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The legendary filmmaker has passed away at the age of 91.
Here is the Notebook's coverage of Alain Resnais, over the years:
Glenn Kenny on Muriel Alain Resnais on the set of Wild Grass Daniel Kasman on Wild Grass David Phelps on meeting Alain Resnais Adrian Curry on the poster for Wild Grass Miriam Bale's The Game Adrian Curry on the posters of films by Alain Resnais Daniel Kasman on You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet Ehsan Khoshbakht's Ten Photographs by Alain Resnais: Mise en scène of Memory, Aesthetics of Silence David Phelps' Virtual Refractions 2.0: Notes on Alain Resnais' Vous n'avez encore rien vu Boris Nelepo on You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet Alain Resnais on the set of Life of Riley Adrian Curry on the posters for Je T'aime, je t'aime »
Alain Resnais arrives for the photocall of You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet! (Vous n'avez encore rien vu!) presented in competition at the 65th Cannes film festival in 2012. Photo: Vous n'avez encore rien vu © Fif/Lf (Courtesy Cannes Film Festival) French director Alain Resnais has died at aged 91.
The Last Year In Marienbad director - whose latest film The Life Of Riley won an award for innovation and the Fipresci prize at last month's Berlin Film Festival - passed away on Saturday, surrounded by his family, his producer Jean-Louis Livi told the French press agency Afp.
Born in 1922, the filmmaker enjoyed a career that spanned more than some six decades and more than 45 films, including Private Fears In Public Places, Night And Fog, Wild Grass and the BAFTA winning Hiroshima Mon Amour.
In 2009, he was given a special award from the Cannes Film Festival for his body of work.
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- Amber Wilkinson
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