- Merlet, Agnès
- (January 4, 1959, Pithiviers, Loiret, France - )A graduate of the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts, she studied at the IDHEC. She received the Jean Vigo Prize for her fourth short (Poussières d'Etoiles). In 1990, she won the Rome Prize, which allowed her to write her first feature film. An occasional director of video clips (notably for French singer Jean-Louis Murat and the band Les Innocents) and commercials, she also managed a short-film production company, Amorce Films.Filmography◘ Artémisia (short; also screenwriter, dialogist, editor)◘ L'Arcane sans Nom (short; also screenwriter, dialogist, editor)◘ La Guerre des Pâtes (short; also screenwriter, dialogist, editor)◘ Poussière d'Etoiles (short; also screenwriter, dialogist, editor)1993 ◘ Le Fils du Requin / USA: The Son of the Shark (also co-screenwriter, lyricist)1997 ◘ Artémisia / Artemisia-passione estrema / Arte-misia—Schule der Sinnlichkeit / USA: Artemisia (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist; France / Italy / West Germany)2008 ◘ Dorothy Mills / Dorothy (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist; France / Ireland)Television Filmography◘ Nombre et Lumière (documentary)◘ Oh La La! (documentary)◘ Guerre chaude, Guerre froide◘ TV Maniacs (short; also screenwriter)
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