Synonyms for lisa_azuelos or Related words with lisa_azuelos

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Examples of "lisa_azuelos"
Quantum Love () is a 2014 French film written and directed by Lisa Azuelos and starring Sophie Marceau and François Cluzet.
Hey Good Looking! (original title: Comme t'y es belle !) is a 2006 French comedy film directed by Lisa Azuelos.
In 2017, Lisa Azuelos directed the film "Dalida", starring Riccardo Scamarcio, Vincent Perez, Niels Schneider, Jean-Paul Rouve, Patrick Timsit and Sveva Alviti who portrayed Dalida.
Lisa Azuelos (born 6 November 1965) is a French director, writer, and producer of Moroccan descent. She is the daughter of singer Marie Laforêt.
Dalida is a 2017 French biographical drama film about the life of singer and actress Dalida. It is written, directed and co-produced by Lisa Azuelos, and stars Sveva Alviti as Dalida.
At that time, she appeared again on television and cinema, especially with Bertrand Blier and Lisa Azuelos. She continued playing in theatre dramas like "Comme en 14", 3 Molière Awards and one for best public show in 2004, "Le Prince travesti", "Exit the King" with Michel Bouquet, 2 Molière Awards and one for best private show in 2005, and "Adultères" with Pascale Arbillot.
In 2006, he featured in "Hey Good Looking!", a French movie by Lisa Azuelos. The same year, he played in "Astérix et Obélix aux Jeux Olympiques" by Frédéric Forestier and Thomas Langmann and in "Home Sweet Home" by Didier Le Pêcheur.
He is the co-author with Jean-Marie Périer of "L'Attrape-Salinger", a documentary about J. D. Salinger. He plays himself in "Les ruses de Frédéric" (2007), an average film by Louis Skorecki and also appears in "Les infortunes de la beauté" by John Lvoff (which he co-wrote), "Hey Good Looking !" by Lisa Azuelos, "Tu vas rire, mais je te quitte" by Philippe Harel and "La personne aux deux personnes" by Nicolas and Bruno. He also appeared in the pornographic film "La fille du batelier", by Patrice Cabanel.
LOL (Laughing Out Loud) is a 2008 French comedy film directed by Lisa Azuelos and starring Sophie Marceau, Christa Theret, and Alexandre Astier. Written by Azuelos and Delgado Nans, the film is about a teenage girl whose life is split between her studies in a prestigious Parisian high school, her secret diary, her friends, boyfriends, her divorced parents, drugs, and sexuality. For her performance in the film, Sophie Marceau won the Monte-Carlo Comedy Film Festival Jury Prize for Best Actress in 2008. Christa Theret received a César Award nomination for Most Promising Actress in 2010. The letters "LOL" mean "laughing out loud" in text language.
Théret's acting career began at the age 11, when she did her first film, "Headhunter", in 2005. Then at age 14, when played a role in "Le Couperet" as Betty Davert. Then, in 2007, she starred in "Et toi t'es sur qui?" as a gothic teenager named Julie dite Batman. In 2008, she had her first big break in with the lead role in Lisa Azuelos' blockbuster "LOL", which led her to be nominated for the César for Best Promising Actress. In 2012, she also starred in "L'homme qui rit" as Déa. In the future, she wants to be a director. She is also writing her first short movie.
LOL is a 2012 American coming of age romance film directed by Lisa Azuelos, written by Azuelos and Kamir Aïnouz. The film is a remake of the 2008 French film "LOL (Laughing Out Loud)". It stars Miley Cyrus, Demi Moore, Ashley Greene and Adam Sevani. It was filmed in 2010 but released by Lionsgate two years later, in the United States on May 4, 2012, as a limited release in 105 theaters without promotion. Before its release in the US, "LOL" was released in India and Singapore. The film was released in 26 countries. The film received negative reviews from film critics and it earned $10.4 million on a $11 million budget.
The spread of Internet linguistics is also present in films made by both commercial and independent filmmakers. Though primarily screened at film festivals, DVDs of independent films are often available for purchase over the internet including paid-live-streamings, making access to films more easily available for the public. The very nature of commercial films being screened at public cinemas allows for the wide exposure to the mainstream mass audience, resulting in a faster and wider spread of Internet slangs. The latest commercial film is titled "LOL" (acronym for "Laugh Out Loud" or "Laughing Out Loud"), starring Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore. This movie is a 2011 remake of the Lisa Azuelos' 2008 popular French film similarly titled "LOL (Laughing Out Loud)".