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  • proper n. A female given name, variant of Seraphina.


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  • The film recounts the tragic tale of French painter Seraphine Louis (aka Seraphine de Senlis).

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  • Despite its pitfalls, pic maintains a certain aesthetic rigor due in large part to naturalistic lensing by d.p. Laurent Brunet ( "Seraphine") and concise cutting by editor Guy Lecorne ( "White Material").

  • "Seraphine," a French film about the painter Seraphine de Senlis. rss feed

  • French artist Seraphine de Senlis at the Cesar Awards (France's equivalent of the Oscars), where "Seraphine" swept up seven trophies, including best picture. -

  • "Good Dick" (Gravitas), a modern fairy tale from 2008 written by, directed and starring Scottish-born Marianna Palka; "As It Is in Heaven" (Kino Lorber), the 2004 Swedish hit and foreign language Oscar nominee about a famous conductor and the church choir he inspires; and "Seraphine" (Music Box), the 2009 biopic about the brilliant, self-taught French painter Seraphine Louis.

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  • Best original screenplay: Martin Provost, "Seraphine"

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  • Best costume design: Madeline Fontaine, "Seraphine"

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  • Best film: "Seraphine," directed by Martin Provost

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  • Best set design: Thierry Francois, "Seraphine" by Brian Brooks (Updated 3 hours, 24 minutes ago) by Eugene Hernandez (Updated 4 hours, 3 minutes ago) "Slumdog Millionaire"

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  • "Seraphine" stars Yolande Moreau in the title role, the actress-director whose first directorial effort, "The Sea Rises" earned her a double Cesar for Best First Feature and Best Actress.

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