Synonyms for bessis or Related words with bessis

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Examples of "bessis"
In the first six renditions to 2015, Thomas Bessis was runner-up twice and winner once. Bessis and Cedric Lorenzini, both of France, were second in 2014 and first in 2015.
He also co-directs and produces a short film called "Lola & Eddie" with "Lola Bessis" et "Tom Leeb".
That same year, Bessis starred in Mathias Malzieu's last film, "Le distributeur d'aurores boréales", that has been shown at Cannes film festival 2016.
In July 2016, Bessis has been featured in Interview Magazine’s portfolio « Hollywood’s most wanted » among the top 15 up and coming Hollywood actors.
Swim Little Fish Swim is a 2013 French-American indie comedy-drama written, produced and co-directed by Lola Bessis and Ruben Amar.
In 2013, she plays the lead in Swim Little Fish Swim, an English-speaking comedy-drama shot in New York and that Bessis co-directed with Ruben Amar.
He returned to France in 1952 and once again took up the position of an intern with Marcel Bessis. It was during this time that Dausset conducted his first official research. With Bessis, Dausset discovered the first antigen-presenting leucocyte, but it was only officially described in 1958. Between the years 1952 and 1957 he collaborated with many researchers such as Gilbert Malinvaud and Jacques and Monique Colombani.
Ginossar won the European Open Teams Championship in Antalya, Turkey in June 2007 with his partner Ron Pachtman, and with the French father-son combination of Michel and Thomas Bessis as teammates.
Lola Bessis (born 1991) is a French actress, screenwriter and director. She is known for the movie Swim Little Fish Swim in which she acted and also wrote the script.
A year later, following the success of "Checkpoint", Ruben Amar started co-writing, co-directing and co-producing with Lola Bessis what will become their first feature film: "Swim Little Fish Swim".
Thirst Street is starring Lindsay Burdge, Damien Bonnard, Esther Garrel, Lola Bessis, Jacques Nolot, Françoise Lebrun. The Oscar-winning actress Anjelica Huston has come aboard as the voice-over narrator.
The 2014 silver and bronze medalists Lall–Milner and Kowalski–Romanski were two of three pairs that won the World Senior Teams Championship in the same meet, along with Michel Bessis–Philippe Cronier.
Éditions Elyzad is a Tunisian publishing house, with its headquarters in Tunis. Founded in 2005, it publishes French literary works. Associated personalities include leïla Sebbar, Tahar Bekri, Sophie Bessis, Cécile Oumhani and Théo Ananissoh, and it also has a role to play in discovering new talents such as
mostly attracting the more wealthy residents. If Carthage is not the capital, it tends to be the political pole, a « place of emblematic power » according to Sophie Bessis, leaving to Tunis the economic and administrative roles. The Carthage Palace (the Tunisian presidential palace) is located in the coast.
Omer and the Starchild () is a French animated adventure television series created by Frédéric Koskas, Richard Bessis and Bernard Deyriès. Twenty-six episodes of twenty-six minutes were broadcast from on Canal +, and rebroadcast in 1993 on TF1. It has also aired on Cartoon Network in the United Kingdom.
After World War II Dausset worked with Professor Marcel Bessis who had developed a new transfusion technique called exchange transfusion. He worked as an immunohematologist and was interested in anaemic patients who required blood transfusions, he found that these patients lacked both red and white blood cells. In 1948, Dausset went to work as an intern in the Children’s Hospital in Boston. He worked there in a hematology lab for about four years.
This is the second Venice Cup for France and the 7th medal in 14 Venice Cup tournaments from 1985 to date, the time of equality with the Bermuda Bowl. Silvie Willard has played for all seven medalists; Véronique Bessis, Bénédicte Cronier, and Catherine D'Ovidio (Saul) six; and Danièle Gaviard (Allouche) five. Following the tournament, D'Ovidio and Willard moved up current ranks one and two among Women Grand Masters and their three frequent teammates moved into the top twelve.
The modern Carthage, beyond its residential vocation, seems to be invested with an affirmed political role. The geographical configuration of Carthage, as an old peninsula, save Carthage, of Tunis' inconveniences and embarrassments and increase its attractivity as a residency place toward the elites. If Carthage is not the capital, it tends to be the political pole, a « place of emblematic power » according to Sophie Bessis, leaving to Tunis the economic and administrative roles.
In February 2017, Lola Bessis will lead the Picnic At Hanging Rock Reboot alongside Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer and Orange is the New Black star Yael Stone. Foxtel recently announced plans to revive the classic story into a six-part mini-series. Picnic at Hanging Rock is one of Australia’s most iconic books and movies. The historical novel, which depicts the disappearance of three school girls and their teacher during an excursion to Hanging Rock, was written by Joan Lindsay in 1967, before being adapted into a hauntingly beautiful film by Peter Weir in 1975.
In 2011, Vianney met Isabelle Vaudey, who became his manager. She arranged for public performances and arranged a meeting with vocalist Antoine Essertier, who offered to produce his debut album, "Idées blanches", which was recorded in summer of 2013 and released on 20 October 2014. With the album, he was signed to the "Tôt ou tard" record label in February 2014. His first charting single from the album was "Je te déteste" with the music video directed by Nicolas Davenel. The follow up single "Pas là" became his biggest chart success. The music video was directed by Nicolas Bary and featured Lola Bessis.