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Filmography

Hitler, connais pas! (1963) 100 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography (b&w): Jean-Louis Picavet

Editing: Michèle Davis

Sound: Robert Biart

Music: Georges Delerue

Cast: Non-professional cast.

Production: André Michelin/Chaumiane

Presented for the Semaine de la Critique, Cannes 1963; ‘Voile d’Argent’ at the Locarno Film Festival, July 1963

La Grimace (1966) (court métrage)

No production details available

Même si j’étais un espion (1967) 95 min.

Screenplay: Antoine Tudal, Jean-Pierre Simonot, Jacques Cousseau, Philippe Adrien, Bertrand Blier

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography (b&w): Jean-Louis Picavet

Editing: Kenout Peltier

Sound: Guy Rophé

Artistic direction: Marc Désages

Music: Serge Gainsbourg

Cast: Bernard Blier (Dr Lefevre), Bruno Cremer (Matras), Suzanne Flon (Geneviève Laurent), Patricia Scot (Sylvie Lefèvre), Claude Piéplu (Monteil)

Production: Pathé/Sirius/UGC/CFDC

Les Valseuses (1973) 117 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier, Philippe Dumarcay (from the novel by Bertand Blier)

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Bruno Nuytten

Editing: Kenout Peltier

Sound: Dominique Dalmasso

Artistic direction: Jean-Jacques Caziot

Music: Stéphane Grappelli

Cast: Gérard Depardieu (Jean-Claude), Patrick Dewaere (Pierrot), Miou-Miou (Marie-Ange), Jeanne Moreau (Jeanne), Jacques Chailleux (Jacques), Brigitte Fossey (breast-feeding mother), Isabelle Huppert (Jacqueline), Gérard Jugnot

Production: CAPAC/Uranus/UPF/Prodis

Calmos (1976) 107 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier, Philippe Dumarcay

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Claude Renoir

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Sound: William Sivel

Artistic direction: Jean Andre

Music: Georges Delerue

Cast: Jean-Pierre Marielle (Paul Dufour), Jean Rochefort (Albert), Bernard Blier (priest), Brigitte Fossey (Suzanne Dufour), Claude Piéplu (old soldier), Micheline Kahn (Geneviève), Dora Doll (sergeant), Nicole Garcia, Valérie Mairesse

Production: Christian Fechner/Renn Productions

Préparez vos mouchoirs (1978) 108 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Jean Penzer

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Sound: Jean-Pierre Ruh

Artistic direction: Eric Moulard

Music: Georges Delerue, Mozart, Schubert

Cast: Gérard Depardieu (Raoul), Patrick Dewaere (Stéphane), Carole Laure (Solange), Riton (Christian Belceil), Michel Serrault (neighbour), Eléonore Hirt (Mme Belceil), Sylvie Joly (passer-by), Jean Rougerie (M. Belceil)

Production: Films Ariane/CAPAC/Belga Films/SODEP

Academy Award for Best Foreign Film 1979

Buffet froid (1979) 95 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Jean Penzer

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Sound: Jean-Pierre Ruh

Artistic direction: Theo Meurisse

Music: Brahms

Cast: Gérard Depardieu (Alphonse Tram), Bernard Blier (l’inspecteur Morvan-dieu), Jean Carmet (murderer), Geneviève Page (widow), Michel Serrault (Ie quidam), Jean Rougerie (witness), Carole Bouquet (quidam’s daughter).

Production: Sara Films/Antenne 2

César for Best Original Screenplay, 1980

Beau-père (1981) 120 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier (from the novel by Bertrand Blier)

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Sacha Vierny

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Artistic direction: Théo Meurisse

Music: Philippe Sarde, Bach

Cast: Patrick Dewaere (Rémi), Ariel Besse (Marion), Maurice Ronet (Charly), icole Garcia (Martine), Nathalie Baye (Charlotte)

Production: Sara Films/Antenne 2

Selection officielle, Cannes 1981

La Femme de mon pote (1983) (My Best Friend’s Girl) 99 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier, Gérard Brach

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Jean Penzer

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Sound: Bernard Bats

Artistic direction: Theo Meurisse

Music: J. J. Cale, Mozart

Cast: Coluche (Mickey), Isabelle Huppert (Viviane), Thierry Lhermitte (Pascal), François Perrot (Doctor)

Production: Alain Sarde for Sara Films/Renn Productions

Notre histoire (1984) 110 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Jean Penzer

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Sound: Bernard Bats, Dominique Hennequin

Artistic direction: Bernrad Evein

Music: Laurent Rossi, Beethoven, Schubert, Bohuslav Martinu

Cast: Alain Delon (Robert Avranche), Nathalie Baye (Donatienne Pouget/ Marie-Thérèse Chatelard/Geneviève Avranche), Michel Galabru (Emile), Gerard Darmon (Duval), Sabine Haudepin (Carmen)

Production: Alain Sarde for Sara Films/Adel Productions

Césars for Best Actor (Alain Delon), Best Original Screenplay, 1984

Tenue de soirée (1986) 84 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Jean Penzer

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Sound: Bernard Bats, Dominique Hennequin

Artistic Direction: Théo Meurisse

Music: Serge Gainsbourg

Cast: Gérard Depardieu (Bob), Michel Blanc (Antoine), Miou-Miou (Monique), Bruno Cremer (Art collector), Jean-Pierre Marielle (L’homme dépressif), Michel Creton (Pedro)

Production: René Cleitman for Hachette Première/Philippe Dussart Productions/Ciné Valse/DD Productions

César for Best Actor (Michel Blanc), 1986.

Trop belle pour toi (1989) 91 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Philippe Rousselot

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Sound: Stéphane Granel

Artistic direction: Théo Meurisse

Music: Schubert

Cast: Gérard Depardieu (Bernard Barthélemy), Josiane Balasko (Colette Chevasus), Carole Bouquet (Florence Barthélemy), François Cluzet (Pascal), Roland Blanche (Marcello), Miriam Boyer (Geneviève)

Production: Bernard Marescot for Ciné Valse/DD Productions/Orly Films/Sedif/TF1Films

Prix spécial du jury, Cannes 1989; Césars for Best Film, Best Director (Bertrand Blier), Best Actress (Carole Bouquet), Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing (Claudine Merlin), all 1990; Prix de l’Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma 1990

Merci la vie (1991) 113 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Philippe Rousselot

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Sound: Pierre Garnet

Artistic Direction: Théo Meurisse

Music: Philippe Glass, Jacques Brel, David Byrne, Beethoven, Chopin, Puccini, Vivaldi

Cast: Charlotte Gainsbourg (Camille Pelleveau), Anouk Grinberg (Joëlle), Gérard Depardieu (Marc-Antoine), Michel Blanc (Raymond Pelleveau, young), Jean Carmet (Raymond Pelleveau, old), Jean-Louis Trintignant (German officer), Annie Girardot (Camille’s mother, old), Catherine Jacob (Camille’s mother, young), Jean Rougerie (doctor)

Production: Bernard Marescot for Ciné Valse/Film par Film/Orly Films/DD Productions/Sedif/Films A2

César for Best Supporting Actor (Jean Carmet), 1992

Un deux trois soleil (1994) 104 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Gérard de Battista

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Sound: Pierre Belve, Paul Bertault

Artistic direction: Théo Meurisse, Jean-Jacques Caziot, Georges Glon

Music: Khaled, Anton Bruckner, Gabriel Fauré

Cast: Anouk Grinberg (Victorine), Myriam Boyer (Victorine’s mother), Marcello Mastroianni (Victorine’s father), Irène Tassembedo (Gladys), Olivier Martinez (Petit Paul), Jean-Michel Noirey, Denise Chalem, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Claude Brasseur

Production: Gaumont/Ciné Valse/France 3 Cinéma

Mon homme (1996) (My Man) 98 min.

Screenplay: Bertrand Blier

Direction: Bertrand Blier

Photography: Pierre Lhomme

Editing: Claudine Merlin

Sound: Pierre Garnet

Artistic direction: Willy Holt, Georges Glon

Music: Barry White, Henryk Mikolaj Gorecki

Cast: Anouk Grinberg (Marie Arbath), Gérard Lanvin (Jeannot), Valéria Bruni-Tedeschi (Sanguine), Olivier Martinez (Jean-François), Sabine Azéma (Bérangère), Michel Galabru (client), Jean-Pierre Léaud (M. Claude), Mathieu Kassovitz (client)

Production: Alain Sarde/Plateau A with Studio Images 2 and the participation of Canal+

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