Moreau, Jeanne


Moreau, Jeanne
(January 23, 1928, Paris, France-)
   After her studies in dramatic arts at the Paris Con­servatory with Denis d'Inès, she became a member of the Comédie-Française (1948-1952) before joining Jean Vilar's TNP (Théâtre National Populaire) in 1953. From 1948 (Dernier Amour, Jean Stelli) to 2008 (Plus Tard / Meuhar Yotar / Later / USA: One Day You'll Un­derstand, Amos Gitai, France / Germany / Israel), she played supporting roles or starred in more than 100 movies. In the 1970s, she tried her luck as a film direc­tor. Other credit (as co-screenwriter): 2003 La Petite Prairie aux Bouleaux / Birkenau und Rosenfeld (Marceline Loridan-Ivens, France / Germany / Poland).
 Filmography
1976 ◘ Lumière / Scene di un'amicizia tra donne / USA: Lumiere (also screenwriter, dialogist, actor; France / Italy)
1979 ◘ L'Adolescente / Madchenjahre / USA: The Ado­lescent (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist; France / West Germany)
1983 ◘ Lilian Gish (documentary; as herself / Inter­viewer; UK)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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