- Cornu, Jacques-Gérard
- (May 5, 1925, Paris, France - )A former assistant director to Jean Delannoy, Alexandre Esway, Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon, and Emile-Edwin Reinert, he made his debut as a director at the RTF (French TV at the time) in 1951. In 1954, after a training course for US TV, he became artistic director of various French TV channels: Télé Lille (1954), Paris-Télévision (1955), and Télé-Luxembourg (1957). He directed his only feature film in 1960.Filmography1960 ◘ L'Homme à Femmes (also co-screenwriter)Television Filmography1962 ◘ Quand on est deux (26 X 13')1964 ◘ La Confidence fausse 1967 Quand la Liberté venait du Ciel (13 X 26')◘ Saturnin Belloir (13 X 26')
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.