Trintignant, Nadine


Trintignant, Nadine
(Lucienne Marquand / November II, 1934, Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France - )
   The daughter of publisher Jean Marquand, she left her family at age seventeen to become a film editor. In 1952, she began working as a lab assistant before working as an assistant editor, notably to Jules Dassin (1955 Du Rififi chez les Hommes / UK and USA: Rififi, France / Italy) and Michel Boisrond (1957 Une Parisienne / Una Parigina / USA: La Parisienne, France / Italy). Her credits as editor include the following: 1960 L'Eau à la bouche / UK and USA: A Game for Six Lovers (Jacques Doniol-Valcroze); 1961 Léon Morin, Prêtre / Leon morin prete / UK: Leon Morin, Priest / USA: The Forgiven Sinner (Jean-Pierre Melville, France / Italy); 1963 Les Grands Chemins / Il baro / UK and USA: Of Flesh and Blood (Christian Marquand, France / Italy); Le Petit Soldat / UK and USA: The Little Sol­dier (Jean Luc Godard); 1964 La Bataille de France (documentary, Jean Aurel). Her first directing effort was a short. Formerly married to actor and direc­tor Jean-Louis Trintignant (b. 1930), they had two daughters, actress Marie Trintignant (1962-2003) and Pauline (who died as a baby in 1969), and a son, Vincent (b. 1973). Her brothers were actors Chris­tian (1927-2000) and Serge (1930-2004) Marquand. She wrote novels (1997 Ton Chapeau au Vestiaire, Editions Fayard; 2002 Le Jeune Homme de la Rue de France, Fayard), short stories (2007 Une Etrange Peine, Editions Fayard), and several books on her deceased daughter (2003 Ma Fille, Marie, Editions Fayard; Marie Trintignant, Editions Fayard).
 Filmography
1965 ◘ Fragilité, ton Nom est femme (short; also screenwriter)
1967 ◘ Mon Amour, mon Amour (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist)
1969 ◘ Le Voleur de Crimes / Il ladro di crimini (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist, producer; France / Italy)
1971 ◘ Ça n'arrive qu'aux Autres / Tempo d'amore / USA: It Only Happens to Others (also screenwriter, dialogist; France / Italy)
1973 ◘ Défense de savoir / L'uomo in basso a destra nella fotografia / UK and USA: Forbidden to Know (also screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist; France / Italy)
1976 ◘ Le Voyage de Noces (also screenwriter, dialogist)
        ◘ Premier Voyage (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist)
        ◘ Le Vieil Homme et la Ville (short; also screenwriter)
1985 ◘ L'Eté prochain / UK and USA: Next Summer (also screenwriter, dialogist)
1988 ◘ La Maison de Jade (also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist)
1991 ◘ Contre l'Oubli / Ecrire contre l'Oubli / Against Oblivion / Lest We Forget (documentary; segment "José Ramon Garcia-Gomez, Mexique")
1995 ◘ Fugueuses / Le fugitive (also screenwriter, dialogist; France / Italy)
        ◘ Fumière et Compagnie / Lumiere y compania / UK and US DVD: Lumière and Company (France / Spain / Sweden / Denmark)
 Television Filmography
1978 ◘ Madame le Juge (episode "L'Innocent")
        ◘ Le Tiroir secret (6 X 52'; co-director with Michel Boisrond, Roger Gillioz, Edouard Molinaro; France / Belgium / Italy / Switzerland / West Germany)
        ◘ Qui c'est ce Garçon? (6 X 52'; also co-screenwriter, co-adapter, co-dialogist; France / Italy)
        ◘ Lucas (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)
        ◘ Rêveuse Jeunesse (also screenwriter, dialogist)
1996 ◘ L'Insoumise (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)
2000 ◘ Victoire, ou La Douleur des Femmes (3 X 90'; also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)
2001 ◘ Ille bleue (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)
2004 ◘ Colette, une Femme libre (2 X I15'; also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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