Alida Valli, photographed by John Miehle, 1947.
Georges Franju (1912-1987), French director extraordinaire and founder of “La Cinémathèque de France” in Paris along with Henri Langlois is also the creator of the masterpiece “Les Yeux sans Visage” in 1960.
I am happy to present these hard-to-find photos of one of my favorite figures working behind the scenes.
I am not the author of these images. All rights go to Georges Franju.
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Edith Scob, Alida Valli and director Georges Franju rehearse a scene of Les Yeux Sans Visage.
Franju and his favorite “patient” on set!