Claude Hazanavicius is active/lives in Canada, France. Claude Hazanavicius is known for sculpture, drawings, prints, ceramics.
Biography Claude Hazanavicius
Claude Hazanavicius was born in Sancerre, France, in 1939. He trained and worked as a sound recordist at Radio et Television Française in Paris where, in 1967, Hazanavicius was recruited by the newly established National Film Board of Canada in order to help develop their sound department in Montreal. Accompanied by his wife, Anne-Marie and their son, Marc, the family immigrated to Canada.
While employed by the National Film Board of Canada, Claude Hazanavicius worked on a number of important Canadian films, including Claude Jutra's "Mon Oncle Antoine," Jacques Godbout's "X13," and Francis Mankiewicz's "Le Temps d'une Chasse" and "Les Beaux Souvenirs".
In 1980, Hazanavicius left the NFB in order to pursue his own
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