Viard, Arnaud

Viard, Arnaud
(August 22, 1964, Lyon, Rhône, France - )
   After his commercial studies, he worked as an ad­vertising chief in an agency (1991-1992). Then he attended acting courses at the Cours Florent (1991-1992) and the Ecole du Sapajou (1992-1993). He played in commercials directed by Patrice Chéreau, Alain Corneau, Etienne Chatiliez, and Tonie Marshall before shooting his first short. From 1994 (Une Nou­nou pas comme les Autres, TV movie, Eric Civanyan) to 2008 (Que du Bonheur, TV series), he appeared as an actor in more than twenty shorts, feature films, TV series, and TV movies. He taught cinema at the Cours Florent (2001-2002).
1997 ◘ La Fleur à la Bouche (short; also screenwriter, dialogist, producer)
        ◘ Haiku, Rose Victoria (short; also screenwriter, dialogist, producer)
        ◘ Clara et moi (also screenwriter, dialogist, producer)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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