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Anne-Marie Miéville

Anne-Marie Miéville


Anne-Marie Miéville, born November 11, 1945 in Lausanne, is a filmmaker, director, producer, screenwriter, actress and writer from Vaud. Anne-Marie Miéville works as a photographer and is the manager of a bookstore. In the 1960s, she also recorded two variety discs for Barclay, on songs by Jean-Jacques Debout. Then in 1972, she met Jean-Luc Godard in Paris, who became her companion until his death in 2022. Initially, from 1973 to 1994, she collaborated with this filmmaker as a photographer, screenwriter, editor, co-director and artistic director for some of her/their films. Then in 1983, she directed her first short film, "How Can I Love", and, a year later, a second short film, "Le Livre De Marie". Since then, she has continued to make films. Through her cinematographic stories, she questions, with a singularity of tone, love, time, the meaning of things, ... Her first feature film is called: "My Dear Subject" and was released in 19883. 1994 "Lou Didn't Say No". Still in 1994, Anne-Marie Miéville published "Histoire Du Garçon", a text retracing the career and life of her brother Alain, who died accidentally in 1993. In 1996/1997, a new feature film was broadcast, "Nous Sommes Tous Encore Here". Then in 2000, "Après La Réconciliation" in which she appeared, accompanied by Claude Perron, Jacques Spiesser, Jean-Luc Godard and Xavier Marchand. In 2002, she wrote "Images In Words", short texts published by Farrago, which the publisher wrote were "a series of fixed shots, short films of writing. Strictly speaking, it is not a question of news, but rather of indescribable moments, fleeting perfumes of images, where it would be a question of filming with words”.

  • Known For: Directing
  • Birthday: 1945-11-11
  • Place of Birth: Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland
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