Bertrand Tavernier, who died Thursday at the age of 79, succeeded in digging his name among the top French directors and the most famous in the world, thanks to his various films in which he blended historical and contemporary stories, with a special passion for social issues.
The “Lumiere Institute” in Lyon, which he headed and concerned with the seventh art, announced in his tweet, “The absence of Bertrand Tavernier,” expressing “with his wife and his two sons Nils and Tiffany and his grandchildren” of “sadness and pain” for his departure.
His passion for cinema led him to make efforts to preserve cinematic heritage and ensure its transmission to future generations, driven by his desire to defend independent French cinema and his passion for the American twentieth century cinema. His aim, through his cinematic production, is to “explore and adapt eras and worlds through emotional personalities” with complex destinies, according to what he emphasized, pointing out that “the viewer not getting bored is a matter of politeness.”
His films won many awards, and he was nominated for an Oscar in 1983 for “Coe de Torchon”, and he won in the directing category at the Cannes Film Festival in 1984 for “Anne Dimanche alla Campanie”.
In 1990, he won the BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Film for “La Vie Ryan Dotter” and the “Golden Bear” award at the Berlin Festival for “Lapa” in 1995, and “The Golden Lion” at the Venice Festival for the entirety of his career in 2015.
The director, who is passionate about cinema and the author of his films, also won five Cesars in France.
His record is full of many successes, including «Le Gouge y Lasassanne» (1976), «On Soman de Vacances» (1980) and «Auteur de Minoy» who won the Oscar for best soundtrack in 1987, all the way to «La Princess de Montpensier» (2010). ) And Key Dorsey (2013).
He also presented to the big screen works of various kinds, including police, political, historical, adventure and war films, all of which are rich in secret feelings and social messages related to combating injustice, racism, drugs and unemployment.
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