|Name Olivier Adam||Role Writer|
|Books Le Cœur regulier, A l'abri de rien, Je vais bien, ne t’en fais pas, Passer l'hiver, Cliffs|
Awards Prix Goncourt de la Nouvelle
Nominations Prix Goncourt des Lyceens
Movies Don't Worry - I'm, Headwinds, Welcome, Lightweight, De retour
Similar People Philippe Lioret, Emmanuel Courcol, Jalil Lespert, Laurent Gaude, Firat Ayverdi
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Olivier Adam (born 12 July 1974) is a French author and screenwriter. His debut novel Je vais bien, ne t’en fais pas (Don't worry, I am fine) was adapted into a film. He also writes books for young adults, among them La messe anniversaire. Adam won the 2004 Prix Goncourt de la Nouvelle for Passer l'hiver.
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He grew up in the Paris suburbs and now lives in Brittany near Saint-Malo. He participated in the creation of the literary festival Correspondence Manosque. Also a screenwriter, he has participated in writing Don't Worry, I'm Fine (2006) and Welcome (2009).
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Poids Léger was adapted into the film Lightweight by Jean-Pierre Améris with Nicolas Duvauchelle and Bernard Campan in the lead roles.
À l'abri de rien was adapted for television (Maman est folle) with Isabelle Carré in the lead role.
Je vais bien, ne t'en fais pas was adapted into the film Don't Worry, I'm Fine directed by Philippe Lioret in 2006. Kad Merad and Mélanie Laurent played the lead roles. The film was nominated for a César in several categories, including Best Adapted Screenplay. Kad Merad won the Cesar for best supporting actor and Mélanie Laurent for Most Promising Actress.
Des vents contraires was adapted into a film of the same name in 2011 starring Audrey Tautou.
The short story Nouvel An from the short story collection Passer l'hiver was adapted into the film Passer l'hiver directed by Aurélia Barbet.
Le Cœur régulier was adapted into a film in 2016 with Vanja d'Alcantara directing and Isabelle Carré starring.