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Anne Fontaine


Anne Fontaine was born on July 15, 1959 in Luxembourg as Anne Sibertin-Blanc. She is a writer and director, known for Coco Before Chanel (2009), Adore (2013) and Chloe (2009). She is married to Philippe Carcassonne. They have one child. See full bio »
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Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 2 wins & 8 nominations. See more awards »

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 2014 Gemma Bovery (screenplay - adaptation, dialogue)
 2013 Adore (screenplay) / (story)
 2009 Chloe (motion picture "Nathalie")
 2009 Coco Before Chanel (writer)
 2008 The Girl from Monaco (writer)
 2006 Oh La La! (scenario)
 2003 Nathalie... (writer)
 1999 Augustin, King of Kung-Fu (writer)
 1997 Dry Cleaning
 1996 L'@mour est à réinventer (TV Mini-Series) (adaptation - 1 episode)
- Tapin du soir (1996) ... (adaptation - uncredited)
 1995 Augustin
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[on 'Adore', a film based on Doris Lessing's novella 'The Grandmothers'] Doris Lessing escaped taboos, perhaps by ignoring them. She believed in what is natural. And that is how she wrote - convincing you gently, not with violence and paroxysms, but with humor. Here, it is about desire and how it can be stronger than everything else. I think that makes the story quite moving and says something ... See more »

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