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Jacques Companeez

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Jacques Companeez
Born5 March 1906 Edit this on Wikidata
Died15 September 1956 Edit this on Wikidata (aged 50)

Jacques Companeez[1] (Russian: Яков Компанеец, Yaakov Kompanéyets, born in Nizhyn, Ukraine 1906–1956)[2] was a Russian Jewish émigré screenwriter in Paris.

He arrived in Paris in 1936 after study in Berlin, and wrote 80 screenplays, one of his first being co-writing Les Bas-fonds for Jean Renoir (1936).[3] His older daughter is the contralto Irène Companeez, who recorded with Maria Callas and was married to great Italian baritone Dino Dondi. His younger daughter Nina Companeez was also a screenwriter.[4]

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Selected screenplays

References

  1. ^ His surname is occasionally found accented é to indicate the Russian pronunciation "Kompané-ez"
  2. ^ Яков Компанеец (1906-1956)
  3. ^ Roger Boussinot L'encyclopédie du cinéma 1980 - Volume 1 - Page 316 "Dix films, pour la seule année 1946, sont bâtis sur des idées ou des scénarios de Jacques Companeez. Et dans ces dix films, il y a les maudits, probablement le chef-d'œuvre de René Clément."
  4. ^ Françoise Audé Ciné-modèles cinéma d'elles.: Situations de femmes dans le cinéma 1981 Page 77 "[Michel Deville]... Il ne se lance alors pas seul dans l'aventure : avec lui, une scénariste-dialoguiste brillante, Nina Companeez. Elle était la fille de Jacques Companeez qui fut le scénariste de Jacques Becker. Elle était, en outre, monteuse."

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