Pierre Schoendoerffer, the Sentinel of Memory
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|Pierre Schoendoerffer, the Sentinel of Memory|
|Directed by||Raphaël Millet|
|Produced by||Olivier Bohler
|Written by||Raphaël Millet
|Music by||Marcel Heijnen
Teo Wei Yong
|Edited by||Nicolas Dupouy
Pierre Schoendoerffer, the Sentinel of Memory (original French title: Pierre Schoendoerffer, la sentinelle de la mémoire) is the first feature length documentary about French writer and filmmaker Pierre Schoendoerffer, directed by Raphaël Millet and produced by Olivier Bohler for Nocturnes Productions in 2011.
Pierre Schoendoerffer revisits his life and career, with a strong focus on the impact that his experience as a war cinematographer for the French army during the Indochina War had on him, as well as a war reporter during the Vietnam War when he filmed his 1967 Academy Award-winning documentary The Anderson Platoon named after the leader of the platoon - Lieutenant Joseph B. Anderson - with which Schoendoerffer and his crew were embedded.
Pierre Schoendoerffer, the Sentinel of Memory is a co-production between Nocturnes Productions and the Institut national de l'audiovisuel (INA, the French National Institute for Audiovisual).
It has been funded by the National Center of Cinematography and the moving image, with the support of the French Ministry of Defence, French pay-TV Orange Cinéma Séries, and Belgian public broadcaster RTBF.
- Pierre Schoendoerffer
- Raoul Coutard
- Constantin Costa-Gavras
- Jacques Perrin
- Dominique Merlin
- Boramy Tioulong
- Pedro Nguyen
- Pierre Gabaston
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