Jean Boffety


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

In and Out of Fashion (1998)
Camera (For Film Excerpts)
Cinq jours en juin (1989)
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Doux amer (1989)
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Makom Le'yad Hayam (1988)
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Folie Suisse (1987)
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Le Coeur Musicien (1987)
Director Of Photography 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
Mort un dimanche de pluie (1986)
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Les Uns et les autres (1984)
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Canicule (1984)
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Garcon! (1983)
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By Design (1982)
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Edith et Marcel (1982)
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Croque la Vie (1981)
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Un Mauvais Fils (1980)
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The Hostage Tower (1980)
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The Angry Man (1979)
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Le Pull-Over Rouge (1979)
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Dizengoff 99 (1979)
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Quintet (1979)
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Une Histoire simple (1978)
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Un Papillon sur l'Epaule (1978)
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Comme les Anges dechus de la Planete St Michel (1978)
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The Lacemaker (1976)
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Mords pas on t'aime (1976)
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Mado (1976)
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Folle a Tuer (1975)
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Les Noces de Porcelaine (1975)
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Thieves Like Us (1974)
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Vincent, Francois, Paul... et les Autres (1974)
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Les Chinois a Paris (1973)
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Moi y'en a vouloir des Sous (1972)
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Tout le monde il est beau, tout le monde il est gentil (1972)
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The Big Shots (1972)
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Cesar et Rosalie (1972)
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Journey (1972)
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Eliza's Horoscope (1972)
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Boulevard du Rhum (1971)
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Les Malheurs d'Alfred (1971)
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Le Saut de l'ange (1971)
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Act of the Heart (1970)
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Thanos and Despina (1970)
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The Things of Life (1970)
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Un Peu, beaucoup, passionnement (1970)
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Wise Guys (1969)
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Le grand amour (1969)
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The Last Adventure (1968)
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Zita (1968)
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Je t'aime, je t'aime (1968)
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A Young World (1966)
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As Long as You've Got Your Health (1966)
Cinematographer
Yo Yo (1965)
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The Rright of Man (1960)
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Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Far From Vietnam (1968)
Principal collab (see note)

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Le Coeur Musicien (1987)
Other
By Design (1982)
Dp/Cinematographer

Cinematography (Short)

Feeling Good (2010)
Cinematographer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Yoyo (1965) - 1925 No dialogue or conventional sound, but exaggerated sound effects, and the distinctive style of the writer, director and star Pierre Etaix, opening his acclaimed first feature, Yoyo, 1965.
Yoyo (1965) - It's Her! From a circus hired for a house call by "Le Millionaire," (writer, director and star Pierre Etaix), the young title character (Philippe Dionet) wanders into the house, while the owner discovers the boy's mother (Claudine Auger), who looks like the girl he's dreamed of, in the early quasi-silent portion of Yoyo, 1965.
Le Grand Amour (1969) - Open, Tours Probably the only comedy that opens with an extended aerial shot and a wedding staged inside the historic Saint Gatiens Cathedral, at Tours, France, writer, director and star Pierre Etaix marrying his real-life wife Annie Fratellini, in Le Grand Amour, 1969.
Le Grand Amour (1969) - It Easily Becomes A Habit Still in his opening narrative taking place during his wedding, writer, director and star Pierre Etaix switches brides, baffles a waiter trapped in the flashback, and becomes entwined with Florence (Etaix's actual wife, Annie Fratellini), early in Le Grand Amour, 1969.
Yoyo (1965) - October 24, 1929 After opening segments silent with sound effects, nearly 30-minutes into the film, the first narration, as the Great Depression reduces the prospects of "Le Millionaire," the director, writer and star Pierre Etaix, in his highly-regarded first feature, Yoyo, 1965.
Le Grand Amour (1969) - Ten Years Younger Writer, director and star Pierre Etaix as "Pierre," the bored husband having an affair with assistant Agnes (Nicole Calfan), with pal Jacques (Alain Janey) who has advice until his own wife appears in the cafe, in Le Grand Amour, 1969.
Le Grand Amour (1969) - As A Good Christian Now establishing his ennui as a near middle-aged husband and executive, writer, director and star Pierre Etaix imagines how word gets about town in Tours, France, in Le Grand Amour, 1969.
Le Grand Amour (1969) - This Is Agnes Now bored with his bourgeois circumstance, Pierre (writer, director and star Pierre Etaix) is plausibly entranced at the first appearance of his new assistant Agnes (Nicole Calfan), less so with his wife (Annie Fratellini, the real Mrs. Etaix), in Le Grand Amour, 1969.
Thieves Like Us - You'll Play The Game! Old-time radio as the escaped convicts kill time, Bowie (Keith Carradine) chats with Mattie (Louise Fletcher) as T-Dub (Bert Remsen) and especially Chicamaw (John Schuck) get carried away with a game, in Robert Altman's Thieves Like Us, 1974.
Thieves Like Us - That's Dumb Escaped convict Bowie (Keith Carradine) in his first conversation with Keechie (Shelley Duvall), the niece of one of his colleagues, in Robert Altman's Thieves Like Us, 1974.
Thieves Like Us - Hit A Pothole One of director Robert Altman's captivating openings, inmates Bowie (Keith Carradine) and Chicamaw (John Schuck) intercept T-Dub (Bert Remsen) and guard Jasbo (John Roper) in Thieves Like Us, 1974.

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