Jean-Paul Salomé

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Jean-Paul Salomé in Paris in February 2008 .

Jean-Paul Salomé (* 1960 in Paris ) is a French director and screenwriter .


Salomé studied film studies at the Sorbonne until he broke off his studies in 1981 to work with Claude Lelouch on his film Everybody will receive his wages ... ( Les uns et les autres ) as an assistant. The documentaries L'Heure d'aimer and La Petite commission were created in 1983 and 1984 . In 1991 Salomé directed the television film Crimes et Jardins , for which he also wrote the screenplay.

The 1994 comedy Revenge is Female ( Les braqueuses ), starring Annie Girardot, was Salomé's first directorial work in a motion picture. For this film, Salomé was awarded the special jury prize at the Cognac Festival du Film Policier . Salomé also wrote the script and directed the 2004 film Arsène Lupine .

In 2006 he was a member of the jury at the Cannes International Film Festival .

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