Gérard Lenne  

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Gérard Lenne (1946, Saint-Omer, France) is a French film critic. He wrote "La presse specialisée dans le cinéma fantastique" for "La Revue du Cinéma" No. 347.

Gérard Lenne publishes his first book on cinema in 1970: Le cinéma "fantastique" et ses mythologies. He starts writing on film for Télé 7 jours, where he becomes chief editor of the cinema section in 1981. He also wrote monographs (Edgar P. Jacobs, Jane Birkin) and several thematical works along two axes:le fantastique (Histoires du cinéma fantastique, Seghers, 1989 ; Cela s’appelle l’Horror, Librairie Séguier, 1990); and eroticism (Le Sexe à l’écran, Henri Veyrier, 1978 et 1989).

Bibliography (incomplete)

  • Cela s'appelle l'horror : le cinéma fantastique anglais 1955-76, Librairie Séguier, 1989, 383 p.
  • Le cinéma "fantastique" et ses mythologies (Editions du Cerf, 1970) ISBN 2851993755
  • La mort du Cinéma (Film/Révolution)(Editions du Cerf, 1977)
  • La Mort à Voir (Editions du Cerf, 1977)
  • La Sexe à l'Ecran (Editions Henri Veyrier, 1978)
  • Jane Birkin (Editions Henri Veyrier, 1985)




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