| Sophie Tatischeff|| Film Editor|
| October 27, 2001, Paris, France|
Forza Bastia, Degustation Maison, Le comptoir
Pierre Tati, Helga Marie-Jeanne Schiel
Jacques Tati, Micheline Winter
Cesar Award for Best Short Film - Fiction
Jacques Tati, Rene Wheeler, Coline Serreau, Tony Gatlif, Bruno Decharme
Sophie Tatischeff Wikipedia
Sophie Catherine Tatischeff (23 October 1946 - 27 October 2001) was a French film editor and director.
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).
After Tati's death she produced a colour version of his 1949 feature Jour de fête using previously unusable colour film elements shot simultaneously with the monochrome stock. In 2001, she also re-constructed his 1978 short film Forza Bastia.
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.
Un Flic (1972, assistant editor)
Degustation Maison (1976, director)
Le Comptoir (1997, director)