Principle figure of Quebecois cinema who established himself as a leading cinema verite cinematographer and director in the late 1950s. Brault is noted for his acclaimed collaborations with Jean Rouch (who called him the "greatest cameraman in the world") and countryman Claude Jutra.
Director (Feature Film)
Cast (Feature Film)
Cinematography (Feature Film)
Writer (Feature Film)
Producer (Feature Film)
Editing (Feature Film)
Misc. Crew (Feature Film)
Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)
During summer vacation worked as cameraman for National Film Board of Canada
Joined National Film Board as director of photography
First credit as director of photography, Claude Jutra's short "Pierrot des bois"
First feature-length film as co-writer, co-director of photography and co-director (with Pierre Perrault), "Pour la suite du monde/The Moontrap"
Directed "Genevieve" segment of feature, "La fleur de l'age ou les adolescentes"