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Anne-Sophie Dutoit

Anne-Sophie wrote her first full-length feature film screenplay and directed her first short film, "Marked," at age 15. It was shot on the Universal Studios Hollywood backlot in the famous "Little Europe" set. It's been in the Official Selection of numerous film festivals and won awards worldwide. She has been directing feature films since the age ... See full bio »
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Faded Memories
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Kara's File
Kara's File Director
Purple Sail
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 2012 To 66
 2011 Purple Sail
 2007 Kara's File (Short)
 2007/II Marked (Short)
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In March 2007, at age 16 she became a life member and youngest inductee of the prestigious Academy of Media, Recording, Interactive, Television & Stage Arts in the UK (equivalent to Academy Awards membership). See more »

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