Lucile Hadzihalilovic  

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Lucile Hadzihalilovic (1961) is a French filmmaker. She became the first female director to win the Stockholm International Film Festivals annual Bronze Horse award for best film for her 2004 film Innocence. She is the wife of French filmmaker Gaspar Noé.

Biography

Hadzihalilovic was born in Lyon in 1961 to Bosnian immigrant parents. Lucile Hadzihalilovic studied filmmaking at the Institut des Hautes Études Cinématographiques in Paris. She has worked as an editor of documentaries and features and is a long-time collaborator with Gaspar Noé, and was a producer and editor of his short Carne (1991) and feature I Stand Alone (1998). Innocence is her second film, following 1996's La Bouche de Jean-Pierre.



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