|born on||1 October 1943 at 21:40 (= 9:40 PM )|
|Place||Juvisy sur Orge, France, 48n41, 2e23|
|Timezone||CEST h2e (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||07°45' 05°10 Asc. 05°06'|
French writer and director. He began with directing army educational films and later moved into commercials and features, winning awards for the clever skill of his TV commercials. He built a strong reputation as a talented director of films focusing on self-discovery and untamed places.
His work includes his feature debut, "Black and White in Color," 1977, for which he earned an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. Establishing his talent for making period pieces, Annaud subsequently made "Quest for Fire," 1981, "The Name of the Rose," 1986 and "The Bear," 1988, his most successful film, "Seven Years in Tibet," 1997, was his first full-length American feature.
- associate relationship with Brach, Gérard (born 23 July 1927)
- associate relationship with Guillaumet, Henri (born 29 May 1902)
- associate relationship with Lonsdale, Michael (born 24 May 1931)
- Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1977 (First feature film)
- Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1997 (Successful "Seven Years in Tibet")
B.C in hand from Steinbrecher
- Vocation : Entertain/Business : Director (Commercials and feature films)
- Vocation : Writers : Playwright/ script
- Notable : Awards : Oscar (Best Foreign Language Film)