Cyril Collard

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This article is about the French author, filmmaker, composer and actor. For the Australian footballer see Cyril Collard .
Cyril Collard (19 December 1957, Paris - 5 March 1993) was a French author, filmmaker, composer, and actor. He is known for his unapologetic portrayals of bisexuality and HIV in art, particularly his autobiographical novel and film Les Nuits fauves (Savage Nights). Openly bisexual, Collard was also one of the first French artists to speak openly about his HIV-positive status.

Early life

Collard was born into a liberal, middle-class family in France. He attended Catholic school in Versailles, and pursued an engineering degree at Institut Industriel du Nord in Villeneuve d'Ascq, later known as École centrale de Lille before deciding to drop out.


  • Condamné amour (1987)
  • Les Nuits fauves (1989) (trans. Savage Nights by William Rodarmor, 1993)
  • L'Ange sauvage (1993)
  • L'Animal (1984)

Les Nuits fauves

The semi-autobiographical Savage Nights (Les Nuits fauves), finished in 1992, was Collard's first and only feature film. It won four Césars (best editing, best film, best first work, and most promising actress) in 1993. Unfortunately, Collard did not live to accept his award; he had died three days earlier.

Other directing credits

Early in his career, Collard assisted fellow director Maurice Pialat and directed six music videos, as well as several television programs. Among the music videos he directed were those of French-Algerian...
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