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Tavernier, Bertrand

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Personal name headingTavernier, Bertrand
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Variant(s)Tavernier, René Maurice Bertrand, 1941-2021
LocatedSainte-Maxime-sur-Mer (France)
Birth date1941-04-25
Death date2021-03-25
Place of birthLyon (France)
Place of deathSainte-Maxime-sur-Mer (France)
Field of activityMotion pictures
AffiliationInstitut Lumière
Profession or occupationMotion picture producers and directors Screenwriters Actors Film historians
Found inBion, D. Bertrand Tavernier, cinéaste de l'émotion, c1984: t.p. (Bertrand Tavernier, cinéaste)
Arecco, S. Bertrand Tavernier, 1992: p. 4 of cover (Bertrand Tavernier, b. 1941 in Lyon, France)
The Lumière Brothers' first films [VR] 1997, c1996: container (narrated by Bertrand Tavernier, award-winning director of 'Round midnight, Coup de Torchon, The clockmaker, L627, A Sunday in the country, and Capitaine Conan)
Wikipedia, 12 February 2014 (Bertrand Tavernier; born 25 April 1941 in Lyon, France; French film director, screenwriter, actor, producer)
Washington post WWW site, viewed April 1, 2021 (in obituary dated March 26, 2021: Bertrand Tavernier, a French filmmaker who earned international acclaim for his humanistic, character-driven style and startling versatility, as well as for his tenacious efforts to promote and preserve cinematic history, died March 25 at his home in Sainte-Maxime, on the French Riviera. He was 79. Mr. Tavernier was president of the Institut Lumière, a French film organization. Mr. Tavernier also emerged as a leading evangelist for international cinema, organizing the Institut Lumière's annual film festival in Lyon, co-writing a 1,200-page history of American film and publishing a book of interviews with directors such as Robert Altman, Roger Corman and John Ford. René Maurice Bertrand Tavernier was born in Lyon on April 25, 1941)
LC database, April 1, 2021 (access point: Tavernier, Bernard; usage: Bernard Tavernier; associated resources include textual works by him in French)
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