Raoul Coutard1924 — 2016 Age: 92 years old
Raoul Coutard (16 September 1924 – 8 November 2016) was a French cinematographer. He is best known for his connection with the Nouvelle Vague period and particularly for his work with director Jean-Luc Godard. Coutard also shot films for New Wave director François Truffaut as well as Jacques Demy, a contemporary frequently associated with the movement. He shot over 75 films during a career that lasted nearly half a century. Source: Article "Raoul Coutard" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.
September 16, 1924, Paris, France
November 8, 2016
1960 BreathlessDirector of Photography 1960 Shoot the Piano PlayerDirector of Photography 1961 A Woman Is a WomanDirector of Photography 1962 Vivre Sa VieDirector of Photography 1962 Jules and JimDirector of Photography 1962 Antoine and ColetteDirector of Photography 1963 ContemptDirector of Photography and Cameraman 1964 Band of OutsidersDirector of Photography 1964 The Soft SkinDirector of Photography 1965 Pierrot le FouDirector of Photography 1965 AlphavilleDirector of Photography 1967 2 or 3 Things I Know About HerDirector of Photography 1968 The Bride Wore BlackDirector of Photography 1969 ZDirector of Photography and Le chirurgien anglais (uncredited) 1973 A Pain in the AssDirector of PhotographyLimited to the 15 most popular items