| Jean-Marc Roberts|
| Ada Lonati|
| March 25, 2013, Paris, France|
Cesar Award for Best Writing
Pierre Granier‑Deferre, Christopher Frank, Laetitia Masson, Alain Sarde, Michel Piccoli
Jean-Marc Roberts (born 3 May 1954 - Paris and died 25 March 2013) was a French editor, novelist, and screenwriter.
He started writing in the early 1970s. He was awarded the 1973 Fénéon Prize for Samedi, dimanche et fêtes (English: Saturday, Sunday and holidays), and, in 1979, the Prix Renaudot for his novel Affaires étrangères (English: Foreign Affairs). He was an editor for Seuil, the Mercure de France and Fayard and a director of Editions Stock.
He died of cancer on March 25, 2013.
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