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Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info

Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo

Jean Pierre Jeunet

September 3, 1953 to present

ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.

ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.

ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)

ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.

ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.

ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.

ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.

Films


ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)

ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)

ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.

ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).

ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement

ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs

ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet

ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.

ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.

ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’

Award and Nominations


ØCésars

Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement

ØOscars

ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)

ØEuropean Film Awards

Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement

ØEdgar Award

Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie  


 Cinematic Style  


ØUse of wide angle

Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot

 
Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot


ØStylized and Grotesque sets

Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set



Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set


Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set



ØExaggerated Expressions

Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression


Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression


Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression



ØExcessive Use of Color

Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color


Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color


Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
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Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI


Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI


Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave. Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Directo    Jean Pierre Jeunet September 3, 1953 to present    ØJean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.   ØHis films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.   ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)   ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.   ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.   ØTogether, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.   ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.    Films   ØJeunet and Caro's first feature film was Delicatessen (1991)    ØThey next made The City of Lost Children (1995)    ØThe success of The City of Lost Children led to an invitation to direct the fourth film in the Alien series, Alien Resurrection (1997). This is where Jeunet and Caro ended up going their separate ways as Jeunet believed this to be an amazing opportunity and Caro was not interested in a film that lacked creative control working on a big-budget Hollywood movie.    ØJeunet directed Amélie (2001).    ØIn 2004, Jeunet released A Very Long Engagement    ØIn 2009, he released Micmacs    ØIn 2013, Jeunet released The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet    ØHe rejected offers to direct Hellboy and a Harry Potter movie.    ØJeunet spent years working on adapting Life of Pi and planning the film for the big screen but stepped aside from the project. Ang Lee went on to win the Academy Award for directing the film.    ØJean Pierre Jeunet accuses Guillermo Del Toro of copying ‘Delicatessen’ dance scene in ‘The Shape of Water’    Award and Nominations   ØCésars    Ø1981- César Award for Best Animated Short Film for Le Manège, 1991, 1992, Delicatessen, 2002 Amélie, 2005 for A Very Long Engagement    ØOscars    ØNomination in 2002 for Amélie (Best original Screen Play, Best foreign language film)    ØEuropean Film Awards    Ø1991 for Delicatessen, 2001 for Amélie, 2005 Nomination for European Film Award for Best Director for A Very Long Engagement    ØEdgar Award    Ø2005 Edgar Award for best scenery for Amélie         Cinematic Style     ØUse of wide angle    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Wide Angle Shot       ØStylized and Grotesque sets    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Stylized and Gritesque set        ØExaggerated Expressions    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Exaggerated Expression        ØExcessive Use of Color    Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Excessive Use of Color        ØInterest in object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI      Jean Pierre Jeunet French Film Director and Cinematic Styles_BD Films Info Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter.  Ø™His films are known to mix elements of fantasy, reality and science fiction either to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.  ™ ØA former animator. His first live action animation film was The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)  ™ ØHis movies are often marked by quirky, slapstick humor, alongside surrealist visuals.  ™ ØJean-Pierre Jeunet was born in Roanne, Loire, France. He bought his first camera at the age of 17 and made short films while studying animation at Cinémation Studios. Jeunet with his close friend Marc Caro, a designer and comic book artist who became his longtime collaborator and co-director.  Ø™ Together, Jeunet and Caro directed award-winning animations. Jeunet also directed numerous advertisements and music videos.  ™  ØJeunet's films often resonate with the late twentieth century French film movement, cinéma du look, and allude to themes and aesthetics involving German expressionism and the French New Wave.  Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI
Jean Pierre Jeunet's Cinematic Style: Interest in Object and CGI





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