Jourdhui, Gérard


Jourdhui, Gérard
(1946, France - )
   A film producer (1984 Paris vu par ..., six segments: "J'ai Faim, j'ai froid", Chantal Akerman; "Place Clichy", Bernard Dubois; "Rue Fontaine", Philippe Garrel; "Rue du Bac", Frédéric Mitterrand; "Paris Plage", Vincent Nordon; Canal Saint-Martin, Philippe Venault; Le Peuple Singe, documentary, Gérard Vienne; Bienvenue à Bord! . . . , Jean-Louis Leconte; 1991 La Vieille qui marchait dans la Mer / UK and USA: The Old Lady Who Walked in the Sea, Laurent Heynemann; 2000 Tôt ou Tard, Anne-Marie Etienne, shot in 1998; Les Gens qui s'aiment / Los que se aman / USA: People Who Love Each Other, Jean-Charles Tacchella, France / Belgium / Luxembourg / Spain; 2001 Virilité, Ronan Girre; L'Art (délicat) de la Séduction, Richard Berry) and TV producer (1991 Les Hordes, 4 X 90', Jean-Claude Missiaen; Salut les Copains, TV series, Massimo Man-ganaro, Dominique Masson; 2007 L'Avare, Christian de Chalonge; 2007-2008 Chez Maupassant, 6 X 26' and 6 X 52'; 2008 Le Malade imaginaire, Christian de Chalonge), he adapted and filmed a Fredric Brown novel in 1991. Other credits (as co-screenwriter): 1974 Bons Baisers de Tarzan (TV show, also actor, Pierre Desfons; Bons Baisers d'Astérix, TV show, also actor, Pierre Desfons); 1995 Les Derniers Jours de la Victime / Las ultimas dias de la victima (TV movie, Bruno Gantillon, France / Cuba); 2007 Chez Maupas­sant (episodes "La Parure", Claude Chabrol; "Toine", Jacques Santamaria); 2008 Chez Maupassant (episodes "Le Petit Fût", Claude Chabrol; "Une Soirée", Philippe Monnier; "Au Bord du Lit", Jean-Daniel Verhaeghe).
 Filmography
1993 ◘ Vieille Canaille (also screenwriter, producer; shot in 1991)
 Television Filmography
1981 ◘ Le Petit Mitchell illustré (TV show)
1985 ◘ Intrigues (TV series; also screenwriter)
1982 ◘ La Dernière Séance (TV show)
2005 ◘ La Tête haute
        ◘ Graffiti 60 (TV miniseries; documentary; co-director with Anna Ruiz)
        ◘ Graffiti 80 (TV miniseries; documentary)
        ◘ Chez Maupassant (episode "Deux Amis")
        ◘ Chez Maupassant (episode "L'Ami Joseph", also co-screenwriter, co-adapter)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.


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