Synonyms for acteurs or Related words with acteurs

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Examples of "acteurs"
- Evaluation de la participation des acteurs non-étatiques
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Actors (original title: Les Acteurs) is a 2000 French comedy film directed by Bertrand Blier.
• 1987 : "La Méprise" and "Les Acteurs de bonne foi" by Marivaux, creation at the Théâtre de l'Athénée in 1987
"Les Acteurs de bonne foi" was produced by the Comédie-Française but was not a success. Marivaux published it in the "Conservateur" journal in November 1757.
"Rock Haine Roll. Origines, histoires et acteurs du Rock Identitaire Français, une tentative de contre-culture d'extrême droite", Collectif, Éditions No Pasaran, May 2004, 186 pages.
Acteurs: Laila Eloui (Ne'mat)- Mahmoud Hemeida (Adly)- Mena Shalaby (soeur de Ne'mat)- Aida Abd El Aziz (mère de Ne'mat)- Youssef Osman (Naeem)- Edward - Raouf Mustafa
Les Acteurs de bonne foi is a comedy in one act and in prose written by French playwright Pierre de Marivaux and performed for the first time on October 30, 1749.
Outside of animation, Topart was a member of the Théâtre national populaire (TNP), a French theater troupe, from 1950 to 1960 before entering film and television. His live-action film credits included "Angélique, Marquise des Anges" by Bernard Borderie in 1964 and Claude Chabrol's "Chicken with Vinegar" in 1985. His last on-screen film was the 2000 comedy, "Les Acteurs", directed by Bertrand Blier.
In September 2014, her second book was released, "The Morning After: The 1995 Quebec Referendum and the Day that Almost Was" (in French, "Confessions post-référendaires: Les acteurs politiques de 1995 et le scénario d'un oui"). The book, cowritten with Jean Lapierre, was a shortlisted nominee for the 2015 Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing.
Bonitzer was awarded the 1996 Prix Jean Vigo for "Encore". The film also earned him a César Award nomination for Best First Feature Film. Régnier was nominated for the 1997 Acteurs à l'Écran Best Actress award for her performance in the film.
Mehdi Belhaj Kacem was born in Paris on April 17, 1973. He lived in Tunisia until he was 13. He was nominated for the Prix Michel Simon Acteurs à l'Écran award for Best Actor for his part in the 2001 film "Wild Innocence".
Upon obtaining initial success, the festival begins enjoying the contribution of many young talents. Among the acteurs and actresses invited by Villard, one finds the following: Jean Négroni, Germaine Montero, Alain Cuny, Michel Bouquet, Jean-Pierre Jorris, Silvia Montfort, Jeanne Moreau, Daniel Sorano, Maria Casarès, Philippe Noiret, Monique Chaumette, Jean Le Poulain, Charles Denner, Jean Deschamps, Georges Wilson, and Gérard Philipe.
In 2001, Demy worked for director Benoît Cohen for the first time in the film "Les Acteurs anonymes". They reunited for "Nos enfants chéris" ("Our Precious Children"), in which he played Martin, a 30-year-old who meets his great love again just as he's about to become a father.
She won the Most Promising Actress award at the 1998 César awards and Best Actress at the 1997 Paris Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Actress in the Acteurs à l'Écran awards. She won the 2002 Prix Romy Schneider, an award given annually to a promising young actress.
Petitjean made her first pornographic appearance by 1998 in "Acteurs porno en analyse" by José Bénazéraf and attained international fame in "Body Builders in Heat" series released by Channel 69 studios. She starred in the 4th of the series that was directed by Julien Lacourt and released in March 2000, she went on to appear in four more releases in the series (directed by Fabien Lafait).
She has written the script of the successful Dutch movie "Alles is Liefde" ("Everything is Love"). The movie has been seen over a million times, which resulted in a "" award. Later, it received a Dutch Golden Calves award for best Dutch movie. She is married to actor Jacob Derwig, with whom she has two children, Roman and Kee Molly (born 17 December 2007). They met on the set of the TV-series "De acteurs" ("The actors"), where various actors played different roles written by Van Kooten.
The play is built on the dialogue the author established with the reader through the mise en abyme device. In effect, the text features interviews with the actors, discussion about the possibilities of staging, and lines from a play that is to be performed. "Les Acteurs de bonne foi", is the last play Marivaux had performed in a large theatre, it is a hybrid text where comedy quickly leads to confusion between reality and the play, with the mise en abyme highlighting the importance of dramatic illusion.
For Philippe Adrien, this period also bears the imprint of his teaching at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique (1989–2003). Numerous projects were born of this exercise: Shakespeare ("Hamlet", then "Le Roi Lear"), Marivaux ("Les Acteurs de bonne foi" and "La Méprise"), Claudel ("L’Annonce faite à Marie"), Brecht ("La Noce chez les petits bourgeois"), Beckett ("En attendant Godot"), Vitrac ("Victor ou les enfants au pouvoir"), Gombrowicz ("Yvonne, princesse de Bourgogne"), Copi ("L’Homosexuel ou la difficulté de s'exprimer"), Armando Llamas ("Meurtres de la princesse juive")... and in 2010 Feydeau’s "Le Dindon", which garnered four nominations at the Molière Awards, toured for three years, and had a revival during the 2014 summer at the Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Martin.
Brasseur remained at the Palais-Royal until 1877, creating many roles, including the Brésilien/Frick/Prosper in "La Vie parisienne" by Offenbach in 1866. His forte was grotesques, and he often exaggerated effects in the extreme sometimes to the point of becoming hoarse. He was skilled in transformation, the Goncourt brothers describing him thus « C'est toute une troupe que Brasseur. Il est cinq, six acteurs, que sais-je? Toutes les voix, tous les gestes, toutes les physionomies, il les prend, non il les a » ("Brasseur is a complete troupe. He is five, six actors – who can say ? Every voice, every gesture, every expression, he can take on – no, he has them"). He also had the reputation of easily losing his temper.