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Films By André Delvaux

BABEL OPERA, OR THE REHEARSAL OF DON JUAN (André Delvaux, 1985)
Don Giovanni, Mozart's famous opera, had its world premiere in October, 1787, exactly 200 years ago. The latest work from Belgium's internationally known director, Andre Delvaux, concerns an ambitiou… Read more

BELLE (André Delvaux, 1973)
Andre Delvaux's Rendezvous at Bray was shown at last year's Melbourne Festival, and his new film, Belle, creates the same mood of eerie fantasy. A writer, Mathieu Gregoire, lives at the border of the… Read more

Dieric Bouts (André Delvaux, 1975)
In making his documentary on Dirk Bouts, André Delvaux contrasts the work of a 15th Century painter with that of a film maker. ... Read more

RENDEZ-VOUS À BRAY (André Delvaux, )
The strange encounter around which Andre Delvaux's film is structured, occurs in 1917, against the background of World War I. As in Delvaux's earlier films, The Man Who Had His Hair Cut Short and Un … Read more

THE MAN WHO HAD HIS HAIR CUT SHORT (André Delvaux, 1966)
Miereveld, a married lawyer, who teaches a special subject in a girls' school, cherishes a passionate but idealistic love for one of his pupils, the beautiful Fran Veenman. His feelings towards her r… Read more

UN SOIR... UN TRAIN (André Delvaux, 1968)
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