Camille de Casabianca
Camille de Casabianca (31 October 1960, Paris) is a French filmmaker/writer.(Received a master of arts degree in Political Science from UC Berkeley). Casabianca's selected films include Peking Central, a comedy set in Mainland China, Madame Petlet's True Story, a French comedy, and Vive Nous!, a romantic comedy about social class and judo. Casabianca's published work includes Le Lapin Enchanté (Le Seuil, 2005) and Gourou (Leo Scheer, 2011). She received a 1996 21st Century Filmmaker Award in New York and was awarded Best Original Screenplay in 1987 by the French Academy of Cinema. Her film "Let's Party" was released in 2010 in France and selected by various festivals throughout the world (Nyon International Film Festival, Ronda International Film Festival, Buenos Aires 2011 FICIP). Her film "Family Harmony" (2013) features Georges Kiejman, known as lawyer and former Minister of the French government.
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