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Jérôme Cohen-Olivar

Jérôme Cohen-Olivar was born on June 6, 1964 in Paris, France. He is a writer and director, known for Kandisha (2008), Cool Crime (1999) and The Midnight Orchestra (2015). See full bio »

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Kandisha Writer
Cool Crime
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Little Horror Movie


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 2008 Kandisha (writer)
 1999 Cool Crime (screenplay)
 1994 Unveiled (story)
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 1987 Susan Susan (Short) (written by)
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 2015 The Midnight Orchestra (attached)
 2008 Kandisha
 1999 Cool Crime
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 1987 Susan Susan (Short)
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 1994 Unveiled (producer)
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 2014 Black Screen (Short)

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I like the fact that it's never granted, that there is no such thing as "acquired filmmaking syndrome". the minute you start pushing your own boundaries, it becomes unknown territory. Every master I studied has at least failed once trying to push their own personal envelopes. They deserve tremendous credit for that. See more »


Attended UCLA 1984-1987. See more »


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