- Delamarre, Jean-Noël
- (December 19, 1942, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France - )A pupil of painter Robert Lapoujade, he exhibited his first works in the early 1960s. He was an assistant director to Lapoujade on shorts (1961-1968) and feature films (1968 Le Socrate, shot in 1966; 1973 Le Sourire vertical) and to Jean Rollin (1971 Vierges et Vampires / Requiem pour un Vampire / UK: Caged Vampires / USA: Caged Virgins / Virgins and Vampires; 1973 La Rose de Fer / La Nuit du Cimetière / UK and USA: The Iron Rose; 2002 La Fiancée de Dracula).While creating and managing an animation studio and working as a title designer for movies (1967-1977), he began directing films.Filmography1966 ◘ Don Cherry (short; co-director with Philippe Gras)1971 ◘ Piberta, Agent spatial anti-Mythe (short; co-director with Philippe Gras)◘ L'Espace apprivoisé (short)1972 ◘ Pes Visions de Marcuse le Pirate (short)1975 ◘ Le Printemps est toujours dans mon Village (shot on Super-8)1977 ◘ Cauchemar blanc (short)1980 ◘ Saloperie de Rock N'Roll (three movies: Deux "Rock Frite" saignants, Rock Coeur de Lyon, Ballade Rock; also delegate producer, co-cinematographer, co-editor)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.