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Robert Guédiguian

Robert Guédiguian (born 1953, Marseilles, France)

Film director, scriptwriter, the son of an Armenian father and German mother. He studied at the Social Sciences Department of Paris University. He has made films since 1980. He lives in Marseilles, a city that has always featured his films to date. His films were shown at many festivals. Marius and Jeannette won the Certain Regard Prize at Cannes IFF, the Delluc, Lumiere Prizes, the Grand Prix of IFF in Geneve, Figueira da Foz (Portugal), Hayfa (Israel), and Ariane Ascaride received Cesar for Best Actress. Marie-Jo and her two loves and Le promeneur du champ de Mars were participated in feature competition of Cannes and Berlin IFFs. Michel Bouquet starring in Le promeneur du champ de Mars won the Best Actor Cesar. In 2006, Robert Guédiguian won Silver Apricot - Special Prize for Le Voyage en Armenie in Golden Apricot Yerevan IFF.

 

Filmography
he Last Summer (Co-dir.: Frank Le Wita, 1981), Red Midday (1983), Ki lo sa? (1985), God Curses the Indefferents (1989), ‘Til Death Do Us Part (1995), Marius and Jeannette (1997), Where the Heart Is (1998), Charge! (2000), The Town Is Quiet (2000), Marie-Jo and Her Two Lovers (2002), My Father Is an Engineer (2004), Le Promeneur du champ de Mars (2005), Le Voyage en Arménie (2006), Lady Jane (2008), Army of Crime (2009), The Snows of Kilimanjaro (2011), Ariane’s Thread (2014), Don’t Tell Me the Boy Was Mad (2015).

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