Jean Cocteau


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French writer and film maker who worked in many artistic media (1889-1963)

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Caption: Clockwise from top left: Heinz Rosen and Jean Cocteau (and Unicorn) backstage after the 1953 premiere; the Unicorn; three unicorns in costume; Rosen rehearses members of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo for the U.
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) was a French writer, designer, playwright, artist and filmmaker, best known for his novel Les Enfants Terribles (1929) and film Blood of a Poet (1930).
Genial para algunos, superficial para otros, Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) hoy es traido de vuelta al presente con una de sus obras mas controvertidas: Los padres terribles.
BEIRUT: Lebanese designer Georges Chakra drew inspiration from filmmaker Jean Cocteau, film and fashion icon Audrey Hepburn and the eventful 1950s for his fall-winter 2015-2016 collection.
A similar reasoning prompted Jean Cocteau, impressed by the raw, visceral quality exuded by the young Marlon Brando playing Stanley Kowlaski, to adapt Tennessee Williams's Streetcar Named Desire to a succes de scandale on the French stages in 1949, (11) thus initiating a reciprocal relation of artistic attraction and resistance that arguably informs the various works under scrutiny in this article.
Characters such as Jean Cocteau and Sarah Bernhardt were frequent visitors to the park, using the space as a source of archaic inspiration.
Chinese martial arts and horror); and classic filmmakers such as Jean Cocteau, Akira Kurosawa, and Jean-Luc Godard.
Yo siempre vi a Martha Papadimitriou como una Anna Magnanni en potencia, capaz de llenar esos registros de la mas recondita condicion humana, que solo las grandes actrices pueden lograr y de lo que alecciono con gran estatura en Los padres terribles de Jean Cocteau, asi como en Cuemos de la misma cabra de Vegas, al lado de Jorge Galvan, que seria la obra con que habria de despedirse.
But perhaps Jean Cocteau, who loved young men and whose lover was the actor Jean Marais, should have the final word on homosexuality, a form of love as old as civilisation, known as well in ancient Babylon as it is today.
The picture's story is based on a noted one-woman play first performed in 1930, written by French poet and novelist Jean Cocteau.
Jean Cocteau escribio La familia terrible en 1938 y la estreno ese mismo ano, siendo clausurada inmediatamente por su irreverencia.
Included are essays originally published in Chinese, Danish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, and Yiddish that have not previously been available in English, as well as the work of several visual artists, such as James Montgomery Flagg (creator of the "Uncle Sam Wants You" poster), French playwright and artist Jean Cocteau, and Chuck Jones (of Bugs Bunny fame).
Maxim's, which is now owned by fashion designer Pierre Cardin, has over the years been a regular haunt for Jean Cocteau, Edward VII, Marcel Proust, Maria Callas, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Barbra Streisand and Barbara Hutton.
In 1962, Frenchman Jean Cocteau writes the holiday's first International Message, which is translated into more than 20 languages.
In the March-April 2010 issue, in a review of the book Living in Arcadia, by Julian Jackson, a facsimile of a spread by Jean Cocteau from Arcadie magazine was dated at 1958.