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Name  Sophie Tatischeff

Role  Film Editor
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Died  October 27, 2001, Paris, France
Movies  Forza Bastia, Degustation Maison, Le comptoir
Siblings  Pierre Tati, Helga Marie-Jeanne Schiel
Parents  Jacques Tati, Micheline Winter
Awards  Cesar Award for Best Short Film - Fiction
Similar People  Jacques Tati, Rene Wheeler, Coline Serreau, Tony Gatlif, Bruno Decharme

Sophie Catherine Tatischeff (23 October 1946 - 27 October 2001) was a French film editor and director.

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Born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Tatischeff was the daughter of Jacques Tati. She began her career as assistant editor on her father's 1967 film Play Time. She also edited both Trafic (1971) and Parade (1974).

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After Tati's death she produced a colour version of his 1949 feature Jour de fĂȘte using previously unusable colour film elements shot simultaneously with the monochrome stock. In 2001, she also re-constructed his 1978 short film Forza Bastia.

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Tati wrote a screenplay for her in 1956, which appeared as the 2010 film The Illusionist. Tatischeff died in Paris from lung cancer in 2001.

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  • Un Flic (1972, assistant editor)
  • Degustation Maison (1976, director)
  • Le Comptoir (1997, director)
  • References

    Sophie Tatischeff Wikipedia

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