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Jean-Marie Périer (born 1 February 1940) is a French photographer and film director.
On 22 June 1963, the magazine Salut les copains organised a concert on Place de la Nation in Paris, with singers such as Johnny Hallyday, Richard Anthony, Eddy Mitchell and Frank Alamo. It attracted over 150,000 young people and raised their spirits, with the following day's issue of the journal Paris-Presse having the headline "Salut les voyous!" The photographer and friend of many singers who photographed the concert was Jean-Marie Périer.
- 1970 : Tumuc Humac, a film taking place in the Tumuk Humak Mountains, with François Périer and André Pousse
- 1973 : Antoine et Sébastien, with Jacques Dutronc and Keith Carradine as John
- 1973 : Témoignages (TV series) (episode : Un monstre), with François Périer
- 1978 : Sale rêveur, with Jacques Dutronc and Lea Massari
- 1980 : Téléphone public (screened out of competition at the 1980 Cannes Film Festival)
- "Festival de Cannes: Public Telephone". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-05-30.
- http://www.jean-marie-perier.net/ Official website