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Bernard Stora

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Bernard Stora
Bernard Stora, in 2007.
Born (1942-11-22) 22 November 1942 (age 79)
OccupationDirector, Screenwriter
Years active1964-present

Bernard Stora (born 22 November 1942) is a French director and screenwriter.

Filmography

Year Title Role Box Office Notes
1964 Inferno Assistant Director $400.000[1] Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot
Patate Assistant Director $10.4 million[2] Directed by Robert Thomas
1966 Le Père Noël a les yeux bleus Assistant Director Directed by Jean Eustache
1968 Le tatoué Assistant Director $24.1 million[3] Directed by Denys de La Patellière
Les cracks Assistant Director $22.1 million[4] Directed by Alex Joffé
1969 Le clan des siciliens Assistant Director $36.2 million[5] Directed by Henri Verneuil
Staircase Assistant Director $1.9 million Directed by Stanley Donen
1970 Le Cercle Rouge Assistant Director $32.5 million[6] Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville
Darling Lili Assistant Director $3.3 million Directed by Blake Edwards
1971 The Married Couple of the Year Two Assistant Director $21.2 million[7] Directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau
Un peu de soleil dans l'eau froide Assistant Director $3.4 million[8] Directed by Jacques Deray
The Burglars Assistant Director $33.1 million[9] Directed by Henri Verneuil
1972 Le Tueur Assistant Director $6.8 million[10] Directed by Denys de La Patellière
1973 The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob Assistant Director $54.7 million[11] Directed by Gérard Oury
Story of a Love Story Assistant Director Directed by John Frankenheimer
1975 French Connection II Assistant Director $18.2 million[12] Directed by John Frankenheimer
1977 Shadow of the Castles Assistant Director Directed by Daniel Duval
1978 La Carapate Second Unit Director $21.9 million[13] Directed by Gérard Oury
La tortue sur le dos Actor $255.000[14] Directed by Luc Béraud
1979 L'adoption Writer Directed by Marc Grunebaum
1980 Three Men to Kill Second Unit Director $16.5 million[15] Directed by Jacques Deray
The Umbrella Coup Second Unit Director $18.4 million[16] Directed by Gérard Oury
1981 For a Cop's Hide Second Unit Director $17.8 million[17] Directed by Alain Delon
1982 Le choc Second Unit Director $11.3 million[18] Directed by Robin Davis
All Fired Up Second Unit Director $17.1 million[19] Directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau
1983 Le jeune marié Director & Writer $3.2 million[20]
Le Battant Second Unit Director $14.5 million[21] Directed by Alain Delon
Pablo est mort Writer TV Movie directed by Philippe Lefebvre
1984 The Judge Writer Directed by Philippe Lefebvre
1985 An Impudent Girl Writer $20.7 million[22] Directed by Claude Miller
Nominated - César Award for Best Writing
True West Adaptation Play directed by Jean-Michel Ribes & Luc Béraud
1986 L'inconnue de Vienne Director & Writer TV Movie
1987 Vent de panique Director & Writer
1988 La petite amie Writer $375.000[23] Directed by Luc Béraud
1989 À corps et à cris Writer TV Movie directed by Josée Dayan
1990 Six crimes sans assassins Director & Writer TV Movie
Le retour d'Arsène Lupin Writer TV Series (1 Episode) directed by Jordi Cadena
1991 La grande dune Director & Writer TV Movie
All Out Writer Directed by Thomas Koerfer
1992 Max et Jérémie Writer $4.7 million[24] Directed by Claire Devers
Stranger in the House Writer $3.1 million[25] Directed by Georges Lautner
La femme à l'ombre Writer TV Movie directed by Thierry Chabert
1993 The Flood Writer Directed by Igor Minaiev
Partenaires Director Play
1994 Consentement mutuel Director & Writer $1 million[26]
La corruptrice Director & Writer TV Movie
Les nuiteux Writer TV Movie directed by Josée Dayan
Couchettes express Writer TV Movie directed by Luc Béraud
1996 Sixième classique Director & Writer TV Movie
Crédit bonheur Writer TV Movie directed by Luc Béraud
1997 Avocat d'office Director & Writer TV Series (1 Episode)
1999 Un dérangement considérable Director & Writer Cairo International Film Festival - Best Screenplay
Cairo International Film Festival - Golden Pyramid
Mons International Festival of Love Films - Prix Ciné Femme
George Dandin Director TV Movie
2000 Mémoires en fuite Writer TV Movie directed François Marthouret
2001 Demain et tous les jours après Director & Writer TV Movie
L'aîné des Ferchaux Director & Writer TV Mini-Series
2002 Les amants de Mogador Writer TV Movie directed Souheil Ben-Barka
2003 Une preuve d'amour Director & Writer TV Movie
Luchon International Film Festival - Grand Prize French Fiction
2004 Suzie Berton Director & Writer TV Movie
Festival du Film Policier de Cognac - Grand Prix Téléfilm
Une autre vie Writer TV Movie directed by Luc Béraud
2006 Le Grand Charles Director, Writer
& Narrator
TV Mini-Series
Festival de Programmes Audiovisuels - TV Series
Luchon International Film Festival - Grand Prize History
Nominated - Banff World Media Festival - Best Mini-Series
2008 Elles et Moi Director & Writer TV Mini-Series
2010 Le 3e jour Director & Writer TV Movie
2011 Isabelle disparue Director & Writer TV Movie
Celle que j'attendais Director & Writer TV Movie
Bienvenue à Bouchon Writer TV Movie directed by Luc Béraud
2013 La dernière campagne Director & Writer TV Movie
Luchon International Film Festival - Best Screenplay
Ce monde est fou Writer TV Movie directed by Badreddine Mokrani
2014 La douce empoisonneuse Director & Writer TV Movie
2020 Villa Caprice Director & Writer

References

  1. ^ "L'Enfer (HG Clouzot) (2009)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  2. ^ "Patate (1964)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  3. ^ "Le Tatoué (1968)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  4. ^ "Les Cracks (1968)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  5. ^ "Le Clan des siciliens (1969)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  6. ^ "Le Cercle rouge (1970)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  7. ^ "Les Mariés de l'an II (1971)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  8. ^ "Un peu de soleil dans l'eau froide (1971)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  9. ^ "Le Casse (1971)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  10. ^ "Le Tueur (1972)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  11. ^ "Les Aventures de Rabbi Jacob (1973)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  12. ^ "The French Connection II (1975)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  13. ^ "La Carapate (1978)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  14. ^ "La Tortue sur le dos (1978)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  15. ^ "Trois hommes à abattre (1980)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  16. ^ "Le Coup du parapluie (1980)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  17. ^ "Pour la peau d'un flic (1981)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  18. ^ "Le Choc (1982)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  19. ^ "Tout feu tout flamme (1982)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  20. ^ "Le Jeune marié (1983)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  21. ^ "Le Battant (1983)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  22. ^ "L'Effrontée (1985)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  23. ^ "La Petite amie (1988)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  24. ^ "Max et Jérômie (1992)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  25. ^ "L'Inconnu dans la maison (1992)". www.jpbox-office.com.
  26. ^ "Consentement mutuel (1994)". www.jpbox-office.com.
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