Jean Vigo Prize

   See Prix Jean-Vigo.

Historical Dictionary of French Cinema. . 2007.

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  • Prix Jean-Vigo — Jean Vigo Prize    Founded in 1951 by Claude Aveline, this annual award is named after the director Jean Vigo. It emphasizes originality and is often granted to emerging directors. After 1960, it was decided that two awards would be given each… …   Guide to cinema

  • Prix Jean-Vigo — Jean Vigo Prize    Founded in 1951 by Claude Aveline, this annual award is named after the director Jean Vigo. It emphasizes originality and is often granted to emerging directors. After 1960, it was decided that two awards would be given each… …   Historical Dictionary of French Cinema

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  • Godard, Jean-Luc — (1930 )    Director and screenwriter. Jean Luc Godard was born in Paris and spent his childhood in Switzerland before returning to Paris to attend lycée. In 1940, when Germany initially defeated France, he obtained Swiss citizenship and returned… …   Guide to cinema

  • Godard, Jean-Luc — (1930 )    Director and screenwriter. Jean Luc Godard was born in Paris and spent his childhood in Switzerland before returning to Paris to attend lycée. In 1940, when Germany initially defeated France, he obtained Swiss citizenship and returned… …   Historical Dictionary of French Cinema

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