Éric Rohmer

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Éric Rohmer (French pronunciation: [eʁik ʁomɛʁ]; 20 March 1920 – 11 January 2010) was a French film director, film critic, journalist, novelist, screenwriter and teacher. A figure in the post-war New Wave cinema, he was a former editor of Cahiers du cinéma. Rohmer was the last of the French New Wave directors to become established. He worked as the editor of the Cahiers du cinéma periodical from 1957 to 1963, while most of his Cahiers colleagues – among them Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut – were beginning their careers and gaining international attention. René Schérer, a philosopher, is his brother and René Monzat, a journalist, is his son. Rohmer came to international attention around 1969 when his film Ma nuit chez Maud (My Night at Maud's) was nominated at the Academy Awards. He won the San Sebastián International Film Festival with Claire's Knee in 1971. In 2001, Rohmer received the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. His works were viewed by audiences around the world. He died of unspecified causes on 11 January 2010. In his obituary in The Daily Telegraph he was described as "the most durable film-maker of the French New Wave", outlasting his peers and "still making movies the public wanted to see" late in his career.

Most Popular Éric Rohmer Trailers

Total trailers found: 49

The Marquise of O Trailer (1976)

19 May 1976

A German Marquise has to deal with a pregnancy she cannot explain and an infatuated Russian Count.

Claire's Knee Trailer (1970)

11 December 1970

On the eve of his wedding, on holiday on the Lake Annecy shore, a career diplomat visits an old acquaintance, perhaps a former girlfriend.

Pauline at the Beach Trailer (1983)

23 February 1983

Fifteen year old Pauline and her older cousin, model-shaped Marion, go to the emtying Atlantic coast for an autumn holiday .

The Green Ray Trailer (1986)

29 August 1986

A lonely Parisian woman comes to terms with her isolation and anxieties during a long summer vacation.

A Tale of Springtime Trailer (1990)

04 April 1990

Simple conversations engender complicated human interactions. The first in Eric Rohmer's Four Seasons series, Conte de printemps (A Tale In Springtime) is the story of an introverted young girl (Florence Darel) just reaching adulthood who takes a liking to an older woman she meets at a party (Anne Teyssedre) and determines to match her off with her father (Hugues Quester), despite the latter's already having a lover of his own.

Sign of the Lion Trailer (1962)

03 May 1962

An American in Paris lives by sponging off his working friends, and throws a party using borrowed money when his rich American aunt dies, believing firmly in his horoscope.

Autumn Tale Trailer (1998)

07 September 1998

Magali (Béatrice Romand), forty-something, is a winemaker and a widow: she loves her work but feels lonely.

My Night at Maud's Trailer (1969)

04 June 1969

The rigid principles of a devout Catholic man are challenged during a one-night stay with Maud, a divorced woman with an outsize personality.

La Collectionneuse Trailer (1967)

02 March 1967

A bombastic, womanizing art dealer and his painter friend go to a seventeenth-century villa on the Riviera for a relaxing summer getaway.

Boyfriends and Girlfriends Trailer (1987)

26 August 1987

Middle-class Parisian suburbs: Blanche and Lea, office worker and student, meet and become friends. Lea is going out with Fabien, but is thinking of leaving him.

Love in the Afternoon Trailer (1972)

21 August 1972

The last of Rohmer's Six Moral Tales. Frederic leads a bourgeois life; he is a partner in a small Paris office and is happily married to Helene, a teacher expecting her second child.

Out 1: Spectre Trailer (1972)

01 January 1972

Out 1: Spectre begins as nothing more than scenes from Parisian life; only as time goes by do we realize that there is a plot—perhaps playful, perhaps sinister—that implicates not just the thirteen characters, but maybe everyone, everywhere.

A Summer's Tale Trailer (1996)

05 June 1996

A shy maths graduate takes a holiday in Dinard before starting his first job. He hopes his sort-of girlfriend will join him, but soon strikes up a friendship with another girl working in town.

The Bakery Girl of Monceau Trailer (1963)

01 January 1963

Early new wave effort from Rohmer which was the first of his six moral tales. It concerns a young man who approaches a girl in the street, but after several days without seeing her again, he becomes involved with the girl in the local bakery.

The Aviator's Wife Trailer (1981)

04 March 1981

A student is devastated when he finds that his girlfriend is cheating on him. In order to find out why she did it, he decides to spy on her and her airline pilot lover.

Suzanne's Career Trailer (1963)

01 January 1963

In the second of Rohmer's moral tales, he examines the relationship between two friends and a girl who at first appears easily exploited.

The Lady and the Duke Trailer (2001)

07 September 2001

This breathtaking, visually experimental film from New Wave director Eric Rohmer tells the true story of Grace Dalrymple Elliot (Lucy Russell), a British aristocrat trapped in Paris during the French Revolution.

Full Moon in Paris Trailer (1984)

29 August 1984

"He who has two women loses his soul, he who has two houses loses his mind." So it goes with Louise played by Pascale Ogier who is dissatisfied with her mundane life in a bleak Parisian new-town.

Triple Agent Trailer (2004)

17 March 2004

The Popular Front wins elections, the Spanish Civil War begins, and Hitler and Stalin are manipulating and spying.

Out 1 Trailer (1971)

09 October 1971

While two dueling theater groups rehearse plays by Aeschylus, two solitary individuals wander the Parisian streets hustling the populace for cash and unravel a conspiracy.

The Romance of Astrea and Celadon Trailer (2007)

01 September 2007

In an enchanted forest, back in the time of the Druids, the shepherd Céladon and the shepherdess Astrée share a pure and chaste love.

Louis Lumière Trailer (1968)

01 January 1968

Eric Rohmer leads a conversation with Jean Renoir and Henri Langlois on the art of filmmaker Louis Lumière.

Rendezvous in Paris Trailer (1995)

22 March 1995

Three stories of love and coincidence around the theme of dates in Paris.

The Tree, the Mayor and the Mediatheque Trailer (1993)

10 February 1993

The socialist mayor of a small village in France dreams of building an arts center but he runs up against some opposition.

A Tale of Winter Trailer (1992)

01 January 1992

Felicie and Charles have a serious if whirlwind holiday romance.

Drink Your Coffee It's Getting Cold! Trailer (1986)

01 January 1986

a music video for the pop song "Bois ton café" by Rosette

Six in Paris Trailer (1965)

19 May 1965

Six vignettes set in different sections of Paris, by six directors. St. Germain des Pres (Douchet), Gare du Nord (Rouch), Rue St.

Les jeux de société Trailer (1989)

05 June 1989

Cut into six parts, this film Rohmer gives us the opportunity to discover a foultitude of pledges to be made between friends (the famous kiss to the Capucine or that of hare that, not dog , I give you pictures), hairy anecdotes on the Colin Maillard with small children, verbal exercises of high fly such as I love my lover by A.

Nadja à Paris Trailer (1964)

01 January 1964

Nadja is a guest student, who stays at Cité Universitaire and visits the Sorbonne, while preparing a thesis on Proust; she also likes to stroll about Paris.

All the Boys Are Called Patrick Trailer (1959)

03 October 1959

Students Veronique and Charlotte meet the same man separately, who makes a date with each of them separately the next evening.

Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle Trailer (1987)

04 February 1987

Two young girls meet, Reinette from the countryside and Mirabelle from Paris, and decide to take a flat together in Paris where they attend University.

Le canapé rouge Trailer (2005)

30 June 2005

How to stay at your lover's side (who's married to another woman) all day long without anyone noticing.

Stéphane Mallarmé Trailer (1968)

01 January 1968

Stéphane Mallarmé is one of the many educational documentaries that Éric Rohmer did for the television during the 1960’s.

The Kreutzer Sonata Trailer (1956)

01 January 1956

La Sonata à Kreutzer is a 16mm film based on a Tolstoy story and was written and directed by Eric Rohmer and produced by Jean-Luc Godard.

Moral Tales, Filmic Issues Trailer (2006)

15 August 2006

A conversation between Eric Rohmer and Barbet Schroeder.

La fabrique du Conte d'ete Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

The making of Eric Rohmer's A Summer's Tale.

Catherine de Heilbronn Trailer (1980)

01 January 1980

In the Middle Ages, the earl Wetter von Stahl is accused of having bewitched Catherine, the daughter of the gunsmith of Heilbronn, the earl tries to be exonerated by proceeding himself to the interrogation of the young woman.

Éric Rohmer, preuves à l’appui Trailer (1994)

01 January 1994

Part of the Cinéastes de notre temps series.

Bérénice Trailer (1954)

01 January 1954

Shot in 16mm, Berenice is Rohmer’s first finished film. The film is based on a story by Edgar Allen Poe about a man who becomes obsessed with his fiancé’s teeth.

Entretien sur Pascal Trailer (1965)

01 January 1965

A Modern Coed Trailer (1966)

01 January 1966

Eric Rohmer directs this short documentary that narrates the presence of women in French universities as of the time of its release -- 1966.

Cinéastes de notre temps: Carl Th. Dreyer Trailer (1965)

08 April 1965

Presentation, or Charlotte and Her Steak Trailer (1960)

01 January 1960

Two young people, Walter and Charlotte, are walking through a small village in Switzerland a snowy winter day.

Changing Landscapes Trailer (1964)

01 January 1964

A sophisticated and beautifully constructed account of landscape change in and around Paris in the early 1960s.

Fermière à Montfaucon Trailer (1967)

01 January 1967

In just a few simple lines, a picture of the French countryside in the 1960s: the last moments of a disappearing, changing world.

Celluloid and Marble Trailer (1966)

03 February 1966

Celluloid and Marble is based on Rohmer's own articles published in "Cahiers du cinéma", discussing film in relation to the other arts, maintaining that, in an age of cultural self-consciousness, cinema was “the last refuge of poetry” - the only contemporary art form from which metaphor could still spring naturally and spontaneously.

Véronique and Her Dunce Trailer (1958)

01 January 1958

Véronique gives a mathematics lesson to a dunce who answers the prepared questions with disconcertingly sound answers.

A Good Marriage Trailer (1982)

19 May 1982

Sabine vows to give up married lovers, and is determined to find a good husband. Her best friend Clarisse introduces her to her cousin Edmond, a busy lawyer from Paris.

Perceval Trailer (1978)

07 February 1978

The film chronicles Perceval's knighthood, maturation and eventual peerage amongst the Knights of the Round Table, and also contains brief episodes from the story of Gawain and the crucifixion of Christ.