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Famous French filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier has passed away recently. The director of films like ‘Sunday in the Country’, ‘Captain Conan’ and ‘Judge and Assassin’ breathed his last at the age of 79. The Leon-born Tavernier has directed about 30 superhit films.
French Home Minister Gerard Colomb has also mourned Tavernier’s death. He said that Tavernier’s films are one of the finest in French cinema. The country is proud of the director who left his mark in the entertainment industry.
Please tell that Tavernier was born on April 25, 1941. He also held many important positions during his career in cinema. The journey to become his director was not easy. He had worked as an assistant director, press officer and even a critique before directing films. After a lot of struggle in life, he gained recognition as a director.
It is known that Tavernier has also won several French cinema awards. In 1987, Tavernier directed the story of an imaginary jazz musician for which he was awarded the Best Original Oscar Award.
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