to Na­dine Monfils (2004 Madame Edouard, Nadine Monfils; France / Belgium / Luxembourg).
 Filmography
1978 ◘ L'Evasion (animated short; co-director with Marc Caro; also co-screenwriter, cinematographer, editor)
1980 ◘ Le Manège (animated short; co-director with Marc Caro; also cinematographer, editor)
1981 ◘ Le Bunker de la dernière Rafale / USA: The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (short; co-director with Marc Caro; also co-screenwriter, cinematographer, set decorator, costume designer, actor, co-editor)
1984 ◘ Pas de Repos pour Billy Brakko (short; also co-screenwriter, production designer, actor, editor)
        ◘ Bande Annonce (documentary; short)
1989 ◘ Foutaises / Foutaises, Catalogue nostalgique des plaisirs de la Vie / UK: Things I Like, Things I Don't Like (short; also co-screenwriter)
1991 ◘ Delicatessen (co-director with Marc Caro; also co-screenwriter)
1995 ◘ La Cité des Enfants perdus / Der Stadt der ver-lorenen Kinder / La ciudad de los ninos perididos / La ciutat dels nens perduts / USA: The City of Lost Children (co-director with Marc Caro; also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist; France / West Germany / Spain)
1997 ◘ Alien: Resurrection / Alien 4 (USA)
2001 ◘ Le Destin fabuleux d'Amélie Poulain / Die Fabel-hafte Welt der Amelie / UK and Australia: Amelie / USA: Amelie / The Fabulous Destiny of Ame­lie Poulain (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist; France / Germany)
2004 ◘ Un Long Dimanche de Fiançailles / USA: A Very Long Engagement (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist)
2009 ◘ Micmacs à Tire-Larigot (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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