Fabrice Goldstein

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Fabrice Goldstein
Born (1972-02-25) 25 February 1972 (age 45)
Paris, France
Occupation Film producer
Years active 1999–present

Fabrice Goldstein (born 25 February 1972) is a French film producer.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

His film The Names of Love (French: Le Nom des gens) produced by Goldstein, Antoine Rein, and Caroline Adrian was awarded two César Awards in 2011, including best female lead for Sara Forestier and best writing.[7]

Filmography[8][edit]

Features[edit]

Shorts[edit]

  • 2011:J'aurais pu être une pute
  • 2010: Aglaée
  • 2010: La coagulation des jours
  • 2008: Arrêt demandé
  • 2006: Chair fraîche
  • 2006: Le Mozart des pickpockets
  • 2006: Du pain et des fraises
  • 2006: Le Steak
  • 2005: 40 mg d'amour par jour
  • 2005: Patiente 69
  • 2004: Connaissance du monde (drame psychologique)
  • 2004: Le droit chemin
  • 2004: Frédérique amoureuse
  • 2003: Abîmes
  • 2003: Après
  • 2003: Le tarif de Dieu
  • 2003: Wolfpack
  • 2002: Mi-temps
  • 2002: Bois ta Suze
  • 2002: You Sure?
  • 2001: Premier nu
  • 1999: Touchez pas à ma poule !

References[edit]

  1. ^ Unifrance (in French)
  2. ^ AlloCiné (in French)
  3. ^ (in French) Article Tele Obs du Nouvel Observateur - Mai 2011
  4. ^ L'Express (in French)
  5. ^ Cinemotions interview (in French)
  6. ^ Refer to the French article to know more
  7. ^ "Polanski and Tarantino feted at French film awards". BBC News. 26 February 2011. Retrieved 2011-02-27. 
  8. ^ IMDB (in English)