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  • Lazare Meerson - Wikipedia

    Lazare Meerson (1900–1938) was a Russian-born art director in the cinema. After emigrating to France in the early 1920s, he worked on some notable French films of ...

  • Lazare Meerson | British-born motion-picture set designer ...

    Lazare Meerson: Lazare Meerson, motion-picture set designer whose work transformed French set design. His studio-built street scenes and sets for Jacques Feyder and René Clair in the 1930s marked the beginning of the development of French poetic realism, a complete break from the expressionism and impressionism

  • Lazare Meerson - IMDb

    Lazare Meerson, Art Director: À nous la liberté

  • Lazare Meerson - Writer - Films as Art Director:, Publications

    Lazare Meerson - Writer - Films as Art Director:, Publications on Film Reference

  • Lazare Meerson | Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos ...

    Find bio, credits and filmography information for Lazare Meerson on AllMovie - Art director Lazare Meerson is the father of French poetic realism, a movement that became popular…

  • Under the Roofs of Paris - Wikipedia

    Under the Roofs of Paris ... The setting of the film was defined by the elaborately realistic yet evocative set which Lazare Meerson devised to depict a street of ...

  • Gribiche | Silent Film Festival

    Gribiche is the first of three films Jacques Feyder made for Kamenka. ... Albatros’s new production designer Lazare Meerson conceived the studio interiors, ...

  • Divorce of Lady X, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Quite Wild ...

    title details and video sharing options. now playing Divorce of Lady X, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Quite Wild With Fatigue. Between the color-design by Lazare Meerson and the implacable poise of Logan (Laurence Olivier), the hotel manager (Victor Rietti) stands little chance of persuading the guest to share his room in The Divorce of Lady X, 1938.

  • René Clair - Wikipediaé_Clair

    René Clair (11 November 1898 ... Clair met the designer Lazare Meerson and the cameraman Georges Périnal who were to remain important collaborators with him for the ...

  • Lucie Derain – Women Film Pioneers Project

    Lucienne Dechorain, professional name Lucie Derain, was above all a film critic, but she was also a film director, film editor, fiction writer, and very likely a screenwriter.

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