List of French films of 1969

A list of films produced in France in 1969.

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
Army of Shadows Jean-Pierre Melville Lino Ventura, Simone Signoret Drama French-Italian co-production[1]
The Battle of El Alamein Giorgio Ferroni Ira Furstenberg, Frederick Stafford, Robert Hossein War Italian-French co-production[2]
The Brain Gérard Oury Jean-Paul Belmondo, Bourvil, David Niven Comedy French-Italian co-production[3][4]
Calcutta Louis Malle Documentary [5][6]
Le clan des siciliens Henri Verneuil Jean Gabin, Alain Delon, Lino Ventura Crime French-Italian co-production[7]
Drop Them or I'll Shoot Sergio Corbucci Gastone Moschin, Sylvie Fennec, Johnny Hallyday Western French-Italian-West German co-production[8][9]
Erotissimo Gérard Pirès Annie Girardot, Jean Yanne, Francis Blanche Comedy French-Italian co-production[10]
Les femmes Jean Aurel Brigitte Bardot, Maurice Ronet, Anny Duperey Comedy French-Italian co-production[11]
A Gentle Woman Robert Bresson Dominique Sanda, Guy Frangin, Jane Lobre Drama [12]
Goto, Island of Love Walerian Borowczyk Pierre Brasseur, Ligia Branice, Jean-Pierre Andréani Drama [13][14]
The Great Love Pierre Étaix Pierre Étaix, Annie Fratellini, Nicole Calfan Comedy [15]
Hibernatus Edouard Molinaro Louis de Funès, Claude Gensac, Martine Kelly Comedy French-Italian co-production[16]
Joy of Learning Jean-Luc Godard Juliet Berto, Jean-Pierre Léaud Avant-garde [17][18]
Medea Pier Paolo Pasolini Maria Callas, Guiseppe Gentili, Laurent Terzieff Drama Italian-French-West German co-production[19][20]
The Milky Way Luis Buñuel Laurent Terzieff, Paul Frankeur, Alain Cuny Comedy-drama French-Italian co-production[21]
Mississippi Mermaid François Truffaut Catherine Deneuve, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Michel Bouquet Drama French-Italian co-production[22]
More Barbet Schroeder Mimsy Farmer, Klaus Grunberg, Heinz Engelmann Drama French-Luxembourgian co-production[23]
Mr. Freedom William Klein John Abbey, Delphine Seyrig, Donald Pleasence Comedy, Fantasy [24]
My Night at Maud's Éric Rohmer Jean-Louis Trintignant, Françoise Fabian, Antoine Vitez Comedy-drama [25]
My Uncle Benjamin Edouard Molinaro Jacques Brel, Claude Jade, Rosy Varte Comedy French-Italian co-production[26]
Orgasmo Umberto Lenzi Carroll Baker, Lou Castel, Colette Descombes Thriller Italian-French co-production[27][28]
Pigsty Pier Paolo Pasolini Pierre Clémenti, Jean-Pierre Léaud, Alberto Lionello Comedy-drama Italian-French co-production[29]
La Piscine Jacques Deray Alain Delon, Romy Schneider, Maurice Ronet Drama French-Italian co-production[30]
So Sweet, So Perverse Umberto Lenzi Carroll Baker, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Erika Blanc Thriller Italian-West German-French co-production[31][32]
This Man Must Die Claude Chabrol Michel Duchaussoy, Caroline Cellier, Jean Yanne Thriller French-Italian co-production[33]
Time to Live Bernard Paul Marina Vlady, Frederic de Pasquale, Catherine Allegret Comedy-drama [34]
Una sull'altra Lucio Fulci Elsa Martinelli, Jean Sobieski, John Ireland Mystery Italian-French-Spanish co-production[35][36]
The Unfaithful Wife Claude Chabrol Stéphane Audran, Michel Bouquet, Maurice Ronet Drama French-Italian Co-production[37]
Z Costa Gavras Irene Papas, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Yves Montand Thriller French-Algerian co-production[38]


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • 1960s film at
  • Films by year at
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