Roger Hubert


Director Of Photography

About

Birth Place
France
Born
March 30, 1903

Biography

Acclaimed French cinematographer who began his career in 1923 and went on to work with some of his country's finest directors, including Abel Gance, Jacques Feyder, Marcel Carne and Jean Cocteau. Outstanding examples of Hubert's work include "Napoleon" (1927), "Les Enfants du Paradis" (1945) and "Therese Racquin" (1953)....

Biography

Acclaimed French cinematographer who began his career in 1923 and went on to work with some of his country's finest directors, including Abel Gance, Jacques Feyder, Marcel Carne and Jean Cocteau. Outstanding examples of Hubert's work include "Napoleon" (1927), "Les Enfants du Paradis" (1945) and "Therese Racquin" (1953).

Life Events

1923

Debut as film director and director of photography with "Le Retour a la Vie"

Videos

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Children Of Paradise, The (1945) -- Paris Is So Small Immediately from the opening credits, the "Boulevard of Crime" is revealed, with the introduction of Garance (Arletty) and her first suitor Frederic Lemaitre (Pierre Brasseur), from Marcel Carne's Children Of Paradise, 1945.
Children Of Paradise, The (1945) -- Open, Le Boulevard Du Crime Restoration credits and the elaborate opening from Marcel Carne's epic historical-romance-comedy Children Of Paradise, 1945, starring Arletty, Jean-Louis Barrault, Marcel Herrand and Pierre Brasseur, from an original screenplay by Carne and Jacques Prevert, produced during the Nazi occupation of France.
Children Of Paradise, The (1945) -- I Only Talk About Other People's Deaths Jericho (Pierre Renoir), Baptiste (Jean-Louis Barrault) and Silk-thread (Gaston Modot) are but a prelude to Larcenaire (Marcel Herrand) and Garance (Arletty), our for a philosophical evening in Marcel Carne's Children of Paradise, 1945.
Children Of Paradise, The (1945) -- An Error Of Justice Still during the first scene on the "Boulevard of Crime," Garance (Arletty) sees the mime Baptiste (Jean-Louis Barrault) for the first time, then is accused of a crime, in Marcel Carne's Children of Paradise, shot during the German occupation of France but released after the liberation, in 1945.
Children Of Paradise, The (1945) -- The True Authors Of This Crime In "The Man In White," the second part, usually called "epoch," of Marcel Carne's Children Of Paradise, 1945," taking place seven years after the first, around 1834, the now-prominent actor Lemaitre (Pierre Brasseur) has his way with a play and its authors.

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