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Anne-Louise Trividic

Highest Rated: 92% His Brother (2003)

Lowest Rated: 63% The Monk (2011)

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Anne-Louise Trividic is a French screenwriter best known for her controversial adaptation of Hanif Kureishi's "Intimacy" (2001) with filmmaker Patrice Chéreau. After achieving a postgraduate degree in English literature, Trividic spent five years as an English teacher. That changed when Pascale Ferran, who had attended film school with Trividic's brother Pierre, offered her a chance to write the screenplay for her debut feature, "L'âge des Possibles" (1995), a film made with acting students from the National Theatre of Strasbourg. Trividic's next writing work was on "Intimacy," a film that earned plentiful accolades and aroused controversy due to its non-simulated sex scenes. The union between Chéreau and Trividic proved fruitful: they then worked on an adaptation of Philippe Bresson's "His Brother" (2003), radically reinterpreted Joseph Conrad in the operatically-extreme, Isabelle Huppert-starring "Gabrielle" (2005), and then joined forces once more for the psychological, experimental "Persécution" (2009), starring Romain Duris and Charlotte Gainsbourg. Her growing reputation for literary adaptations lead Trividic to collaborate with Frédéric Balekdjian on a TV-movie rendering of Sylvie Borel's underworld saga "Mon pére, Francis le Belge" (2010), and with Dominik Moll on a big-budget adaptation of Matthew Gregory Lewis' cult 18th century Gothic novel, "The Monk" (2011).



No Score Yet No Score Yet Gaby Baby Doll Screenwriter - 2014
63% 40% The Monk Screenwriter,
$8.4K 2011
No Score Yet 50% Louise Wimmer Screenwriter - 2011
No Score Yet 28% Persecution Screenwriter - 2009
74% 55% Gabrielle Writer $328.6K 2005
92% 67% His Brother Writer $22.5K 2003
No Score Yet 18% Nearest to Heaven Writer - 2002
66% 58% Intimacy Writer $563.6K 2001


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