Christophe Honoré  

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Christophe Honoré (born in Bretagne, France on April 10, 1970) is a French writer and film director. He wrote in "Les Cahiers du cinéma" before becoming a director. He has been the screenwriter for some of Gaël Morel's films. He has directed Romain Duris in two different films. His book Tout contre Léo is famous in France as it talks very cleverly about HIV to children. He is considered an "auteur" in French cinema and his film Ma mère has garnered him international admiration. He is gay and some of his movies or screenplays (like Les filles ne savent pas nager or "Dix-sept fois Cécile Cassard)" deal with gay or lesbian relations.


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Novels

  • 1995 : Tout contre Léo (jeunesse), turned into a film in 2002
  • 1996 : C'est plus fort que moi (jeunesse)
  • 1997 : Je joue très bien tout seul (jeunesse)
  • 1997 : L'affaire petit Marcel (jeunesse)
  • 1997 : L’infamille (Éditions de L'Olivier, ISBN 2-87929-143-7)
  • 1998 : Zéro de lecture (jeunesse)
  • 1998 : Une toute petite histoire d'amour (jeunesse)
  • 1998 : Je ne suis pas une fille à papa (jeunesse)
  • 1999 : Les nuits où personne ne dort (jeunesse)
  • 1999 : Mon cœur bouleversé (jeunesse)
  • 1999: Bretonneries (jeunesse)
  • 1999 : La douceur (Éditions de L'Olivier, ISBN 2-87929-236-0)

Theatre

Screenwriting

As film director




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