Jacques Demy
(Movies & TV)
Cannes Film Festival
(Movies & TV)
Claude Lelouch
(Movies & TV)
Dirk Bogarde
(Movies & TV)
Paul Grimault
(Movies & TV)
Jean-Louis Trintignant
(Movies & TV)
George Cukor
(Movies & TV)

See also

Anouk Aimée

Knowledge Identifier: +Anouk_Aimee


Anouk Aimee

French film actress, having appeared in 70 films since 1947, when she began her film career at age 14 add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1932.

Countries: France (54%), Italy (23%), United States (15%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Jacques Demy, Cannes Film Festival, Claude Lelouch




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Anouk Aimée was born in 1932 add something


Aimée made her film debut in 1946, at the age of fourteen, in the role of "Anouk" in "La Maison sous la mer", and she kept the name afterwards add something


Maurice Ronet - He dated actress Anouk Aimée from 1958 to 1960


In the 1960s, "Life" magazine wrote that "after each picture her enigmatic beauty lingered" in the memories of her audience, and called her "the Left Bank's most beautiful resident add something


She appeared again in Fellini's "8½", and would remain in Italy during the first half of the 1960s, making films for a number of Italian directors add something


Jacques Demy - After working with the animator Paul Grimault and the filmmaker Georges Rouquier, Demy directed his first feature film, "Lola", in 1961, with Anouk Aimée playing the eponymous cabaret singer


Cannes Film Festival - Primarily due to the excellent acting by its stars, Aimée and Jean-Louis Trintignant, the film became an international success, winning both the Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 1966 and an Oscar add something


Aimée's greatest success came in 1966 with the film "Un homme et une femme" directed by little known Claude Lelouch add something


She won the 1967 Golden Globe award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Drama and the award for Best Actress at the 1980 Cannes Film Festival add something


In 1969 she starred in the American film production of "Justine, costarring Dirk Bogarde and directed by George Cukor and Joseph Strick add something


Model Shop (film) - "'Model Shop"' is a 1969 American film by French writer-director Jacques Demy starring Gary Lockwood, Alexandra Hay and Anouk Aimée and featuring a guest appearance by Spirit who recorded the soundtrack


Luciano Tovoli - In 1983, Tovoli directed and cowrote "Il Generale dell'armata morte" based on a novel by Ismail Kadare, starring Marcello Mastroianni and Anouk Aimée


Another American film, "La Brava", starring Dustin Hoffman, was set to be made in 1984 but never completed add something

Anouk Aimée died in 1994 add something


She was noted for her "striking features" and beauty, and considered "one of the hundred sexiest stars in film history," according to a 1995 poll conducted by "Empire Magazine" add something


Words like "regal," "intelligent" and "enigmatic" are frequently associated with her, notes one author, giving Aimée "an aura of disturbing and mysterious beauty" that has earned her the status of "one of the hundred sexiest stars in film history," according to a 1995 poll conducted by "Empire Magazine" add something


In 2002 she received an honorary César award, France's national film award add something


In 2002 she received an honorary César award, France's national film award, and in 2003 received an honorary Golden Berlin Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival add something


In late 2013, the Cinemania film festival in Montreal, Canada, paid tribute to Aimée's career add something


In February 2019 she reunited with director Claude Lelouch and co-star Jean Louis Trintignant to start filming a follow up to 1966 "Un homme et une femme" and its sequel, "Un homme et une femme, 20 ans deja" from 1986 add something