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Delphine Claire Beltiane Seyrig was a Lebanese-born French actress and film director.
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Molière Award for Best Actress.
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Édouard Muller was a French painter and designer. He is best remembered for his designs "Le Jardin d'Hiver," "Le Jardin d'Armide" (1854) and "La Galerie de Flore" (1856–57) for the Jules Desfossé company. He also produced painted panels for the Zuber company at Rixheim.
Lise Thouin is a French Canadian actress and writer. She is married to the director Jean-Claude Lord.
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Marquise Lepage, is a Canadian (Québécoise) producer, screenwriter, and film and television director. She is best known for her 1987 feature Marie in the City , for which she received a nomination for Best Director at the 9th Genie Awards in 1988. She was also a nominee for Best Live Action Short Drama at the 14th Genie Awards in 1993 for Your Country, My Country . She was hired by the National Film Board (NFB) as a filmmaker in 1991. One of her first major projects for the NFB was The Lost Garden: The Life and Cinema of Alice Guy-Blaché, a documentary about female cinema pioneer Alice Guy-Blaché.