Jacques Rivette Net Worth

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Jacques Rivette (French: [?ak ?iv?t]; born 1 March 1928) is a French film director, screenwriter and film critic. His best-known films include Celine and Julie Go Boating, La Belle Noiseuse and the rare thirteen-hour Out 1.He was a member of the French New Wave, a group that included François Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Éric Rohmer and Claude Chabrol, who all began their careers as film critics at Cahiers du Cinéma in the 1950s and gained international recognition as film directors in the 1960s (though Rivette perhaps had greater success and recognition as a filmmaker in the 1970s). As a film critic, he expressed his admiration for popular American cinema, especially genre directors such as Robert Aldrich, Otto Preminger, Alfred Hitchcock and Frank Tashlin. As a film director, he is known for using extended running times and loose narratives to explore the symbiosis and clash between reality and imagination. His films often combine the paranoid and conspiratorial crime stories of films by Louis Feuillade and Fritz Lang with the more carefree characters of the films of Jean Renoir and Howard Hawks.Film critic Raphaël Bassan has said that Rivette is "the only filmmaker of the ex-New Wave—along with Godard—who keeps making truly personal work on the level of film, while his colleagues from the early days have long rejoined the ranks of the qualité française [mainstream French films]". François Truffaut said that the French New Wave happened because of Rivette, and Marc Chevrie has called Rivette "vaguely legendary but largely unknown."
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Date Of BirthMarch 1, 1928
Place Of BirthRouen, Seine-Maritime, France
ProfessionDirector, Writer, Actor
SpouseMarilù Parolini
Star SignPisces
1Several of his movies feature a mostly female ensemble
2Usually directs movies of considerable length
3Often casts Bulle Ogier, Juliet Berto and Michel Piccoli
4Often directs literary adaptations
5Often directs period pieces
1People who go to, say, one film every two weeks and tell themselves, "I will see the great films, but not the others, not the commercial movies," I think those people have no chance of really seeing cinema. I think that cinema is only accessible to those who accept that they must consume the "mainstream." On the other hand, the consumers of mainstream cinema who reject [Marguerite] Duras, [Robert] Bresson, [Jean-Marie] Straub or [Werner] Schroeter, are also people who refuse cinema. That said, it's a question of lifestyle: there are those whose daily schedule includes two hours to watch a movie, others who prefer to read, or listen to music.
2[on television] I have no relation with television. It's not a willed refusal. First, because I'm never at home; there too, it's a question of lifestyle. I have on occasion seen films on television at friends' homes, and since I'm not used to it, I've always had the impression that I was not watching the film, that I was seeing something else, a reflection . . . It was not a real connection! I agree with what [Jean] Eustache says, television is great for a second viewing, but not for discovering a film. It's a bit like seeing a film again on the editing table. And when I speak with people who've seen on television a film I saw earlier on the screen, I always have the impression that they haven't seen quite the same film, but maybe that's wrong.
3[on All About Eve (1950)] I still think that Eve is a failed Broadway piece and that it's not for nothing that he [Joseph L. Mankiewicz] left after the first scene of [Jean] Cocteau's Monstres sacrés (which by the way is not a good Cocteau film) because as I see it, the first scene is so powerful that one cannot write the ending or, if one does, one is doomed to churn out a scenario à la Bernstein. Either one drops the subject, or one ends up with something as bad as the third act of Monstres sacrés or the final scenes between [George] Sanders and Anne Baxter, of which I have a horrific memory. The truth is, I really liked Mankiewicz's films from the 50s, and when I saw some of them again, it was maybe in passionate circumstances ... I know that was the case for Eve.
4[on James Cameron] Cameron isn't evil, he's not an asshole like Spielberg. He wants to be the new De Mille. Unfortunately, he can't direct his way out of a paper bag.
1His 10 favourite movies are: The Life of Oharu (1952), Germany Year Zero (1948), True Heart Susie (1919), Sunrise (1927), The River (1951), Ivan the Terrible, Part I (1945) and Ivan the Terrible, Part II (1958) (tied for the sixth place), L'Atalante (1934), Day of Wrath (1943), Monsieur Verdoux (1947) and Mr. Arkadin (1955).
2His main sources of inspiration for L'amour fou (1969) were Les idoles (1968) (which starred the same actress, Bulle Ogier) and Pirandello's play 'To Find Oneself', of which he had attended a stage performance with Delphine Seyrig.


36 vues du Pic Saint Loup2009
The Duchess of Langeais2007
Histoire de Marie et Julien2003
Va Savoir (Who Knows?)2001
Secret défense1998
Lumière et compagnie1995Documentary segment "Jacques Rivette/Paris"
Up, Down, Fragile1995
Jeanne la Pucelle II - Les prisons1994
Jeanne la Pucelle I - Les batailles1994
La belle noiseuse1991
The Gang of Four1989
Wuthering Heights1985
Love on the Ground1984
Paris s'en va1981Short
Le Pont du Nord1981
Essai sur l'agression1974Short
Naissance et mont de Prométhée1974Short
Celine and Julie Go Boating1974
Out 1: Spectre1972
Out 1, noli me tangere1971
L'amour fou1969
Cinéastes de notre temps1966-1967TV Series documentary 4 episodes
The Nun1966
Paris Belongs to Us1961
Le coup du berger1956Short
Le divertissement1952
Le quadrille1950Short
Aux quatre coins1949Short


36 vues du Pic Saint Loup2009scenario
The Duchess of Langeais2007
Histoire de Marie et Julien2003scenario
Va Savoir (Who Knows?)2001scenario
Secret défense1998scenario
Up, Down, Fragile1995scenario
Jeanne la Pucelle I - Les batailles1994
La belle noiseuse1991scenario
The Gang of Four1989scenario
Wuthering Heights1985scenario
Love on the Ground1984scenario
Paris s'en va1981Short scenario
Le Pont du Nord1981scenario
Naissance et mont de Prométhée1974Short
Celine and Julie Go Boating1974scenario - as Rivette
Out 1: Spectre1972
Out 1, noli me tangere1971scenario - uncredited
L'amour fou1969screenplay
The Nun1966
Paris Belongs to Us1961scenario and dialogue
Le coup du berger1956Short scenario and dialogue


Up, Down, Fragile1995M. Pierre (uncredited)
Jeanne la Pucelle I - Les batailles1994Le prêtre (uncredited)
La mémoire courte1979Marcel Jaucourt (Premier Flashback)
Paris Belongs to Us1961Romanian man at the party (uncredited)
Le coup du berger1956ShortNarrator (voice, uncredited)
Le château de verre1950Un passant (uncredited)


La sonate à Kreutzer1956
Une visite1955Short


Cinéastes de notre temps1967TV Series documentary producer - 3 episodes


Toute révolution est un coup de dés1977Short dedicatee


Cinéphiles de notre temps2012TV Series documentaryHimself
Hitchcock et la nouvelle vague2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
Lumière et compagnie1995DocumentaryHimself (segment "Sarah Moon (I)")
Cinéma, de notre temps1994TV Series documentaryDirector
Cinéastes de notre temps1964-1970TV Series documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

Vadim Mister Cool2016TV MovieHimself
Les Mystères de Paris: 'Out 1' de Jacques Rivette revisité2015DocumentaryHimself
Gilles Jacob: CIitizen Cannes2010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Deux de la Vague2010DocumentaryHimself
Cannes, 60 ans d'histoires2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
Le fantôme d'Henri Langlois2004DocumentaryHimself

Won Awards

2003Turia AwardTuria AwardsBest Foreign FilmVa savoir (2001)
2001Jury Special PrizeValladolid International Film FestivalVa savoir (2001)
1993Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmLa belle noiseuse (1991)
1992Critics AwardFrench Syndicate of Cinema CriticsBest FilmLa belle noiseuse (1991)
1992Cinema AwardSACD Awards
1991Grand Prize of the JuryCannes Film FestivalLa belle noiseuse (1991)
1991Prize of the Ecumenical Jury - Special MentionCannes Film FestivalLa belle noiseuse (1991)
1991Leopard of HonorLocarno International Film FestivalFor his contributions to film art.
1991LAFCA AwardLos Angeles Film Critics Association AwardsBest Foreign FilmLa belle noiseuse (1991)
1989Honorable MentionBerlin International Film FestivalLa bande des quatre (1989)
1989FIPRESCI PrizeBerlin International Film FestivalCompetitionLa bande des quatre (1989)
1974Special Prize of the JuryLocarno International Film FestivalCéline et Julie vont en bateau: Phantom Ladies Over Paris (1974)
1969Sutherland TrophyBritish Film Institute AwardsL'amour fou (1969)
1962Sutherland TrophyBritish Film Institute AwardsParis nous appartient (1961)

Nominated Awards

2009Golden LionVenice Film Festival36 vues du Pic Saint Loup (2009)
2007Golden Berlin BearBerlin International Film FestivalNe touchez pas la hache (2007)
2003Golden SeashellSan Sebastián International Film FestivalHistoire de Marie et Julien (2003)
2001Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalVa savoir (2001)
2001Golden SpikeValladolid International Film FestivalVa savoir (2001)
1998Crystal GlobeKarlovy Vary International Film FestivalSecret défense (1998)
1995Golden St. GeorgeMoscow International Film FestivalHaut bas fragile (1995)
1992CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Film (Meilleur film)La belle noiseuse (1991)
1992CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Director (Meilleur réalisateur)La belle noiseuse (1991)
1991Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalLa belle noiseuse (1991)
1989Golden Berlin BearBerlin International Film FestivalLa bande des quatre (1989)
1984Golden LionVenice Film FestivalL'amour par terre (1984)
1966Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalLa religieuse (1966)

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