Jean Penzer


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Le Retour de Casanova (1992)
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Amelia Lopes O'Neill (1991)
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Trois places pour le 26 (1988)
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La Rumba (1987)
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Menage (1986)
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On Ne Meurt Que 2 Fois (1985)
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Notre Histoire (1984)
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La Femme de mon pote (1984)
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The African (1983)
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Le Bon Plaisir (1983)
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Une chambre en ville (1982)
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Cold Cuts (1981)
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5% de Risque (1980)
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Lady Oscar (1979)
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The Meetings of Anna (1978)
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Va Voir Maman, Papa Travaille (1978)
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Le Corps de Mon Ennemi (1976)
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L' Alpagueur (1976)
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L'Incorrigible (1975)
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Peur sur la Ville (1975)
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Aloise (1975)
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Salut l'artiste (1973)
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L' Heritier (1972)
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Les Charlots Font L'Espagne (1972)
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Without Apparent Motive (1971)
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Give Her the Moon (1970)
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Destroy, She Said (1970)
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The Devil by the Tail (1969)
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The Two of Us (1968)
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Seven Capital Sins (1963)
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Seven Capital Sins (1963)
Photographer for "Anger"
Playtime (1963)
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The Five Day Lover (1961)
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The Joker (1961)
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The Love Game (1960)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Meetings Of Anna, The (1972) - You Never Know With little explanation and some nudity, Aurore Clément as the title character, back at her hotel with a man (Helmut Griem as Heinrich) she evidently met at a screening of her film in Essen, West Germany, and a less than passionate parting, early in Chantal Akerman’s Les Rendez-vous D’Anna, 1978, a.k.a. The Meetings Of Anna.
Meetings Of Anna, The (1972) - Open, You're The Directress Full of decisions if not action, Chantal Akerman opens her first feature after the landmark Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles, 1975, at a train station in Essen, then-West Germany, and introduces her title character, Aurore Clément, as filmmaker Anne Silver, in Les Rendez-vous D’Anna, 1978, a.k.a. The Meetings Of Anna.
Meetings Of Anna, The (1972) - I Don't Like The Suburbs After she changed her mind about a sexual encounter the night before, touring film-maker Aurore Clément (title character) has decided to join new friend Heinrich (Helmut Griem) for a visit to his home in Bottrop, West Germany, outside Essen, where he fills her in about his life, in Chantal Akerman’s Les Rendez-vous D’Anna, 1978, a.k.a. The Meetings Of Anna.
Meetings Of Anna, The (1972) - You Never Talked To Me After a long chat on the train from Germany with a stranger about her early life in Brussels, Aurore Clément as the title character, touring film-maker Anna, arrives at there and meets Lea Massari, whom we’ll soon learn is her mother, in Belgian writer-director Chantal Akerman’s Les Rendez-vous D’Anna, 1978, a.k.a. The Meetings Of Anna.
Meetings Of Anna, The (1972) - One Mustn't Dwell On The Past Continuing her tour for screenings of her film, Aurore Clément (title character) arrives at the Hauptbahnhof (the main train station) in Cologne, West Germany, where’s she’s intercepted by family friend Ida (Magali Noël) whom she’d earlier told she wouldn’t have time to meet, in Chantal Akerman’s Les Rendez-vous D’Anna, 1978, a.k.a. The Meetings Of Anna.
Devil By The Tail (1969) -- Turn Around And Look Innocent! Amelie (Marthe Keller) delivers a fixed Cadillac to Maricorne (Yves Montand), a gangster posing as a diplomat, who feigns reluctance to leave her family's estate-turned-inn, then runs into a dragnet, in Philippe de Broca's Devil By The Tail, 1969.
Two Of Us, The (1967) - Whose Goose? Vignettes from the life of Jewish Claude (Alain Cohen), escaped from wartime Paris to live with surrogate grandparents Pepe (Michel Simon) and Meme (Luce Fabiole), who believe he's Catholic, from director Claude Berri's somewhat autobiographical first feature, The Two Of Us, 1967.
Devil By The Tail (1969) -- Just A Hair Opening of Philippe de Broca's hit comedy Devil By The Tail, 1969, impoverished nobleman Comte Georges (Jean Rochefort) examining his attic, his daughter (Marthe Keller) in the kitchen, Maria Schell and Yves Montand coming soon.
Devil By The Tail (1969) -- I Don't Like Husbands Gangster Maricorne (Yves Montand), tricked into checking in as a guest at her estate, introduces himself as a diplomat to the impoverished Marquise (Madeleine Renaud), then sets about charming her daughter (Maria Schell), in Philippe de Broca's Devil By The Tail, 1969.

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