- Parbot, Michel
- (1938, France - August 3, 2008, France)He began his career as a reporter in 1961 working for United Press International before joining World TV Press and collaborating on such famous news TV programs as Cinq Colonnes à la Une and Panorama. A war correspondent in Algeria and Vietnam, he co-created with Hubert Henrotte Sygma-Television. He played in Claude Lelouch's Vivre pour vivre / Vivere per vivere / USA: Live for Life (France / Italy, 1967) and worked as a cinematographer (1977 Dominique Sanda ou Le Rêve éveillé, short, TV documentary, Louis Malle) and camera operator (1980 SPFX: The Empire Strikes Back, Robert Guenette, USA).Filmography1975 ◘ Oh! America (documentary; also co-screenwriter)1979 ◘ 007 in Rio (documentary; short)Television Filmography1966 ◘ Chroniques de France (documentary; short; episode "Paris, Jeunesse et Rock n'Roll"; co-director with Philippe Labro)1976 ◘ Le Journal de Getuglio (50 X 5')1981 ◘ A Propos de "La Guerre du Feu" (short; documentary)1984 ◘ Stups (documentary)◘ Jury (documentary; short)◘ Bibiothèque de France (three-part documentary)◘ Qui a tué Martin Luther King? / USA: Who Killed Martin Luther King? (documentary)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.