Noémie Lvovsky

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Noémie Lvovsky (2014)

Noémie Lvovsky (born December 14, 1964 in Paris , France ) is a French film director , screenwriter and actress .


After graduating from the renowned La fémis film school , Lvovsky directed the four short films La belle , Une visite , Dis-moi oui, dis-moi non and Embrasse-moi , before collaborating with Laurent Grévill , Emmanuelle Devos and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi starred in the drama Forget Me debuted with a feature film. She and Bruni Tedeschi had already worked together for many years, as she played in Lvovsky's short films. Lvovsky was later to write the script for the feature films Rather a Camel Goes Through the Eye of a Needle… and Actrices - or the dream from the night before, for the films directed by Bruni Tedeschi .

In the love comedy My Wife, the Actress , released in 2001 and directed by Yvan Attal , Lvovsky made her screen debut as an actress. On the side of Attal, Charlotte Gainsbourg , Terence Stamp and Laurent Bateau she played the character of Nathalie, what it at the presentation of the French film award César in 2002 as Best Supporting Actress nomination. For their portrayals in Backstage , Actrices - or the dream from the night before , boys remain boys and House of Sin each followed another nomination in the same category.

Filmography (selection)


  • 1986: La belle
  • 1987: Une visit
  • 1989: Dis-moi oui, dis-moi non
  • 1990: Embrasse-moi
  • 1994: Forget Me (Oublie-moi)
  • 2003: Confusions of feeling (Les sentiments)
  • 2012: Camille - In love again! (Camille redouble)
  • 2017: Demain et tous les autres jours



Award (selection)

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