Cocteau


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Coc·teau

 (kŏk-tō′, kôk-), Jean 1889-1963.
French author and filmmaker who worked in nearly every artistic medium but is best known for the novel Les enfants terrible (1929), the play The Infernal Machine (1934), and the film Beauty and the Beast (1946).

Cocteau

(French kɔkto)
n
(Biography) Jean (ʒɑ̃). 1889–1963, French dramatist, novelist, poet, critic, designer, and film director. His works include the novel Les Enfants terribles (1929) and the play La Machine infernale (1934)

Coc•teau

(kɒkˈtoʊ)

n.
Jean (zhä n), 1889–1963, French author and painter.
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Sometimes we find gems in the DM Archives that are simply too wonderful not to share--for instance, these images from the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo production of La Dame a la Licorne, conceived and designed by French artist Jean Cocteau and choreographed by Heinz Rosen.
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Synopsis: In an artistic career spanning five decades, and for which he was best known as poet, artist, dramatist, designer and film-maker, Jean Cocteau was also involved directly, and indirectly, with nearly twenty ballets.
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That was playwright, designer, artist, filmmaker Jean Cocteau, in 1923.
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4) After all, with the continuous exploration of the brittle boundaries between media, genres, and referential frameworks, both Williams and Cocteau showed a certain sensitivity to the principle of reciprocity that is not only rare in itself, but even more rarely leads to well-assimilated artistic creations.
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But perhaps Jean Cocteau, who loved young men and whose lover was the actor Jean Marais, should have the final word on homosexuality, a form of love as old as civilisation, known as well in ancient Babylon as it is today.
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