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  • Léa Pool - Wikipediaéa_Pool

    Léa Pool C.M. (born 8 September 1950) is a Swiss-Canadian filmmaker who has also teaches film at UQAM. She has directed several feature films, including Anne Trister ...

  • Léa Pool - IMDb

    Léa Pool, Director: Emporte-moi. Léa Pool was born on September 8, 1950 in Genève, Switzerland. She is a director and writer, known for Set Me Free (1999), Lost ...

  • Léa Pool - The Canadian Encyclopedia

    Chicago 16 th Edition. Gagnon, Annie Joan. "Léa Pool." In The Canadian Encyclopedia. Historica Canada, 1985—. Article published January 26, 2012

  • Léa Pool -éa Pool

    Léa Pool topic. Léa Pool C.M. (born 8 September 1950) is a Swiss - Canadian filmmaker who has also teaches film at UQAM . She has directed several feature films ...

  • Pink Ribbons, Inc. - Wikipedia,_Inc.

    Pink Ribbons, Inc. is a 2011 National Film Board of Canada (NFB) documentary about the pink ribbon campaign, directed by Léa Pool and produced by Ravida Din. The ...

  • POOL

    Pool is a Paris-based creative studio which takes design beyond furniture, encompassing graphics, artistic direction, and interior architecture.

  • La passion d'Augustine (2015) - IMDb

    Directed by Léa Pool. With Céline Bonnier, Lysandre Ménard, Valérie Blais, Shauna Bonaduce. In a small convent school in rural Quebec, Mother Augustine provides a ...

  • Léa Pool - Panjury, A Social Review Site

    Léa Pool (born 8 September 1950) is a Swiss-Canadian filmmaker who has also taught film at UQAM. Her 1986 film Anne Trister was entered into the 36th Berlin ...

  • Léa Pool — Wikipédiaéa_Pool

    Léa Pool, née le 8 septembre 1950 à Genève, est une réalisatrice, scénariste, monteuse et productrice canado-suisse [1

  • LÉA POOL - Accueil | Agence Goodwin

    Curriculum vitae LÉA POOL Last update 2014-05-02 2 In 1991, Ms. Pool directed her fourth fiction film, La Demoiselle sauvage (The Savage Woman), co-written with Michel

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