Ségal, Abraham


Ségal, Abraham
(1937, Bucharest, Romania-)
   He studied history and philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he founded and ran the university film club (1959-1962). Having settled in Paris in the early 1960s, he graduated from the IDHEC. From 1967 to 1982, he wrote about films for La Revue du Cinéma, CinémAction, and L'Avant-Scène du Cinéma. He authored texts for a photo album about S.M. Eisenstein (Le Chêne, 1972) and an essay (Abra­ham, Enquête sur un Patriarche, Bayard, 2003).
 Filmography
1971 ◘ B.A. BA (documentary)
1978 ◘ La Vie, t'en as qu'une (co-director with Denis Guedj, Jean-Pierre Pétard; also co-screenwriter)
1986 ◘ Couleurs Folie (documentary; short)
        ◘ Van Gogh, la Revanche ambiguë (documentary)
        ◘ Toutes les Couleurs (documentary; medium-length)
        ◘ Socrate ou Audimat? (documentary; short)
        ◘ Enquête sur Abraham (documentary; TV ver­sion: 2 X 52'; France / Israel)
        ◘ Enquête sur Abraham (documentary; also screenwriter)
2000 ◘ Le Mystère Paul (documentary; also screenwriter)
2003 ◘ Témoins pour la Paix (documentary; medium-length)
 Television Filmography
1983 ◘ Alésia et Retour, Voyage phénoménal (documentary; medium-length)
1985 ◘ Hors les Murs II: Projet ou Aventure (3 X 52' documentary)
1999 ◘ Enquête sur Paul de Tarse (documentary; 2 X 52'; episodes "Le Converti", "Le Fondateur")
        ◘ Métropolis (documentary; short; episode "De Page en Page")
        ◘ Métropolis (documentary; short; episode "Le Rêve à l'œuvre")
        ◘ Métropolis (documentary; short; episodes "La Bible des Cinquante", "Meddeb, l'Eclaireur d'Islam")
        ◘ Florence Delay—Comme un Portrait (documentary; medium-length)
        ◘ Métropolis (documentary; short; episode "L'Occident vu de l'Orient")
        ◘ Un Trésor retrouvé—La Bible de Castellion (doc­umentary; short)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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