The screenwriter award to Caesar, Colo Tavernier, who wrote for Claude Chabrol and Bertrand Tavernier, her ex-husband (they were separated since 1981), died in the night from Friday to Saturday as the result of cancer, according to a press release of the Institute Light.read also : Bertrand Tavernier, the man movie
originally irish and franco-Spanish Colo Tavernier O'hagan has written for film and television and won the 1985 César for best adaptation for A Sunday in the countryside.
In 1995, The Bait, for which she wrote the screenplay, won the golden Bear at the Berlin film Festival.
"The life we had separated but I feel an emptiness and lack. Colo formed me, shoved, makes it grow. We have raised all Nils (Tavernier, actor and director, ED) and Tiffany (novelist and screenwriter-even) which I think this morning," says Bertrand Tavernier, president of the Lumière Institute, in the press release.
"I remember a sunny personality, full of character and joy, caring and fiercely independent. As a screenwriter, Colo chose always strong stories, there was a very personal thing and drew always something very universal", has welcomed his side, Thierry Frémaux, director of the Lumière Institute.
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