Synonyms for ma_fille or Related words with ma_fille

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Examples of "ma_fille"
My Daughter, My Angel (French: "Ma fille mon ange") is a 2007 Canadian French language thriller film starring Michel Côté and Karine Vanasse.
Valérie Deseine is a French film editor. Films she had edited for include "Me, Myself and Mum", "Molière", "Game of Four", "Le Petit Nicolas","", "Nicholas on Holiday", "Au nom de ma fille", "Up for Love" and "Fanny's Journey".
Hervieu's plays are built upon a severely logical method, the mechanism of which is sometimes so evident as to destroy the necessary sense of illusion. The closing words of "La Course du flambeau" (1901) "Pour ma fille, j'ai tué ma mère" (For my daughter, I killed my mother), are an example of his selection of a plot representing an extreme theory.
L'impossible Monsieur Pipelet , is a French comedy drama film from 1955, directed by André Hunebelle, written by Jacques Gut, starring Michel Simon and Louis de Funès. The film is known under the titles "The Impossible Mr. Pipelet" (international English title), "Ma fille et ses amours" Belgium French title), "Mijn dochter is verliefd" (Belgium Flemish title).
Christelle Cornil (born 28 August 1977) is a Belgian actress. Her acting credits include "Soeur Sourire", "Illegal", "Mr. Average", "Beauties at War", "Julie & Julia", "", "My Queen Karo", "The Round Up", "The Conquerors", "Au nom de ma fille" and "The Unknown Girl". She received the Magritte Award for Best Supporting Actress for "Illegal".
Louis Garrel (born 14 June 1983) is a French actor and filmmaker. He is best known for his starring role in "The Dreamers", directed by Bernardo Bertolucci. He regularly appears in films by French director Christophe Honoré, including "Ma mère", "Dans Paris", "Les Chansons d'amour", "La Belle Personne" and "Non ma fille, tu n'iras pas danser".
Geneviève Brisac (born 18 October 1951 in Paris) is a French writer and winner of the Prix Femina, 1996, for "Week-end de chasse à la mère", a novel translated in English as "Losing Eugenio" (2000) and referred to in "The New York Times" as a "mildly compelling text." She also writes short stories and children's literature, and is a literary critic for "Le Monde", and with Christophe Honoré she co-wrote the screenplay for Honoré's "Non Ma Fille, Tu N'iras pas Danser" (2009). Plagued by anorexia from childhood, she wrote an "auto-fictional" novel, "Petite" (1994), in which she recounts her struggle with the disease.
During World War I, the Opéra de Paris director Jacques Rouché asked Colette to provide the text for a fairy ballet. Colette originally wrote the story under the title "Divertissements pour ma fille". After Colette chose Ravel to set the text to music, a copy was sent to him in 1916 while he was still serving in the war; however, the mailed script was lost. In 1917, Ravel finally received a copy and agreed to complete the score, humorously replying to Colette, "I would like to compose this, but I have no daughter."
Trintignant has penned several novels alongside her work as a filmmaker throughout the years such as "Ton Chapeau au vestiaire" (1997)", Combien d'enfants" (2001), and "Le Jeune homme de la rue de France" (2002). Following the death of her daughter Marie, Trintignant wrote the memoir "Marie, ma fille" (2003)"." She has since written numerous books pertaining to her personal life: her autobiography "J'ai été jeune un jour" (2006); a collection of short stories depicting her pain after Marie's death, titled "Un étrange peine" (2007); a memoir of her late partner Alain Corneau, "Vers d'autres matins" (2012); and an homage to her mother, titled "La voilette de ma mère" (2014).
Mohammed Christophe Bilek (born 1950) is an Algerian former Muslim who lives in France since 1961. Bilek was baptized in 1970 and since then wrote two books: Un algérien pas très catholique (A not very Catholic Algerian), published by Éditions du Cerf (1999) and Saint Augustin raconté à ma fille (Saint Augustine as told to my daughter), published by Éditions Qabel (2011). In the 1990s, he founded the Our Lady of Kabyle (in French), a website devoted to evangelisation among Muslims and Muslim-Christian dialogue.
In an Austrian production of Bertha von Suttner und "Alfred Nobel - Eine Liebe für den Frieden", Alfred Nobel was portrayed by Sebastian Koch in 2014, and in the French production "Au nom de ma fille", based on a true story, for the big screen Sebastian Koch played Dieter Krombach, a German doctor who is accused of murdering his stepdaughter by her biological French father (played by Daniel Auteuil). The case has spanned 30 years and has caused considerable publicity because of the issues of French-German relations and vigilante justice it raised.
Françoise de Montmorency-Fosseux was the youngest of five daughters born to Pierre I de Montmorency. At age thirteen, she became lady-in-wating to Queen Margaret of Valois. A shy and blushing girl, she caught the attentions of King Henry. He called her ""ma fille"" and plied her with cakes, pastries, and rosewater sweets. She finally gave in to his advances during a voyage to Montauban, and afterwards grew ambitious and arrogant towards Queen Margaret, carrying on the affair in hopes of marriage. She eventually became pregnant, and with the prospect of bearing the child of a king, came to consider herself queen. Wary of gossip, however, she and Henry fled court at Nérac for Eaux-Chaudes from 7 to 25 June 1581. Henry wanted Queen Margaret to travel with them, but she waited to join the two at Bagnères de Bigorre. Margaret proposed banishing her rival from court, but La Fosseuse screamed that she would refuse to cooperate.
He has written music for more than 40 French and international films, including "Au nom de ma fille","Sleepless Night (2011 film)" by Frédéric Jardin, "Sticky Fingers (2009 film)" by the Canadian film-maker Ken Scott (filmmaker), "Nocturna (film)" by Spain's Victor Maldonado and Adrian Garcia, "La Personne aux deux Personnes " by Nicolas & Bruno, and "The Butterfly (2002 film)" with Michel Serrault. In 2008 the success in China of the film "The Butterfly" (which was watched by more than 10 million people) led to a meeting with the Hong Kong director Benny Chan (film director). This paved the way for him to work in Asian movies, as he composed the soundtracks for three of Chan's films – "The White Storm", "Shaolin (film)" " and "Connected (film)".
Vanasse then played Lucie (the teenage love interest of Benoit Langlais's main character, Zac) in the controversial Québec TV series "" (1999). Her character became very prominent in 2000–2001, and the debate stirred by the violent realism led her to become, together with Langlais, a spokesperson for the government-funded TV program "Parler, c'est grandir", a broadcast aimed at youngsters from unstable backgrounds. In 2001, she applied for the ITHAKA program and took a six-month break in Greece to devote herself to travel and academics, after which she played Donalda in Charles Binamé's epic, "" (2002). She was cast as an FLQ terrorist in the 2006 miniseries "October 1970" on CBC's English network. Vanasse appeared in such Canadian productions as "Sans Elle", "Ma fille, mon ange", and the Canadian/American/British mini-series "Killer Wave".
In 1962, he decided to sing his works himself: "Une petite fille" and "Cécile ma fille" (dedicated to his daughter, born in 1962, and to his wife Sylvie, whom he met at the Lapin Agile). These songs made him immediately known to a larger public, which he had already started to penetrate by participating in the concerts of Dalida. A car accident immobilised him for several months in 1963. The following year he travelled to Brazil, and sang in prestigious halls: the Olympia and the Théâtre de la Ville in Paris, and the Palais d'Hiver in Lyon. Following the death of his friend Jacques Audiberti in 1965 Nougaro wrote, in homage, the song "Chanson pour le maçon". The events of May 1968 inspired him to the torrential "Paris Mai", a plea for life, which would be banned from the airwaves. The same year he recorded his first live album at the Olympia: "Une soirée avec Claude Nougaro".