Eugène Christian Chamborant
4 June 1892
|Died||10 December 1948 56) (aged|
Eugène Christian Chamborant (4 June 1892 – 10 December 1948), was a French film director.
Little is known about the life of this discreet filmmaker who ended his days a week before the release of his latest film. Before becoming a director, he was the author of numerous documentaries during the 1920s–1930s.
Among other things, he worked for the productor Pierre Caron who made him take his first steps on the cinema sets from 1936.
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