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Claude Lelouch

Born on October 30, 1937 in Paris, France
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The son of an Algerian Jewish confectioner, French director Claude Lelouch was billing himself as a "cinereporter" when he made his first short documentary films in the mid-1950s. Read Full Biography
Year Award Category Movie Result
1975 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Original Screenplay Toute une Vie Nominated
1971 Venice International Film Festival Film Presented Smic, Smac, Smoc Nominated
1967 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Foreign Language Film Vivre Pour Vivre Nominated
1967 British Academy of Film and Television Arts Best Film - Any Source A Man and a Woman Nominated
1966 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Director A Man and a Woman Nominated


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