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Rémi Bezançon at the preview of Le Premier jour du reste de ta vie at UGC Ciné Cité Bercy, Paris, 21 July 2008
|Born||25 March 1971|
|Occupation||Film director and screenwriter|
Remi Bezançon is a French director and screenwriter, born 25 March 1971 in Paris.
Rémi Bezançon studied at the Ecole Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle (ESRA) in Paris and the École du Louvre. In 2005 he released his first feature film Ma vie en l'air before meeting with success in 2008 with The First Day of the Rest of Your Life. In 2011, he directed Un heureux événement, adapted from the novel by Eliette Abécassis, with Louise Bourgoin, Pio Marmaï and Josiane Balasko. The soundtrack, like the previous films, is by Sinclair.
- 1997: Little Italy
- 2001: Vikings
- 2003: Parables
- 2005: Ma vie en l'air
- 2008: The First Day of the Rest of Your Life
- 2011: Un heureux événement
- 2012: Zarafa co-directed by Jean-Christophe Lie
Remi Bezançon is writer of all the films he made.
- 2000: Les Brigands of Jérôme Legris, co-written with Jérôme Legris from a news of Auguste Villiers de l'Isle-Adam. Soundtrack composed by Régis Vogelene
- 2004: Vendues by Jean-Claude Jean
- 2011: Malicorne, a comic with Jérôme Legris and Timothy Montaigne
- Césars 2009: nominated for César Award for Best Writing for The First Day of the Rest of Your Life
- Césars 2009: nominated for César Award for Best Director for The First Day of the Rest of Your Life
- Césars 2009: nominated for César Award for Best Film for The First Day of the Rest of Your Life.
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