Christian Fechner

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Christian Fechner
Born (1944-07-26)26 July 1944
Agen, France
Died 25 November 2008(2008-11-25) (aged 64)
Paris, France
Occupation Film director, producer, screenwriter

Christian Fechner (26 July 1944 - 25 November 2008) was a French film producer, screenwriter and director.[1]

After starting off as an illusionist, he became a music producer with French singer Antoine. He transformed Antoine’s musicians, les Problems, into a band named Les Charlots.[citation needed]

Fechner produced such films as Les bidasses en folie, Les fous du stade, Bons baisers de Hong Kong, Viens chez moi, j'habite chez une copine, Papy fait de la résistance, Les Spécialistes, Marche à l'ombre, The Children of the Marshland, La Tour Montparnasse Infernale, Chouchou.

In 2005, he produced Les Bronzés 3: Amis pour la vie (and marked his last great success making nearly $151,211,264 at the box office.[citation needed]

Christian Fechner died on November 25, 2008 after a battle with cancer.

Fechner had two children: film producer Alexandra Fechner and Maxime Fechner, owner of the fashion brand Kymerah.





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