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Jean-François Laguionie


Jean-François Laguionie was born on October 4, 1939 in Besançon, Doubs, France. He is known for his work on La traversée de l'Atlantique à la rame (1978), Louise en hiver (2016) and Le tableau (2011). See full bio »

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Known For

Louise en hiver
Louise en hiver Director
(2016)
Le tableau
Le tableau Director
(2011)
L'île de Black Mór
(2004)

Filmography

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 2011 Le tableau
 1996 Billy the Cat (TV Series) (1996)
 1976 Le masque du diable (Short)
 1975 L'acteur (Short)
 1971 Plage privée (Short)
 1969 Une bombe par hasard... (Short) (as J.F. Laguionie)
 1967 L'arche de Noé (Short)
 1965 La demoiselle et le violoncelliste (Short) (as J.F. Laguionie)
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J.F. Laguionie
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