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The Trial of Joan of Arc
Directed by Robert Bresson
Produced by Agnès Delahaie
Written by Robert Bresson
Starring Florence Delay
Jean-Claude Fourneau
Roger Honorat
Marc Jacquier
Release date(s) 1962
Running time 65 min
Language French/English

The Trial of Joan of Arc (French: Procès de Jeanne d'Arc) is a 1962 historical film by the French director Robert Bresson. Joan of Arc is played by Florence Delay.

As usual in Bresson's mature films, The Trial of Joan of Arc stars non-professional performers and is filmed in an extremely spare, restrained style. Bresson's screenplay is drawn from the transcriptions of Joan's trial and rehabilitation.

Bresson's Joan of Arc is often compared with The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) by Carl Theodor Dreyer. Bresson compared that film unfavorably with his own, expressing his dislike of the actors' "grotesque buffooneries" in Dreyer's film.

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Cast

  • Florence Delay ... Jeanne d'Arc
  • Jean-Claude Fourneau ... Bishop Cauchon
  • Roger Honorat ... Jean Beaupere
  • Marc Jacquier ... Jean Lemaitre
  • Jean Gillibert ... Jean de Chatillon
  • Michel Herubel ... Frère Isambert de la Pierre
  • André Régnier ... D'Estivet
  • Arthur Le Bau ... Jean Massieu
  • Marcel Darbaud ... Nicolas de Houppeville
  • Philippe Dreux ... Frère Martin Ladvenu
  • Paul-Robert Mimet ... Guillaume Erard
  • Gérard Zingg ... Jean-Lohier

Awards

The film won the Special Jury Prize at the 1962 Cannes Film Festival. [1]

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Preceded by
Mother Joan of the Angels
Special Jury Prize, Cannes
1962
tied with L'Eclisse
Succeeded by
Harakiri tied with
The Cassandra Cat
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