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Jacques Leduc

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B: November 25, 1941 in Montréal, Québec

Jacques Leduc is a cinematograher, writer and director. His career started when he was 21 and was hired as a camera assistant at the National Film Board. He had a chance to work with several key directors including Don Owen and Denys Arcand. He was given the chance to direct his first short film in 1966, followed by his first feature a year later. In November if 2008, Leduc was honoured with the Prix Albert Tessier for his “outstanding career in cinema.” These are his credits as a director. He also has an extensive list of credits as a cinematographer.

Features & TV Movies:
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Chantal en vrac (1966)
Nomininque, depuis qu’il existe (1967)
Cap d’espoir (1969)
LB ou Ailleurs (1969)

On est loin du soleil (1970)
Tendresse ordinaire (1973)
Alegria (1973)
Samedi – Le ventre de la nuit (1978)
Mercredi – Petits souliers, petit pain (1977)
Jeudi – À cheval sur l’argent (1977)
Vendredi – Les Chars (1978)
Mardi – Un jour anonyme (1978)

Le denier glacier (1984)
Trois pommes à côté du sommeil (1989)

Montréal vu par (one segment, 1991)
La vie fantôme (1992)
L’àge de braise (1997)