Marc Caro  

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Marc Caro, born April 2, 1956, is a French filmmaker, best known for his co-directing projects with Jean-Pierre Jeunet. The two of them met at a film festival in 1974, and directed three short and two feature length films together.

Caro has announced his first feature film as a solo director. Once called MENTASM, it is now titled Dante 01, and according to The Internet Movie Database filming began on May 11th, with a planned release in 2007.

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Durant les années 1970, il publie des bandes dessinées dans Métal hurlant, Fluide glacial, Charlie Mensuel ou L'Écho des Savanes.

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