- Rosier, Michèle
- (June 3, 1930, Paris, France - )While studying in France and the USA, she started as a journalist at age seventeen. She published articles in France - Soir and then became chief editor of the magazine Le Nouveau Fémina. In the early 1960s, she turned a dress designer and created sports clothing. Her first movie was dedicated to writer George Sand.Filmography1973 ◘ Georges qui? (also screenwriter)1977 ◘ Mon Cœur est rouge (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist)1989 ◘ Embrasse-moi (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist; shot in 1987)1995 ◘ Pullman Paradis (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist; shot in 1994)2001 ◘ Malraux, tu m'étonnes! (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist)2003 ◘ Demain, on court! (documentary)Television Filmography◘ Le Futur des Femmes (documentary)◘ La Demoiselle aux Oiseaux (documentary; short)1979 ◘ Mimi (documentary; short)◘ Un Café un! (documentary; short)◘ Le Gros Départ (documentary; short)◘ Botaniques (five documentary shorts: "Un Jardin et son Auteur", "Le Phytotron", "Vu du Ciel", "Le Ginko, l'Arbre le plus vieux du Monde", "Les Cèdres de Roissy")
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.