Film and TV director who began his career providing piano accompaniment for silent films shown at the Belgian Cinematheque. Delvaux's feature films rely on tightly controlled rhythms and a precise use of visual counterpoint to create a highly distinctive blend of fantasy and reality.
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Worked as silent film piano accompanist at Belgian Cinematheque
As film instructor made the short "Nous etions treize" with his students
TV co-directing debut (with Jean Brismee), "Cinema, Bonjour"
Named head of film courses at the Institut Superieur des Arts du Spectacle et Techniques de Diffusion (INSAS), Brussels
Feature film directing debut, "L'Homme au Crane rase/Die Man die zijn Haar kort liet knippen/The Man Who Had His Hair Cut Short"