- Baïlac, Geneviève
- (September 3, 1922, Algiers, Algeria-)Born into a French-Spanish family, she started as radio journalist and stage director. In 1947, she created in Algiers the C.R.A.D. (Centre Régional d'Art Dramatique), a drama school. Known mostly as writer, she authored a collection of poems (1947 Dons, Editions Chaix), a novel (1958 La Maison des Soeurs GomezF Editions Julliard), plays (1962 La Kahéna; 1963 El Pueblo), and essays (1972 Les Ansinthes sauvages, Fayard; 1984 Jeanne et ThérèseF Le Seuil). She brought to the screen her most successful play (La Famille Hernandez).Filmography1965 ◘ La Famille Hernandez (co-director with Louis Pascal; also original play, screenwriter, adapter, dialogist)
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