- Tréfouel, Jacques
- (1941, Paris, France - )He was ten years old when he appeared as an extra in La Plus belle Fille du Monde (Christian Stengel, 1951). From 1966 to 1970, he was an assistant director, notably to Walerian Borowczyk (1969 Goto, l'Ile d'Amour), Patrick Ledoux (Klann—Grand Guignol, also production manager, France / Belgium), and Bruno Gantillon (1971 Morgane et ses Nymphes / UK: Girl Slaves of Morgana le Fay). After several weeks of unemployment, he was hired by French television as an assistant to Claude Santelli, who was preparing his documentary series on André Malraux (La Légende du Siècle). He directed his first TV movie in 1975 and his only feature film in 1992.Filmography1992 ◘ Les Eaux dormantesTelevision Filmography1975 ◘ Le Voyage en Province (also screenwriter)1978 ◘ Médecins de Nuit (episode "L'Entrepôt")◘ Les ZAdos (episode "Philippe, l'Eté de tes 17 Ans")◘ Un Comédien lit un Auteur (episodes "Henri Virlojeux lit Jules Renard", "Michel Vitold lit Jacques Copeau")◘ L'Enfant dans le Corridor (also screenwriter)◘ La Ville noire◘ Mon Meilleur Noël (episode "Le Père Noël revient de la Guerre"; also co-screenwriter)1982 ◘ Un Comédien lit un Auteur (episode "Denis Manuel lit Jacques Rivière")1986 ◘ L'Ami Maupassant (episode "Hautot Père et Fils")1995 ◘ Un Siècle d'Ecrivains (documentary; segment "Colette")
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.