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David Cronenberg - Réalisateur, Producteur, Scénariste

David Cronenberg
 
  • Date de naissance : le 15/03/1943
  • Lieu de naissance : Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Age : 75 ans
  • Sexe : Homme
  • Implication : 29 rôles dans l'imaginaire

David Cronenberg est connu pour...

  • Voir la fiche La Mouche [#1 - 1987]
  • Voir la fiche La Mouche [#1 - 1987]
  • Voir la fiche La Mouche [#1 - 1987]
  • Voir la fiche Vendredi 13 : Jason X [#10 - 2002]
  • Voir la fiche Cabale : Cabal [1989]
  • Voir la fiche Existenz [1999]
  • Voir la fiche Existenz [1999]
  • Voir la fiche Existenz [1999]

Acheter des produits autour de David Cronenberg

Les rôles de David Cronenberg dans la science-fiction et l'imaginaire

Biographie de David Cronenberg

Dave 'Deprave' Cronenberg, 'King of venereal horror', 'Baron of blood', as he has often been called, was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1943, the son of a journalist (father) and a piano player (mother). After showing an inclination for literature at an early age (he wrote and published eerie short stories, thus following his father's path) and for music (playing classical guitar until he was 12), Cronenberg graduated from Toronto University in Literature, after quitting the Scientific Department. He reached the cult status of 'horror meister' with the gore-filled, modern vampire variations of Shivers (1975) and Rabid (1977) following an experimental apprenticeship in independent filmmaking and in Canadian television programs. Gained popularity with the 'head-exploding', telepathy-based Scanners (1981) after the release of the much underrated, controversial and autobiographical Brood, The (1979). Cronenberg become a sort of a mass-medial 'guru' with Videodrome (1983), a shocking investigation of the hazards of reality-morphing television and critical extravaganza on contemporary esthetics. The issues of tech-induced mutation of human body and topics of the prominent dichotomy between body and mind are back again in Dead Zone, The (1983) and Fly, The (1986); bright examples of a personal filmmaking identity, even if both films are based on mass-entertainment materials: the first being a rendition of a Stephen King best-seller, the latter a remake of famous genre horror movie.

With Dead Ringers (1988) and Naked Lunch (1991), the Canadian director, no more a mere genre moviemaker but a fully realized author, gets the unconditioned acclaim of international critics. Such profound statements on modern manhood and ever-changing society survive in the provocative Crash (1996) and in the virtual reality essay of eXistenZ (1999), both well fared at Cannes and Berlin Film Festivals.

Filmographie sélective de David Cronenberg

Spider (2002)
Camera (2000/I)
eXistenZ (1999)
... aka eXistenZ (1999) (France)
Crash (1996)
... aka Crash (1996) (France)
M. Butterfly (1993)
Naked Lunch (1991)
"Scales of Justice" (1990) TV Series (episodes "Regina vs Logan (1990)", "Regina vs Horvath (1990)")
Dead Ringers (1988)
"Friday the 13th" (1987) TV Series (episode "Faith Healer")
... aka "Friday the 13th: The Series" (1987)
... aka "Friday's Curse" (1987) (UK: repeat compilations title)
Fly, The (1986)
Dead Zone, The (1983)
Videodrome (1983)
Scanners (1981)
... aka Telepathy 2000 (1981)
Brood, The (1979)
... aka Clinique de la terreur, La (1979) (Canada: French title)
Fast Company (1979)
Rabid (1977)
... aka Rage (1977/I) (USA)
"Teleplay" (1976) TV Series (episode "Italian Machine, The (1976)")
"Peep Show" (1975) TV Series (episodes "Lie Chair, The (1976)", "Victim, The (1976)")
Shivers (1975)
... aka Frissons (1975) (Canada: French title)
... aka Parasite Murders, The (1975)
... aka They Came from Within (1975) (USA)
"Programme X" (1972) TV Series (episode "Secret Weapons (1972)")
Don Valley (1972) (TV)
Fort York (1972) (TV)
In the Dirt (1972) (TV)
Lakeshore (1972) (TV)
Scarborough Bluffs (1972) (TV)
Winter Garden (1972) (TV)
Jim Ritchie Sculptor (1971) (TV)
Letter from Michelangelo (1971) (TV)
Tourettes (1971) (TV)
Crimes of the Future (1970)
Stereo (1969)
From the Drain (1967)
Transfer (1966)