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Also Known As: Died: September 12, 2010
Born: June 24, 1930 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: Director ...
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During WWII, family moved to Sardent; Chabrol operated a film club
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Worked as a film critic for <i>Arts</i> and <i>Cahiers du Cinema</i> during the 1950s
1956:
Short film acting, producing, co-writing and co-scoring debut, "Le coup de Berger" (dir. Jacques Rivette)
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Worked for 20th Century-Fox as press attache
1958:
Formed production company AJYM, which supported not only his own early features, but those of other New Wave directors
1958:
Film directing debut (also screenwriter; producer), "Le Beau Serge/Bitter Reunion/Handsome Serge"
1958:
First collaboration with Paul Gegauff, "Les cousins"; film also marked his first with actress Stephane Audran
1968:
Directed "Les Biches," starring Stephane Audran and Jacqueline Sassard
1970:
Again collaborated with wife Stephane Audran in "Le Boucher"
1971:
Made first English-language feature, "Ten Days' Wonder"
1975:
Last collaboration with Gegauff, "Les magiciens"
1985:
American TV directorial debut, "Les sang des autres/The Blood of Others"; a French-Canadian co-production made for HBO
1991:
Helmed an adaptation of Gustave Flaubert's "Madame Bovary"
1992:
Directed the feature "Betty"
1995:
Helmed the psychological thriller "La Cérémonie" with Jacqueline Bisset and Jean-Pierre Cassel
2000:
Directed the mystery "Merci pour le chocolat," with actress Isabelle Huppert
2009:
Directed last feature film "Bellamy," with Gerard Depardieu

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