Albert Lamorisse (film director)
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Who is Albert Lamorisse?
Albert Lamorisse was a French filmmaker, film producer, and writer, who is best known for his award winning short films which he began making in the late 1940s, and also for inventing the famous strategic board game Risk in 1957.
- also known as Ламорис, Альбер
- born on (93 years ago) in Paris
- nationality: France
- profession: Film director, writer, screenwriter, film producer, game designer
- Marriage with Claude Jeanne Duparc until
- parent of
- died on (45 years ago) in Amir Kabir Dam of helicopter crash
- written works: "Bin, le petit a ne", "Crin Blanc", "Fifi la Plume", "Le voyage en ballon", "Le Ballon Rouge", "Fr-Ballon Rouge/Red Balloon", "The red balloon"
- films written:
- films produced:
- films directed:
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay - "The Red Balloon"
- Short Film Palme d'Or - "The Red Balloon"
- Louis Delluc Prize - "The Red Balloon"
- Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay - "The Red Balloon"
- nominated to Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature - "The Lovers' Wind"
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