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Sophie Fillières

Sophie Fillières was born on November 2, 1964 in Paris, France. She is a writer and director, known for Des filles et des chiens (1991), Arrête ou je continue (2014) and Oublie-moi (1994). See full bio »
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Oublie-moi
Oublie-moi Writer
(1994)
Gentille
Gentille Writer
(2005)

Filmography

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 2014 Week-ends (screenplay - adaptation, dialogue)
 2014 Arrête ou je continue (screenplay)
 2012 Ouf
 2011 Early One Morning (adaptation)
 2011 Le secret de l'enfant-fourmi (scenario)
 2011 E-love (TV Movie) (screenplay)
 2009 Un chat un chat (scenarist)
 2006 Antoine et Sidonie (Short)
 2006 Nathalie Moretti... (Short)
 2005 Gentille (scenario)
 2003 Un homme, un vrai (writer)
 2000 Aïe
 1998 Sombre (writer)
 1994 Oublie-moi
 1994 Grande petite
 1993 Cuentos de Borges (TV Series) (scenario collaborator - 1 episode)
- Emma Zunz (1993) ... (scenario collaborator)
 1991 Des filles et des chiens (Short)
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