Pascale Pouzadoux

Pascale Pouzadoux

Pascale Pouzadoux and her partner Antoine Duléry at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival
Born (1970-04-19) 19 April 1970
Saint-Mandé, France
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, actress
Years active 1977–present

Pascale Pouzadoux (born 19 April 1970) is a French film director, screenwriter and actress.[1]

Life and career

Pouzadoux was trained at the Théâtre national de Chaillot. She performed in the adaptation of Victor Hugo's L'Intervention, a play staged by Jacqueline Huppert in 1977, before going on to appear in a number of television series and films.

In 2003, she made her feature film directorial debut Toutes les filles sont folles, starring Antoine Duléry, with whom she had two sons, Raphaël and Lucien.[2][3]


Year Title Credited as Notes
Director Screenwriter Actress
1988 Bonjour l'angoisse Yes
1990 L'Enfant des loups Yes Telefilm
1990 La Télé des Inconnus Yes TV series
1990 Les Cadavres exquis de Patricia Highsmith Yes TV series
1992 Border Line Yes
1993 Tango Yes
1993 Les Yeux au plafond Yes Short
1994 La Récréation Yes Telefilm
1994 Grand brun aux yeux doux Yes Yes Yes Short
1995 Les Misérables Yes
1995 Les Nouveaux Exploits d'Arsène Lupin Yes TV series
1995 Navarro Yes TV series
1996 Jamais deux sans toi...t Yes TV series
1996 Double peine Yes Telefilm
1996 Il faut que ça brillex Yes Yes Short
1997 Les Voisins Yes Short
1997 4, 5, 6 Yes Short
1997 Mon jour de chance Yes Yes Yes Short
2000 À deux sur la comète Yes Short
2001 Les Gens en maillot de bain ne sont pas (forcément) superficiels Yes
2001 Chercheur d'héritiers Yes TV series
2002 Chantage Yes Short
2003 Toutes les filles sont folles Yes Yes Yes
2008 De l'autre côté du lit Yes Yes Yes
2009 Les Petits Meurtres d'Agatha Christie Yes TV series
2011 La Croisière Yes Yes
2015 The Final Lesson Yes Yes


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