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Jean Claude Lord

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Years active  1964 - Present
Ex-spouse  Lise Thouin
Children  Jean-Sebastien Lord
Role  Film director
Name  Jean-Claude Lord

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Born  June 6, 1943 (age 72) (1943-06-06) Montreal, Canada
Occupation  Film director Screenwriter
Nominations  Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television Award for Best Screenplay
Movies  Visiting Hours, La Grenouille et La Bal, The Vindicator, Bingo, Parlez‑nous damour
Similar People  Lise Thouin, Fanny Lauzier, Marina Orsini, Harvey Atkin, David McIlwraith

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Jean-Claude Lord (born June 6, 1943) is a Canadian film director and screenwriter. He was one of the most commercial of the Québécois directors in the 1970s, aiming his feature films at a mass audience and dealing with political themes in a mainstream, Hollywood style.


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Jean-Claude Lord was born in Montreal, Quebec, and began his career as an apprentice to Pierre Patry at Coopératio, working as an assistant director on many films before directing his first feature, Délivrez-nous du mal, in 1965. His 1974 film Bingo exploits the post-October Crisis, post-Watergate paranoia prevalent in North America at the time with considerable panache. It was the subject of an intensive critical debate about its credentials as a left-wing film. He made his first English-language film in 1982, Visiting Hours, a low-budget horror film that still remains a cult favorite. In 1986 Lord worked for the first time in television on the series Lance et Compte, a series which he would revisit several times years later. Since then he has worked primarily in television on several other series and Made-for-TV movies.


  • Délivrez-nous du mal (1965)
  • Les colombes (1972)
  • Bingo (1974)
  • Parlez-nous d'amour (1976)
  • Panique (1977)
  • Chocolate Eclair (Éclair au chocolat) (1979)
  • Visiting Hours (1982)
  • Covergirl (1984)
  • The Vindicator (1986)
  • Toby McTeague (1986)
  • La Grenouille et la baleine (1988)
  • Mindfield (a.k.a. La mémoire assassinée, 1989)
  • Eddie and the Cruisers II: Eddie Lives! (1989)
  • Landslide (1992)
  • Station Nord (2002)
  • Television

  • Lance et Compte (TV series, 1986) {aka He Shoots, He Scores (English) and Cogne et Gagne (France)}
  • Urban Angel (TV series, 1991)
  • Sirens (TV series, 1994-1995)
  • Jasmine (TV series, 1996)
  • Lobby (TV series, 1997)
  • Diva (TV series, 1997)
  • Maurice Richard: Histoire d'un Canadien (TV miniseries Co-Directed with Pauline Payette, 1999)
  • Quadra (TV series, 2000)
  • L'or (TV series, 2001)
  • Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension (TV series, 2002)
  • Lance et Compte: La nouvelle génération (TV series, 2002)
  • Lance et Compte: La reconquete (TV series, 2004)
  • Lance et Compte: La revanche (TV series, 2006)
  • Lance et Compte: Le grand duel (TV series, 2009)
  • Secrets of the Summer House (TV movie, 2008)
  • Out of Control (TV movie, 2009)
  • Ring of Deceit (TV movie, 2009)
  • Second Chances (TV movie, 2010)
  • References

    Jean-Claude Lord Wikipedia