Louis Delluc  

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Louis Delluc (October 14, 1890March 22, 1924) was a French film director, screen writer and film critic, many of whose late 1910s film writings for French newspapers were collected in the volume Cinema et cie (1919). He is best known for his early book on Charles Chaplin (1921; translated into English in 1922).

He was married to the Belgian actress Eve Francis who starred in many of his films.

The Louis Delluc Prize prize is named after him.



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