- Lignerat, Jean-Louis
- (December 10, 1940, Clermont-Ferrand, Puy-de-Dôme, France - )He learned his craft watching movies at the French Cinematheque. In 1963-1964, he was a trainee assistant to directors Jean Becker, Claude Chabrol, and Claude Lelouch. He co-wrote several TV series (1974 Les Faucheurs de Marguerites, 7 X 55', Marcel Camus, France / Canada / Switzerland / West Germany / Belgium; 1978 Le Temps des As, 6 X 55', Claude Bois-sol, France / West Germany / Switzerland / Belgium / Morocco; 1980 La Conquête du Ciel, 6 X 55', France / West Germany / Switzerland / Belgium / Morocco; 1982 L'Adieu aux As, 6 X 55', Jean-Pierre Decourt). Since the late 1990s, he has owned a medieval shop in Dordogne. In 1984, he published a novel: Les Fous du Ciel (Hachette).Filmography1965 ◘ On m'a volé le Far-West (short; also screenwriter, dialogist)1977 ◘ Armons-nous et . . . partez (short; also screenwriter, dialogist, producer)1986 ◘ 813, Voyage incertain (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist, producer)Television Filmography1988 ◘ Les Enfants de la Liberté (animation; 8 X 26')
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