- Nivoix, Paul
- (December 24, 1893, Saint-Denis, France - September 14, 1958, France)A newspaper editor in Marseille (Spectator), he went to Paris, where he published articles in Comoedia (known at the time as the only daily review of letters and arts). He earned some success as a playwright and became a screenwriter when movies began talking (1932 Direct au Coeur, also co-author of original play, co-screenwriter, dialogist, Roger Lion; 1933 Un peu d'Amour, dialogist only, Hans Steinhoff, German-language version: Scampolo, ein Kind der Strasse / Um einen groschen Liebe, Germany; 1936 La Maison d'en Face / USA: The House Across the Street, author of original story, Christian-Jaque; 1937 A Venise, une Nuit, Christian-Jaque; 1938 Barnabé, dialogist only; Alexander Esway; 1943 Mahlia la Métisse, dialogist only, Walter Kapps; 1948 Emile l'Africain, author of original play, dialogist, Robert Vernay).Filmography1950 ◘ Les Nouveaux Maîtres (supervised by Jacques Daniel-Norman; also original play, screenwriter, dialogist)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.