Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Gerard Brach Biography (1927-)
Born July 23, 1927, in Paris, France. Addresses: HOME--Paris, France.
- Birth Details
- July 23, 1927
- Paris, France
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM WORK
- Director, Le Bateau sur l'herbe (also known as The Boat on the Grass), Valoria, 1970.
- Also directed La Maison, 1970.
- (With Roman Polanski and David Stone) Repulsion, Royal, 1965.
- (with Polanski) Cul-de-Sac, Filmways, 1966.
- (with Polanski and Jean Leon) A Taste for Women, Comet, 1966.
- (with Polanski) Beautiful Swindlers (also known as The World's Greatest Swindlers), Ellis, 1967.
- (with Polanski) Fearless Vampire Killers, or Pardon Me, but Your Teeth Are in My Neck (also known as Dance of the Vampires), Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer, 1967.
- (with Claude Berri and Michel Rivelin) The Two of Us (also known as Claude and The Old Man and the Boy), Cinema V, 1969.
- (with Jackie Glass) Secret World, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969.
- Wonderwall, Cinecentra, 1969.
- Le Bateau sur l'herbe (also known as The Boat on the Grass), Valoria, 1970.
- (With Polanski) Che? (also known as Diary of Forbidden Dreams), Production Artistique Cinematographique, 1973.
- (with Polanski) Le Locataire (also known as The Tenant), Paramount, 1976.
- Le Point de mire (also known as Focal Point), Warner Brothers/Columbia, 1977.
- (with Rafael Azcona) Ciao Maschio (also known as Bye Bye Monkey), Gaumont, 1978.
- Chiedo Asilo (also known as My Asylum), Gaumont, 1979.
- (With Moshe Mizrahi) Chere inconnue (also known as I Sent a Letter to MyLove), Atlantic, 1980.
- Le Coeur a l'envers (also known as My Heart Is Upside-Down), Societe Nouvelle Prodis, 1980.
- (with Polanksi and John Brownjohn), Tess, Columbia, 1981.
- Quest for Fire, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982.
- (with Michelangelo Antonioni and Tonino Guerra) Identificazione di una donna (also known as Identification of a Woman), Gaumont, 1982.
- (with Philippe de Broca) L'Africain (also known as The African) AMLF, 1983.
- Une pierre dans la bouche (also known as A Stone in the Mouth), GuevilleEtranger, 1983.
- Femme de mon pote (also known as My Best Friend's Girl and My Buddy's Girl), Cannon, 1983.
- Maria's Lovers, Cannon, 1984.
- Les Enrages (also known as The Rabid Ones), Roissy, 1984.
- La Meilleur de la vie (also known as The Best in Life), Spectrafilm, 1984.
- Les Favoris de la lune (also known as Minions of the Moon, Minions of theNight, and Favorites of the Moon), Spectrafilm, 1984.
- Le Bon Roi Dagobert (also known as Good King Dagobert), Gaumont, 1984.
- (with Polanski) Pirates, Cannon, 1984.
- Gazl el banat (also known as Adolescent Sugar of Love), Cinevideo, 1985.
- (with Andrew Birkin, Howard Franklin, and Alan Godard) The Name of the Rose, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986.
- Jean de Florette, Orion Classics, 1987.
- (with Alain Dergal, Philippe Bernaud, and Eduardo DeGregorio) Ou que tu sois (also known as Wherever You Are), Films du Volcan, 1987.
- Manon des sources (also known as Manon of the Springs), Orion Classics, 1987.
- Fuegos (also known as Fire), Union Generale Cinematographique, 1987.
- (with Andrei Konchalovsky and Marjorie David) Shy People, Cannon, 1987.
- (with Polanski) Frantic, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988.
- Also La Maison, 1970; J.J. Passion (short film); and The Promise.
- The Girl Opposite.
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