- Nuytten, Bruno
- (August 28, 1945, Melun, Seine-et-Marne, France - )After studying modern letters, he enrolled in the INSAS (photography department), a film school in Brussels, Belgium, in 1967. He attended the courses of cinematographer Ghislain Cloquet and became his assistant. He made his debut as a cinematographer in 1969 (L'Espace vital, short, Patrice Leconte). From the early 1970s to 1986, he was one of the most talented and busiest French directors of photography, notably working with Bertrand Blier (1974 Les Valseuses / UK: Getting It Up / Making It / USA: Going Places), Marguerite Duras (1974 La Femme du Gange / USA: Woman of the Ganges; 1975 India Song; 1976 Son Nom de Venise dans Calcutta desert; 1977 Le Camion / UK: The Lorry / USA: The Truck), André Téchiné (1975 Souvenirs d'en France / USA: French Provincial; 1976 Barocco; 1979 Les Soeurs Brontë / UK and USA: The Bronte Sisters; 1981 Hôtel des Amériques), Stuart Rosenberg (1980 Bru-baker, USA), Alain Resnais (1983 La Vie est un Roman / USA: Life Is a Bed of Roses), and Jean-Luc Godard (1985 Détective).Filmography1988 ◘ Camille Claudel (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)1992 ◘ Albert souffre (also screenwriter, dialogist)2000 ◘ Passionnément (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist; shot in 1998)Television Filmography2002 ◘ Jim, la Nuit2004 ◘ Il était une Fois . . . le dernier Tango à Paris (documentary; co-director with Serge July)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.