Jacques Malaterre

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Jacques Malaterre is a French filmmaker and film director, born in Avignon, Vaucluse.

Teacher for children with disabilities, and host of radio stations before 1989, he made documentaries and the docufiction aired on television. Among the latter, A Species Odyssey, Homo sapiens and The Rise of Man, dedicated to prehistory and human evolution with scientist Yves Coppens as a consultant, had a wide audience with the general public.

On 29 September 2010, he released the film Ao: The Last Hunter, an adaptation of the novel by Marc Klapczynski, Ao l'homme ancien.


Year Title Role Notes
1993 L'amour dans l'âme Director & Writer Short
Mazeppa Technical advisor Directed by Bartabas
1996 Un siècle d'écrivains Director TV Series (1 Episode)
1997 Le cri du silence TV Movie
La colère d'une mère TV Movie
Juge et partie TV Movie
1998 Le choix d'une mère TV Movie
Un siècle d'écrivains TV Series (1 Episode)
1999-2000 Boulevard du Palais TV Series (4 Episodes)
2000 L'arlésien TV Movie
Sauvetage TV Series (1 Episode)
Vérité oblige TV Series (1 Episode)
2001 Commissariat Bastille TV Series (1 Episode)
2002 L'amour interdit Director & Writer TV Movie
2002-04 S.O.S. 18 Director TV Series (3 Episodes)
2003 A Species Odyssey Director, Writer & Editor Documentary
7 d'Or - Professionals Vote : Best Documentary
Nominated - European Film Award for European Documentary
2005 Homo sapiens Director Documentary
2007 Le sacre de l'homme Director & Writer Documentary
2009 Ce jour là, tout a changé Director TV Series (1 Episode)
2010 Ao: The Last Hunter Director & Writer
2011 Carmen TV Movie
Calanques, les-secrets, légendes et merveilles Director Documentary
2013 Le plus beau pays du monde Writer Documentary directed by Fred Fougea
2014 Monsieur Max et la Rumeur Director TV Movie
2016 The law of Christophe TV Movie
L'affaire de Maître Lefort Director & Writer TV Movie
2017 Les oubliés de l'histoire TV Series (12 Episodes)

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