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Axelle Ropert

Axelle Ropert

Born in 1972, Axelle Ropert begins her career as a film critic for various  publications including La lettre du cinéma and Les Inrockuptibles. She also co-writes scripts for Serge Bozon’s films  Mods (2002), La France (2007), Tip Top (2013) and Madame Hyde (in pre-production). In 2004, she directs the featurette, Étoile violette, followed by her first feature, The Wolberg Family, selected for Cannes in 2009. In 2012, she makes Miss and the Doctors, following this with a portrait of young actors in French cinema for television, Truffaut au présent (2014).

Source : Festival del film Locarno 2016

Selected filmography

see also: Directors, Scriptwriters

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