Claude Jutra (French pronunciation: ; March 11, 1930 – November 5, 1986) was a French Canadian actor, film director and writer. The Prix Jutra, and the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television's Claude Jutra Award, were named in his honor because of his importance in Quebec cinema history. The awards were renamed in 2016 following the publication of allegations that he had sexually abused children during his lifetime, as were streets named for him.
Album · 1963 · 4 Songs. Jean Cousineau & Claude Jutra. Released: Jan 1, 1963. 2018 Disques Cinémusique. More By Various Artists.
tout prendre (released as All Things Considered in English Canada and as Take It All in the United States) is a Canadian drama film, directed by Claude Jutra and released in 1963. His first film made outside the National Film Board, the film was a l portrait of Jutra's own life, focusing on his romantic relationship with actress and model Johanne Harrelle, and his struggle to accept his own homosexuality.
Montreal (Loew's: Festival International du Film). Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC). Montreal (Loew's: Festival International du Film). Both Jutra and Harrelle played themselves in the film.
Claude Jutra – À tout prendre (1963). Pierre Jutras wrote: At the height of the Quiet Revolution, Claude Jutra brought Quebec cinema directly into modernity. Take It All (1963) is the first autobiographical feature film made in Quebec using direct cinema methods and techniques. With its unusual aesthetics focusing on the free and intimate expression of the main protagonists, Claude and Johanne, the film was received with a mix of astonished admiration and righteous indignation
Album was composed by and was released on January 1, 1963. Soundtrack consists of 4 tracks tracks with duration over about 10 minutes. Album was released by Disques Cinémusique. Furthermore, it's inexpensive.