Series: Masters of Cinema

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Charlie Chaplin by Jérôme Larcher
Masters of Cinema: Alfred Hitchcock by Bill Krohn
Masters of Cinema: Billy Wilder by Noel Simsolo
Masters of Cinema: David Lynch by Thierry Jousse
Masters of Cinema: Federico Fellini by Angel Quintana
Masters of Cinema: Francis Ford Coppola (Cahiers Du Cinema) by Stéphane Delorme
Masters of Cinema: Ingmar Bergman by Jacques Mandelbaum
Masters of Cinema: Martin Scorsese by Thomas Sotinel
Masters of Cinema: Pedro Almodóvar by Thomas Sotinel
Masters of Cinema: Stanley Kubrick by Bill Krohn
Masters of Cinema: Steven Spielberg (Cahiers Du Cinema) by Clelia Cohen
Masters of Cinema: Tim Burton by Aurélien Ferenczi
Orson Welles by Paolo Mereghetti
Woody Allen by Florence Colombani

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