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André Delvaux

 

André Delvaux

André, Baron Delvaux
Cineast André Delvaux and writer Suzanne Lilar in the 1980s
Cineast André Delvaux and writer Suzanne Lilar in the 1980s
Born (1926-03-21)21 March 1926
Heverlee, Belgium
Died 4 October 2002(2002-10-04) (aged 76)
Valencia, Spain
Nationality Belgian
Occupation Film director

André, Baron Delvaux (French: ; 21 March 1926 – 4 October 2002) was a Belgian film director and widely regarded as the founder of the Belgian national cinema. Born in Heverlee, he died in Valencia, Spain. He received the Magritte Honorary Award at the Magritte Awards 2011.

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  • Agel H. & J. Marty. 1996. André Delvaux : de l'inquiétante étrangeté à l'itinéraire initiatique. Lausanne : Age d'homme, ISBN 2-8251-0737-9, 978-2-8251-0737-9
  • Colville, G.M.M. 2006. Between surrealism and magic realism: the early feature films of André Delvaux. Yale French Studies 109: 115–128.
  • Mosley, P. 1994. From Book to Film: André Delvaux's alchemy of the image. The French Review 67: 813–823.
  • Nysenhole, A. (Ed.). 1985. André Delvaux ou les visages de l'imaginaire. Editions de l'Université de Bruxelles, 295 pp.

External links

  • André Delvaux by Henri Agel, Joseph Marty
  • The Man Who Had His Hair Cut Short
  • New York Times: André Delvaux
  • Obituary in the Independent
  • Dream is a second life
  • André Delvaux on IMDb
  • New releases of André Delvaux's films
  • Article on André Delvaux in la Libre Belgique (French)
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