List of French films of 1974

A list of films produced in France in 1974.

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
And Now My Love Claude Lelouch Marthe Keller, Charles Denner, André Dussollier Drama French-Italian co-production[1]
Arabian Nights Pier Paolo Pasolini Ninetto Davoli, Franco Merli, Ines Pellegrini Adventure, fantasy Italian-French co-production[2]
Bacchanales Sexuelles Jean Rollin Joelle Coeur, Marie-France Morel, Britt Anders Adult [3][4][5][6]
Black Thursday Michel Mitrani Christine Pascal, Christian Rist, Michel Auclair Drama [7][8]
Blood for Dracula Paul Morrissey Joe Dallesandro, Udo Kier, Maxime McKendry Horror Italan-French co-production[9][10][11]
Borsalino & Co. Jacques Deray Alain Delon, Riccardo Cucciolla, Catherine Rouvel Crime French-Italian-West German co-production[12]
Celine and Julie Go Boating Jacques Rivette Juliet Berto, Dominique Labourier, Bulle Ogier Avant-garde [13]
The Clockmaker Bertrand Tavernier Philippe Noiret, Jean Rochefort, Jacques Denis Drama [14]
Les Demoniaques Jean Rollin Joëlle Coeur, Lieva Lone, Patricia Hermenier Horror French-Belgian co-production[15][16][5]
Emmanuelle Just Jaeckin Sylvia Kristel, Alain Cuny, Daniel Sarki Adult [17]
The Girls of Kamare René Viénet Situationist
Going Places Bertrand Blier Gérard Depardieu, Miou-Miou, Patrick Dewaere Comedy-drama [18]
Hot and Naked Guy Maria Marie-Georges Pascal, Bob Asklöf, Jean-Michel Dhermay
Immoral Tales Walerian Borowczyk Lise Danvers, Paloma Picasso, Fabrice Luchini Adult, avant-garde, drama [19][20][21]
La Jeune Fille Assassinée Roger Vadim Roger Vadim, Sirpa Lane, Mathieu Carrière Thriller French-Italian-West German co-production[22]
Lacombe Lucien Louis Malle Pierre Blaise, Aurore Clément, Holger Loewenadler Drama French-Italian-West German co-production[23]
Lancelot du Lac Robert Bresson Luc Simon, Humbert Balsan, Vladmir Antolek-Oresk Drama French-Italian co-production[24]
The Mouth Agape Maurice Pialat Monique Mélinand, Philippe Léotard, Hubert Deschamps [25]
My Little Loves Jean Eustache Martin Loeb, Ingrid Caven, Dionys Mascolo Drama [26]
The Others Hugo Santiago Patrice Dally, Noelle Chatelet, Roger Planchon Drama, romance [27]
Parade Jaques Tati Jaques Tati, Karl Kossmayer, Pierre Bramma [28]
The Phantom of Liberty Luis Buñuel Jean-Claude Brialy, Monica Vitti, Paul Frankeur Avant-garde French-Italian co-production[29]
The Return of the Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe Yves Robert Pierre Richard, Jean Carmet, Mireille Darc Comedy [30]
Stavisky Alain Resnais Jean-Paul Belmondo, François Perier, Charles Boyer Drama French-Italian co-production[31]
Successive Slidings of Pleasure Alain Robbe-Grillet Anicée Alvina, Olga Georges-Picot, Jean-Louis Trintignant Crime [32][33]
Sweet Movie Dusan Makavejev Carole Laure, Pierre Clémenti, Anna Prucnal Avant-garde, comedy French-Canadian-West German co-production[34][35][36]
Tender Dracula Pierre Grunstein Peter Cushing, Alida Valli, Miou-Miou Horror [37][38]
Le Trio Infernal Francis Girod Romy Schneider, Michel Piccoli, Mascha Gonska Crime French-Italian-West German co-production[39][40]
Verdict André Cayatte Sophia Loren, Jean Gabin, Michel Albertini Crime, drama French-Italian co-production[41]
Violins at the Ball Michel Drach David Drach, Michel Drach, Jean-Louis Trintignant Drama [42]

Notes

References


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • 1970s film at Filmsdefrance.com
  • Films by year at Cinema-francais.fr
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