Tonie Marshall

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Tonie Marshall
Tonie Marshall 2012.jpg
Tonie Marshall in 2012
Born (1951-11-29)29 November 1951
Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France
Occupation Actress
Film director
Screenwriter
Years active 1971 – present

Tonie Marshall (born 29 November 1951) is an actress, screenwriter, and film director in French cinema.

She is the daughter of American actor William Marshall and French actress, Micheline Presle and the half-sister of actor Mike Marshall.

In 1994, her film Pas très catholique was entered into the 44th Berlin International Film Festival.[1]

Her 1999 film Venus Beauty Institute (Vénus beauté (institut)) won the 2000 César Award for Best Film and she won the César Award for Best Director and for Best Writing - Original or Adaptation.

In 2002 her film Au plus près du paradis was nominated for the Golden Lion Award as best film at the Venice Film Festival.

Marshall is a signatory of the "Free Roman Polanski" Petition.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1971 Les dossiers du professeur Morgan Actress TV Series (1 Episode)
Un enfant dans la ville Actress TV Movie
Directed by Pierre Sisser
Côté cour, côté champs Actress Short
Directed by Guy Gilles
1972 What a Flash! Actress Directed by Jean-Michel Barjol
1973 L'oiseau rare Actress Directed by Jean-Claude Brialy
A Slightly Pregnant Man Actress Directed by Jacques Demy
1975 Une Suédoise à Paris Actress TV Series (1 Episode)
Directed by Patrick Saglio
Vous ne l'emporterez pas au paradis Actress Directed by François Dupont-Midi
La fleur des pois Actress TV Movie
Directed by Raymond Rouleau
1976 Les Cinq Dernières Minutes Actress TV Series (1 Episode)
Directed by Claude Loursais
Mords pas, on t'aime! Actress Directed by Yves Allégret
Le cheval évanoui Actress TV Movie
Directed by Alain Dhénaut
Les infidèles Actress TV Movie
Directed by Alain Dhénaut
1977 Au théâtre ce soir Actress TV Series (1 Episode)
Directed by Pierre Sabbagh
1978 Le mutant Actress TV Mini-Series
Directed by Bernard Toublanc-Michel
Les deux élèves préférés Actress Short
Directed by Danièle Dubroux
1979 Les amours de la belle époque Actress TV Series (1 Episode)
Rien ne va plus Actress Directed by Jean-Michel Ribes
1980 Cinéma 16 Actress TV Series (1 Episode)
Directed by Eric Le Hung
Tout dépend des filles... Actress Directed by Pierre Fabre
Les sous-doués Actress Directed by Claude Zidi
La naissance du jour Actress TV Movie
Directed by Jacques Demy
1981 Les amours des années folles Actress TV Series (1 Episode)
Directed by Marion Sarraut
Le petit théâtre d'Antenne 2 Actress TV Series (1 Episode)
Directed by Michel Treguer
Les dossiers éclatés Actress TV Series (1 Episode)
Directed by Alain Boudet
La gueule du loup Actress Directed by Michel Léviant
Les roses de Dublin Actress TV Mini-Series
Directed by Lazare Iglesis
1982 Merci Bernard Actress TV Series (10 Episodes)
Directed by Jean-Michel Ribes
1983 Archipel des amours Actress Directed by Jacques Davila
Elle voulait faire du cinéma Actress TV Movie
Directed by Caroline Huppert
1984 Paris vu par... vingt ans après Actress Directed by Frédéric Mitterrand
Batailles Actress TV Movie
Directed by Jean-Michel Ribes
1985 Classique Actress Short
Directed by Christian Vincent
1986 Qui trop embrasse... Actress Directed by Jacques Davila
Beau temps mais orageux en fin de journée Actress Directed by Gérard Frot-Coutaz
Le Tiroir secret Actress TV Mini-Series
Directed by Nadine Trintignant, Roger Gillioz, Michel Boisrond & Édouard Molinaro
1987 Coeurs croisés Actress Directed by Stéphanie de Mareuil
1989 Pentimento Director / Writer
Palace Actress TV Series (1 Episode)
Directed by Jean-Michel Ribes
1990 Le champignon des Carpathes Actress Directed by Jean-Claude Biette
La campagne de Cicéron Actress Directed by Jacques Davila
1992 Chasse gardée Actress Directed by Jean-Claude Biette
1993 Point d'orgue Actress TV Movie
Directed by Paul Vecchiali
1994 Something Fishy Director / Writer Bergamo Film Meeting - Golden Rosa Camuna
Nominated - Berlin International Film Festival - Golden Bear
3000 scénarios contre un virus Director TV Series (1 Episode)
1996 Pour rire! Actress Directed by Lucas Belvaux
Citron amer Actress Short
Directed by Christiane Lack
Enfants de salaud Director / Writer
1999 Venus Beauty Institute Director / Writer César Award for Best Director
César Award for Best Film
César Award for Best Writing
Cabourg Film Festival - Golden Swann
2000 Tontaine et Tonton Director TV Movie
2002 Au plus près du paradis Director / Writer Nominated - Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion
2003 France Boutique Director / Writer
2004 Les falbalas de Jean-Paul Gaultier Director / Writer / Cinematographer Documentary
2005 Vénus & Apollon Director / Writer / Producer TV Series
2008 Musée haut, musée bas Actress Directed by Jean-Michel Ribes
Passe-passe Director / Writer / Producer
2009 X Femmes Director / Writer TV Series (1 Episode)
Complices Producer Directed by Frédéric Mermoud
2010 HH, Hitler à Hollywood Actress Directed by Frédéric Sojcher
2012 Nuts Producer Directed by Yann Coridian
2014 The Missionaries Director / Writer / Producer

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Berlinale: 1994 Programme". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2011-06-16. 
  2. ^ Knegt, Peter. "Over 100 In Film Community Sign Polanski Petition" indieWIRE. 9/30/2009 (page downloaded 12/9/2009).

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