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Jean Ravel

Jean Ravel


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Editing (feature film)

L'Autrichienne (1990) as Editor
The last two days in the life of Marie Antoinette.
Cinq jours en juin (1989) as Editor
An autobiographical war drama set during the 1944 Normandy invasion.
Couleur du vent, La (1988) as Editor
A young woman falls in love with the writer of a manuscript. After spliting with her boyfriend she leaves Paris for New York in search of the writer she has never met.
Noyade interdite (1987) as Editor
Brise-glace (1987) as Editor
Three filmmakers each explore the experiences of a two week icebreaking mission on the Bonthian Sea off the coast of Sweden.
Cours prive (1986) as Editor
Ami de Vincent, L' (1983) as Editor
L'Etoile Du Nord (1982) as Editor
Toubib, Le (1979) as Editor
Argent des autres, L' (1978) as Editor
Bank executive Rainier allows his firm to deliver adventurous investor Chevalier d'Aven a huge loan, with what he thinks is his employer Mirement's total backing. Chevalier's business proves indeed to be disastrous, which forces the bank to cover up its high deficits. News of the scandal breaks out, and the bank now sees Rainier as the one being responsible for it - he is laid off. Wife Celine and union representative Arlette suggest he should sue his former boss.
Woman At Her Window, A (1976) as Editor
Adieu Poulet (1975) as Editor
Serieux comme le plaisir (1975) as Editor
La Cage (1975) as Editor
Le Train (1973) as Editor
Bluebeard (1972) as Editor
Richard Burton, starring as Baron von Sepper, an Austrian aristocrat noted for his blue-toned beard, and his appetite for beautiful wives. His latest spouse, an American beauty named Anne, discovers a vault in his castle that's filled with the frozen bodies of several beautiful women. When confronted with this slight oddity, Bluebeard explains to Anne that he found an easier alternative to divorce when he grew bored with his previous wives. In order to avoid being Bluebeard's next frozen bride, Anne must find a way to outwit her murderous hubby.
Fils, Le (1972) as Editor
Ange leaves New York to fly to his native Corsica. His mother is dying and Ange, who was not present when his father died, wishes to be present at her death. In Corsica Ange finds his brother Baptiste who married Maria, the woman he loved. He finds out that his father was killed, but nobody wants to tell him the name of the killer. And finally he finds two killers expecting him.
Veuve Couderc, La (1971) as Editor
Her youth has been spent working for a farm family, being raped by father and son, marrying the son who has now left her a happy widow. She is happy because World War I is over and she is enjoying being in control of the farm. And then she hires the handsome stranger who helped her carry the new incubator for chicks from the bus and across the canal. In the house by the canal with the job of raising and lowering the bridge for passing boats lives the widow's envious sister-in-law along with husband and nubile daughter.
Le Chat (1971) as Editor
Courbevoie (France), 1971. Julien Bouin, a former typographist, and his wife Clemence, who used to perform in a circus, hardly talk to each other in their small house, soon to be demolished. His cat Greffier being the only one he still gives affection to, he becomes the object of Clemence's anger.
Le Socrate (1969) as Film Editor
Paris in the Month of August (1968) as Film Editor
Two Weeks in September (1967) as Film Editor
Cecile is a young and beautiful Frenchwoman married to a much older Englishman. She loves her husband and seems to be content with her life, until she meets a younger man and feels forgotten passions stirring within her. She now finds herself confronted with a choice: to stay with the steady and peaceful love of her husband, or to run off for excitement and adventure with a new love?
Cloportes (1966) as Film Editor
Three little criminals get a tip for a great coup with lots of money in it. Unfortunately they lack the starting funds to buy the required welding torch. So they persuade their successful colleague Alphonse to join their team. But the well thought-out coup fails, and Alphonse is the only one of them who ends up in jail for several years. When he's released, he's out for revenge.
Chronicle of a Summer (1965) as Film Editor
Ethnographer-filmmaker Jean Rouch and sociologist-film critic Edgar Morin interview people on the streets of Paris during the summer of 1960.
The Hands of Orlac (1964) as Film ed for French version
A pianist has a transplant operation that gives him a new pair of hands. Unfortunately, the hands belonged to a murderer, and he finds the hands starting to take over his life and commit crimes. A seedy magician suspects what is happening and tries to blackmail him.
The Liars (1964) as Film Editor
Temptation (1962) as Film Editor

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Far From Vietnam (1968) as Principal collab (see note)
The Shameless Old Lady (1966) as Technical Advisor
A seventysomething grandmother, recently widowed, finds a new found independence in that she can finally do the things she always wanted to do.

Editing (short)

La Jetee (1962)
In the aftermath of WWIII, a man is sent back and forth through time to find a solution to the world''''s fate in this experimental short film.

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