Pierre-William Glenn

 

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Pierre-William Glenn is a film worker and director. He was born in Paris on 31 October 1943. He is known for Day for Night (1973), 11'09''01 - September 11 (2002), State of Siege (1972), The Clockmaker of St. Paul (1974) and Clean Slate (1981).

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Pierre-William Glenn

Born 1943-10-31 (80 years ago) in Paris.

Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
César Award for Best Cinematography (Death Watch) 6th César Awards 1981 La Mort en direct

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Pierre-William Glenn is a cinematographer, film director, actor and screenwriter.

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