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Born: March 28, 1952 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: France Profession: producer, screenwriter

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Young, prolific producer of both mainstream and art-house projects; the latter group includes five collaborations with Godard, including "Detective" (1985), which Sarde co-wrote. He has also worked with Bertrand Blier, Bertrand Tavernier and Claude Sautet. Sarde began his career as an assistant to Marco Ferreri, founding the Sara Films company in 1975 and Sarde Film Productions in 1983.

Young, prolific producer of both mainstream and art-house projects; the latter group includes five collaborations with Godard, including "Detective" (1985), which Sarde co-wrote. He has also worked with Bertrand Blier, Bertrand Tavernier and Claude Sautet. Sarde began his career as an assistant to Marco Ferreri, founding the Sara Films company in 1975 and Sarde Film Productions in 1983.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 L'Appat (1995) Philippe
2.
 L.627 (1992) Intruder
3.
4.
 Round Midnight (1986) Terzian
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Entered film as assitant to director Marco Ferreri
1975:
Founded Sara Films, Paris
1976:
First film as producer (for Sara Films), "Barocco" (dir. Andre Techine)
1980:
First collaboration with Jean-Luc Godard, "Sauve qui peut (la vie)/Every Man for Himself"
1983:
Founded Paris-based Sarde Film Productions
1985:
First film as co-writer (with Phillipe Setbon, Anne-Marie Mieville and director Jean-Luc Godard), "Detective" (also producer)
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