Carine Adler

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Carine Adler
Born 1948 (age 65–66)
Occupation Film director
Years active 1994 - present

Carine Adler, Lady Reid of Cardowan (born 1948) is a Brazilian screenwriter and film director.

She is probably best known as the second wife of British government minister Dr John Reid, Baron Reid, whom she married in 2002.[1] She has a son Hal from a previous marriage, and has two stepsons with Dr Reid.


Feature films[edit]

  • Stray - 2006, director
  • Under the Skin - 1997, writer/director. Received the Michael Powell Award for Best British feature film at the 1997 Edinburgh International Film Festival


  • Fever - 1995, writer/director
  • Edward's Flying Boat (doc) - 1995, writer/director
  • Touch and Go - 1993, writer/director
  • Jamie - 1982, writer/director. A short film made at the National Film and Television School
  • Pianists - 1980, writer/director
  • Contrechamps - 1979, writer/director


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