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  • Jacques Becker - Wikipedia

    Jacques Becker (French: ; 15 September 1906 – 21 February 1960) was a French screenwriter and film director. Becker first worked in the 1930s as an assistant to ...

  • Jacques Becker - IMDb

    Jacques Becker, Writer: Le trou. His interest in films was stimulated by a meeting with King Vidor, who offered him employment in the US as actor and assistant director.

  • Film Forum · JACQUES BECKER

    JACQUES BECKER Festival Wednesday, August 1 – Thursday, August 16 Assistant to Jean Renoir during his greatest years, Jacques Becker (1906-1960) perhaps outdid his ...

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  • Jacques Becker - biography and films

    A biography of the film director and writer Jacques Becker, including a list of films and links to reviews.

  • For Jacques Becker, God Was in the Details | Village Voice

    Jacques Becker, currently the subject of a full retrospective at Film Forum, was once one of the most undervalued of French filmmakers, seen by many...

  • Jacques Becker | BFI

    As an assistant to Jean Renoir in the 1930s, Becker drew from his mentor a fondness for realism and an unwavering sense of human decency. He became a director during ...

  • Where to begin with Jacques Becker | BFI

    Your next obsession: the post-war classics of French master Jacques Becker.

  • Jacques Becker • Great Director profile • Senses of Cinema

    b. September 15, 1906, Paris, France d. February 21, 1960, Paris, France Filmography Select Bibliography Web Resources What once was great, now appeared small.

  • The Liberation: Jacques Becker and Memoir of War - Film ...

    Scenes between the scenes: the brilliant French director of Edouard and Caroline and Rendezvous in July deserves a place on par with the New Wave that followed

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