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He has won several awards: among others two César Awards for Best Director (for ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'' and ''Film/AProphet'') and a UsefulNotes/PalmeDOr (for ''Film/{{Dheepan}}''). In spite of their gloomy tone, his films generally have a HappyEnding, which is surprising for French auteur films.

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He has won several awards: among others two César Awards for Best Director (for ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'' and ''Film/AProphet'') and a UsefulNotes/PalmeDOr (for ''Film/{{Dheepan}}''). In spite of their gloomy tone, his films generally have a HappyEnding, which is surprising unusual for French auteur films.


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* ''Les Olympiades'' (2021)


He is the son of prolific screenwriter and dialoguist Michel Audiard.

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Jacques Audiard (born 30 April 1952) is a French film director and screenwriter. He has won several awards: among others two César Awards for Best Director (for ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'' and ''Film/AProphet'') and a UsefulNotes/PalmeDOr (for ''Film/{{Dheepan}}''). In spite of their gloomy tone, his films generally have a HappyEnding, which is surprising for French auteur films.

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Jacques Audiard (born 30 April 1952) is a French film director and screenwriter.

He has won several awards: among others two César Awards for Best Director (for ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'' and ''Film/AProphet'') and a UsefulNotes/PalmeDOr (for ''Film/{{Dheepan}}''). In spite of their gloomy tone, his films generally have a HappyEnding, which is surprising for French auteur films.
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He is the son of prolific screenwriter and dialoguist Michel Audiard.



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* ''Film/ReadMyLips'' (2001)


Jacques Audiard (born 30 April 1952) is a French film director and screenwriter. He has won several awards: among others two César Awards for Best Director (for ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'' and ''Film/AProphet'') and a UsefulNotes/PalmeDOr (for ''Film/{{Dheepan}}''). In spite of their gloomy tone, his films generally end with a HappyEnding, which is surprising for French auteur films.

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Jacques Audiard (born 30 April 1952) is a French film director and screenwriter. He has won several awards: among others two César Awards for Best Director (for ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'' and ''Film/AProphet'') and a UsefulNotes/PalmeDOr (for ''Film/{{Dheepan}}''). In spite of their gloomy tone, his films generally end with have a HappyEnding, which is surprising for French auteur films.



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Jacques Audiard (born 30 April 1952) is a French film director and screenwriter. He has won several awards: among others two César Awards for Best Director (for ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'' and ''Film/AProphet'') and a UsefulNotes/PalmeDOr (for ''Film/{{Dheepan}}'').

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Jacques Audiard (born 30 April 1952) is a French film director and screenwriter. He has won several awards: among others two César Awards for Best Director (for ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'' and ''Film/AProphet'') and a UsefulNotes/PalmeDOr (for ''Film/{{Dheepan}}'').
''Film/{{Dheepan}}''). In spite of their gloomy tone, his films generally end with a HappyEnding, which is surprising for French auteur films.


Jacques Audiard (born 30 April 1952) is a French film director and screenwriter.

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Jacques Audiard (born 30 April 1952) is a French film director and screenwriter. He has won several awards: among others two César Awards for Best Director (for ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'' and ''Film/AProphet'') and a UsefulNotes/PalmeDOr (for ''Film/{{Dheepan}}'').

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Jacques Audiard (born 30 April 1952) is a French film director and screenwriter.
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!!Works on TV Tropes:

As director and screenwriter:
* ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'' (2005)
* ''Film/AProphet'' (2009)
* ''Film/{{Dheepan}}'' (2015)
* ''Film/TheSistersBrothers'' (2018)

As screenwriter:
* ''Film/LeProfessionnel'' (1981)
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