- (1937- )Cinematographer, director, producer, and screenwriter. Claude Lelouch began his career by forming his own production company, Les Films 13, in 1960. He went on to produce his own films, the first feature being Le propre de l'homme (1961), in which he also stars. Lelouch is best known for his film Un homme et une femme (1966), which won a Golden Palm at Cannes and an Oscar for Best Foreign Film and Best Original Screenplay. He was awarded Best Director at the Montreal World Film Festival for Tout ça . . . pour ça! (1993). He directed, among other films, Vivre pour vivre (1967), Un homme qui me plaît (1969), Le voyou (1970), Smic Smac Smoc (1971), Toute une vie (1974), A nous deux (1979), Les Uns et les autres (1981), Un homme et une femme, 20 ans déjà (1986), Happy New Year (1987), Les Misérables (1995), and And Now . . . Ladies and Gentlemen (2002). He also directed the French segment for the internationally codirected film, 11'9"01 (2002).
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