Valérie Guignabodet, French film director, Died at 48


Valerie Guignabodet was born on May 9, 1967, and died on February 23, 2016.

She was a writer and filmmaker French.

She started her career writing scripts for television: In a large wind flowers, in 1995, and Lawyers and Associates, hit series created with Alain Krief and ran for eleven seasons on France 2 (1998-2010).

Valerie signed her first script for the cinema in front of Mathias Ledoux, in 1999.

During 2002, Guignabodet began directing with Monique: always happy, black comedy with Albert Dupontel, then in 2004 Wedding! With Jean Dujardin, Mathilde Seigner, Lio , Miou-Miou, which attracts over 2 million spectators in theaters.

Her third film, dance with him came out in 2007, a psychological drama where love horses meets Mathilde Seigner and Sami Frey and knows again the success in over a million moviegoers.

Guignabodet returns to comedy with Divorces, released in 2009, in which it offers the main roles of the actors from the theater: Pascale Arbillot and François-Xavier Demaison .

Valerie Guignabodet also produced and hosted for the chain Equidia a series of equestrian documentary, “The Essential Lessons” where she sets out to discover the greatest masters of the world riding.

Valerie Guignabodet was married to journalist Emmanuel Chain in 2013, and was the mother of a 18-year-old girl.

Valerie Guignabodet passed away at 48 yrs old.