|Directed by||Jean Grémillon|
|Written by|| Pierre Laroche |
|Produced by||André Paulvé|
|Starring|| Madeleine Renaud |
|Edited by||Louisette Hautecoeur|
|Music by||Roland Manuel|
Films André Paulvé
Summer Light (French: Lumière d'été) is a 1943 French drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Madeleine Renaud, Pierre Brasseur and Madeleine Robinson.  
It was shot at the Victorine Studios in Nice and on location at Soursac on the Dordogne. The film's sets were designed by the art director André Barsacq.
Pierre Brasseur, born Pierre-Albert Espinasse, was a French actor.
Lucie Madeleine Renaud was a French actress best remembered for her work in the theatre. She did though appear in several films directed by Jean Grémillon including Remorques and Lumière d'été.
Jean Grémillon was a French film director.
Odette Joyeux was a French actress, playwright and novelist.
Jean Desailly was a French actor. He was a member of the Comédie-Française from 1942 to 1946, and later participated in about 90 movies.
Jacques Spiesser is a French actor.
Un monde nouveau is a 1966 French-Italian drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica. Most notably it featured Sean Connery as himself. Harry Saltzman produced the film.
Life Together is a 1958 French comedy film directed by Clément Duhour. It features an ensemble star cast including Fernandel, Pierre Brasseur Lilli Palmer, Danielle Darrieux, Jean Marais, Edwige Feuillère, Gérard Philipe and Sophie Desmarets. The screenplay was written by Sacha Guitry, his final work before his death the same year.
Laurent Sauvagnac is a French film score composer and a sound designer who graduated from the Berklee College of Music (Boston).
The Tunnel is a 1933 French-German science fiction film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Jean Gabin, Madeleine Renaud and Robert Le Vigan. It was the French language version of the German film The Tunnel, with a different cast and some changes to the plot. Both were followed in 1935 by an English version. Such Multiple-language versions were common in the years immediately following the introduction of sound, before the practice of dubbing had come to dominate international releases. Germany and France made a significant number of films together at this time.
Dialogue with the Carmelites is a 1960 French-Italian historical drama film written and directed by Raymond Léopold Bruckberger and Philippe Agostini. It is based upon the play by Georges Bernanos, which in turn was adapted from the novel by Gertrud von Le Fort. It's the story of the Martyrs of Compiègne, Carmelite nuns who were guillotined in Paris in 1794 in the waning days of the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution, after refusing to renounce their vocation.
Émile Savitry (1903–1967) was a French photographer and painter.
Star Without Light is a 1946 French drama film directed by Marcel Blistène and starring Édith Piaf, Marcel Herrand and Jules Berry. The film's art direction was by Jean d'Eaubonne. The film is set in 1929.
A Rare Bird is a 1935 French comedy film directed by Richard Pottier and starring Pierre Brasseur, Max Dearly and Monique Rolland.
The Dressmaker of Luneville is a 1932 French comedy film directed by Harry Lachman and starring Madeleine Renaud, Pierre Blanchar and Jeanne Fusier-Gir. It was made at the Joinville Studios by the French subsidiary of Paramount Pictures. Fox later bought the rights to the film and remade it as Dressed to Thrill in 1935.
The Beautiful Sailor is a 1932 French drama film directed by Harry Lachman and starring Pierre Blanchar, Madeleine Renaud and Jean Gabin. It was made by the French subsidiary of Paramount Pictures at the company's Joinville Studios.
Traveling Light is a 1944 French drama film directed by Jean Anouilh, starring Pierre Fresnay and Blanchette Brunoy. The narrative is set in 1931, when a man with amnesia tries to recover his memories from World War I, in order to find out what kind of man he really is. The film is based on Anouilh's 1937 play with the same title.
A Father Without Knowing It is a 1932 French comedy film directed by Robert Wyler and starring Noël-Noël, Pierre Brasseur and Françoise Rosay.
My Friend Victor is a 1931 French comedy film directed by André Berthomieu and starring René Lefèvre, Pierre Brasseur and Simone Bourday. The film may have originally been made a silent and then had sound added to it.