Alain Delon
(Movies & TV)
Forbidden Games
Jean Cocteau
(Movies & TV)
Robert Ryan
(Movies & TV)
Jacques Tati
(Movies & TV)
Isa Miranda
(Movies & TV)

See also

René Clément

Knowledge Identifier: +Rene_Clement


Rene Clement

Film director add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1913.

Countries: France (50%), United States (27%), Italy (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Alain Delon, Forbidden Games, Rider on the Rain




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René Clément was born in 1913 add something


Clément spent the latter part of the 1930s making documentaries in parts of the Middle East and Africa add something


In 1936, he directed his first film, a 20 minute short written and featuring Jacques Tati add something


In 1937, he and archaeologist Jules Barthou were in Yemen making preparations to film a documentary, the first ever of that country and one that includes the only known film image of Imam Yahya add something


Jean-Charles Tacchella - In 1948, Tacchella, along with Bazin, Jacques Doniol-Valcroze, Astruc, Claude Mauriac, René Clément and Pierre Kast, established Objectif 49, an avant-garde film club whose president was Jean Cocteau


Isa Miranda - Cannes Film Festival - In 1949, she starred in René Clément's "The Walls of Malapaga", which won an Academy *award for the most outstanding foreign language film of 1950, and for Miranda, the "Palme d'Or" at the Cannes Film Festival


Jean Gabin - Nevertheless, he was cast in the lead role of the 1949 René Clément film "Au-Delà Des Grilles" that won the Academy *award for Best Foreign Language Film


From there René Clément became one of his country's most successful and respected directors, garnering numerous awards including two films that won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, the first in 1950 for "The Walls of Malapaga" and the second time two years later for "Forbidden Games" add something


Narciso Yepes - In 1952 a work , Yepes claims to have written when he was a young boy, became the theme to the film "Forbidden Games" by René Clément


This Angry Age - "'This Angry Age"' is a 1958 drama film directed by René Clément and produced by Dino De Laurentiis


The Joy of Living - "'The Joy of Living"' is a 1961 Italian-French comedy film directed by René Clément


Clément had international success with several films but his star-studded 1966 epic "Is Paris Burning-", written by Gore Vidal and Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Paul Graetz was a costly box office failure add something


Larry Collins (writer) - The book was an instant success and was made into a movie in 1966 by director René Clément, starring Kirk Douglas, Glenn Ford and Alain Delon


Francis Lai - In 1969, he wrote the score for director René Clément's film, "Rider On The Rain"


And Hope to Die - "'And Hope to Die"' is a 1972 French-Italian thriller-drama film directed by René Clément and starring Jean-Louis Trintignant and Robert Ryan


Clément continued to make a few films until his retirement in 1975, including an international success with "Rider On The Rain" that starred Charles Bronson and Marlène Jobert add something


In 1984 the French motion picture industry honored his lifetime contribution to film with a special César Award add something


René Clément died in 1996 and was buried in the local cemetery in Menton on the French Riviera where he had spent his years in retirement add something

René Clément died in 1996 add something


Purple Noon - On December 4, 2012, the Criterion Collection released the high-definition digital restoration of "Purple Noon" on Blu-ray and DVD. Special features include an interview with René Clément scholar and author Denitza Bantcheva, archival interviews with Alain Delon and Patricia Highsmith, the film's original English-language trailer, and a booklet featuring an essay by film critic Geoffrey O'Brien and excerpts from a 1981 interview with Clément