Véra Belmont

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Véra Belmont
Born (1938-11-17) 17 November 1938 (age 78)
Paris, France
Occupation Film producer, film director, screenwriter
Years active 1959–present

Véra Belmont (born 17 November 1938) is a French film producer, director and screenwriter.

Career[edit]

Since 1960, she has produced 45 films, directed 5 films, and written 8 films. Her films were greatly inspired by François Truffaut and other members of the New Wave movement.[1] Her 1985 film Red Kiss was entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival, where Charlotte Valandrey won the Silver Bear for Best Actress.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1959 Bal de nuit Actress Directed by Maurice Cloche
La caméra explore le temps TV Series (1 Episode) directed by Guy Lessertisseur
1960 Ça va être ta fête Producer Directed by Pierre Montazel
Line of Sight Actress Directed by Jean-Daniel Pollet
Les Cinq Dernières Minutes TV Series (1 Episode) directed by Claude Loursais
1966 Les ruses du diable Producer Directed by Paul Vecchiali
1967 La loi du survivant Directed by José Giovanni
Le crime de David Levinstein Directed by André Charpak
1968 Naked Childhood Directed by Maurice Pialat
Les jeunes loups Directed by Marcel Carné
1969 Money-Money Directed by José Varela
1970 The Cop Directed by Yves Boisset
La faute de l'abbé Mouret Directed by Georges Franju
Quatre hommes aux poings nus Executive Producer Directed by Robert Topart
1972 Les petits enfants d'Attila Producer Directed by Jean-Pierre Bastid
1973 Lo Païs Directed by Gérard Guérin
Le mariage à la mode Directed by Michel Mardore
Pourquoi Israël Documentary directed by Claude Lanzmann
1975 Les oeillets rouges d'avril Director Documentary
French Provincial Producer Directed by André Téchiné
La route Directed by Jean-François Bizot
Dehors-dedans Directed by Alain Fleischer
À cause de l'homme à la voiture blanche Directed by Jean Rougeul
Weak Spot Co-Producer Directed by Peter Fleischmann
1976 Le jardin des supplices Producer Directed by Christian Gion
1977 Les loulous Directed by Patrick Cabouat
1978 La jument vapeur Directed by Joyce Buñuel
1979 Prisonniers de Mao Director, Writer & Producer
The Police War Producer Directed by Robin Davis
1980 Tendres Cousines Directed by David Hamilton
Les Charlots contre Dracula Directed by Jean-Pierre Desagnat
1981 Quest for Fire Co-Producer Directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud
Nominated - Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film
1982 Légitime violence Writer & Producer Directed by Serge Leroy
1983 Les mots pour le dire Producer Directed by José Pinheiro
1984 This Is My Country Directed by Lino Brocka
1985 Red Kiss Director, Writer & Producer Nominated - Berlin International Film Festival - Golden Berlin Bear
Diesel Producer Directed by Robert Kramer
1987 Fucking Fernand Writer & Producer Directed by Gérard Mordillat
La Vie est Belle Co-Producer Directed by Mwezé Ngangura & Benoît Lamy
1989 Cher frangin Producer Directed by Gérard Mordillat
1990 Eminent Domain Co-Producer Directed by John Irvin
1991 Milena Director, Writer & Producer
1992 Ben Rock Producer Directed by Richard Raynal
1994 Farinelli Directed by Gérard Corbiau
Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Nominated - Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
1997 Marquise Director, Writer & Producer Nominated - American Film Institute - Grand Jury Prize
Nominated - British Independent Film Award for Best Foreign Independent Film
The Truce Producer Directed by Francesco Rosi
David di Donatello Award for Best Producer
1999 Paddy Directed by Gérard Mordillat
Occupé ? Short directed by Xavier Castano
2002 Marie Marmaille TV Movie directed by Jean-Louis Bertucelli
2005 Chok-Dee Writer & Producer Directed by Xavier Durringer
2007 Survivre avec les loups Director, Writer & Producer
2013 Le grand retournement Delegate producer Directed by Gérard Mordillat
2016 Venise sous la neige Writer & Producer Directed by Elliott Covrigaru
2018 Second Generation Director, Writer & Producer Filming

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bates, Kirsten http://bombsite.com/issues/31/articles/1304, ‘’BOMB Magazine'’ Spring, 1990. Retrieved on 31 May 2013.
  2. ^ "Berlinale: 1986 Programme". berlinale.de. Retrieved 17 January 2011. 

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