Jacques Tati is considered by many to have been one of the 20th century’s greatest filmmakers.
Jacques Tati’s award-winning feature debut – a dazzling blend of satire and slapstick – was early evidence of his unique talent.
Jacques Tati’s award-winning feature debut – a dazzling blend of satire and slapstick.
Jacques Tati’s multi-award winning third feature, Mon Oncle – a satirical assault on the twin targets of efficiency and the modern world – co
Tati’s Oscar-winning second outing as the accident-prone M. Hulot takes him to Paris.
Jacques Tati’s last – and least known – film, Parade, sees his return to the boisterous music hall world in which he began his career as a mime artist in the 1930s.
Playtime is a surreal, comic vision of modern life in which Tati’s much-loved character Monsieur Hulot turns unintentional anarchist
The film that launched Tati’s on-screen alter ego: the courteous, well-meaning, eternally accident-prone Monsieur Hulot.