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Connections

Cannes Film Festival
(Movies & TV)
Marcello Mastroianni
(Movies & TV)
Amnesty International
(Civil society)
Jean-Louis Trintignant
(Movies & TV)
Christian Marquand
(Movies & TV)
Fina Torres
(Movies & TV)
Jacqueline Sassard
(Movies & TV)
 

See also

Nadine Trintignant

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Nadine Trintignant

French film director, producer, and screenwriter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1934.

Countries: France (56%), Italy (22%), Venezuela (11%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Cannes Film Festival, Marcello Mastroianni, Amnesty International

 

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Nadine Trintignant was born in 1934 add something


1950

Christian Marquand - A native of Marseille , he was born to a Spanish father and an Arabic mother his sister was film director Nadine Trintignant, and he can be seen as a heartthrob in French movies of the 1950s


1960

She was a film director, producer, and screenwriter with extensive film credits from the 1960s to the present add something


1965

Trintignant made her directorial debut with her 1965 short film "Fragiliteé, ton nom est femme" add something


 

Trintignant's 1967 Film "Mon amour mon amour", which she both wrote and directed, was nominated for the Palme d'or award at the Cannes Film Festival of the same year add something

 

"Literature Resource Center" Her film "Mon amour, mon amour" was nominated for the Palme d'or at the 1967 Cannes Film Festival add something


1969

Jacqueline Sassard - Her final screen appearance was in Le voleur de crimes , directed by Nadine Trintignant in 1969


1970

Much of her work took place during the 1970s, which was a time of great advancement for woman filmmakers in France add something


1971

In 1971, she placed her name on the Manifesto of the 343, published in the French magazine Le Nouvel Observateur add something

 

The 1971 film starred Catherine Deneuve and Marcello Mastroianni as a couple who must cope with the death of their infant daughter add something


1973

Trintignant's next film "Défense de savoir" was released in 1973, followed by "Le Voyage de noces" in 1976 add something


1976

They remained together until their separation in 1976 add something


1980

Fina Torres - In 1980, Torres served as trainee assistant director to Nadine Trintignant on "Premier Voyage" She co-wrote a script with Catherine Philippe-Gérard, for which she secured production funds from both France's Arion Productions and Venezuela's state funding agency, FONCINE


1990

Throughout the 1990s and 2000s Trintignant continued to make films in collaboration with her family: "Rêveuse Jeunesse" and "Fugeuses" starred Marie; "L'insoumise" starred both Marie and Jean-Louis Trintignant, and was co-written by their son Vincent; and "L'île Bleu" was co-written again with Vincent add something


1991

In 1991, Trintignant joined 30 filmmakers to create "Contre L'Oubli" for Amnesty International add something


2003

Trintignant's most recent directorial credit is for the 2003 film "Colette, une femme libre", a film which once again had starred her daughter Marie add something