Alain Corneau died

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French filmmaker Alain Corneau died

French filmmaker Alain Corneau, director of films "Fort Saganne" (1984) and "Nocturne Indien" (1989), died on Sunday night to Monday at the age of 67 years in a Paris hospital.

Passioned for American cinema, Alain Corneau was also producer and screenwriter.

In 2004, Alain Corneau was honored in France for his entire career.

In 1992, his feature film "All the mornings of the world / Tous les Matins du Monde", which presents the story of a violinist in the seventeenth century, played by Jean-Pierre Marielle, had a great public success and was awarded with the César prize for best film.

Alain Corneau's life partner was director and screenwriter Nadine Trintignant.

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