Jean-Marc Vallée, director of the “Dallas Buyers Club” and “Big Little Lies” dies at 58 years old


Award-winning Canadian filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallée has died at the age of 58, his publicist said on Sunday.

“Rest in peace, Jean-Marc Vallée. The world is a lot less interesting without you,” Hive Communication Collective wrote on Instagram.

The Quebec producer and director was nominated for an Oscar for “Dallas Buyers Club” in 2013, for which actors Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto both won Oscars.

In recent years, he has been acclaimed for his work on the HBO Emmy Award-winning “Big Little Lies” and “Sharp Objects” shows.

Even if you’ve never heard of Jean-Marc Vallée, you’ve almost certainly seen his work as a TV director on “Big Little Lies” and “Sharp Objects” or his films like “Dallas Buyers Club” and “Wild”.

He had such a unique visual and narrative style. Such a huge talent that left too soon. RIP

– Joshua Axelrod (@jaxelburgh) December 27, 2021 US media reported that Vallée died suddenly in his cabin near Quebec over the weekend.

The cause of death was not immediately known.

I took that of Jean-Marc Vallée in 2019 in Careyes, Mexico, during the ArteCareyes film festival. He was touching and generous and loved music more than anything. He had always wanted to be a rock star. At MTL, we ride road bikes to Leonard Cohen’s house. He was one of the coolest I have ever met.

– (((Malina Saval))) (@Malinasaval) December 27, 2021 HBO said she was “shocked by news of her sudden death.”

“Jean-Marc Vallée was a brilliant and fiercely dedicated filmmaker,” the company said in a statement to the Hollywood Reporter.

“Jean-Marc was synonymous with creativity, authenticity and trying things differently,” said Nathan Ross, Vallée’s production partner, in a statement shared with US media.

“The maestro will be sorely missed, but it is heartwarming to know that his magnificent style and hard-hitting work that he shared with the world will continue to live on.”

In memory of the famous Canadian filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallée, the only director to have both opened (DEMOLITION) and closed (THE YOUNG VICTORIA) the Toronto International Film Festival.

– TIFF (@TIFF_NET) December 27, 2021 Other notable works by Vallée include the 2009 Oscar-winning film “The Young Victoria” starring Emily Blunt and “Wild” in 2014, for which Reese Witherspoon earned an Oscar nomination.



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