- Category : Art-Photography
- Type : GE
- Profile : 6/2 - Role Model / Hermit
- Definition : Triple Split
- Incarnation Cross : LAX The Plane 1
French cinematographer on short films, moving into production himself by 1936. The son of an architect, he was a student of architecture before deciding on a main interest in cameras and photography.
During WW II he made his propagandist movie, "Chefs de Demain." In 1945 he produced his successful "La Bataille Du Rail" and he worked as technical director for "La Belle et La Bete," 1946. After 1956 he specialized in big-budget international productions in which the quality was not as outstanding as his earlier work. Clement received two Oscars for Best Foreign Film Awards, two Best Film Awards at Cannes, a Caesar Lifetime Achievement Award and is a Member of the Institute since 1986.
Widowed from a first marriage, he made a second marriage on 4/14/1987.