Category:Emmanuel Carrère

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Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Эмманюэль Каррер; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrere; امانوئل کرر; Еманюел Карер; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; エマニュエル・カレール; Emmanuel Carrère; Емманюель Каррер; Emmanuel Carrère; 伊曼紐爾·卡雷爾; 埃马纽埃尔·卡雷尔; 에마뉘엘 카레르; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Emanuel Karer; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Εμμανυέλ Καρέρ; ايمانويل كارير; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; עמנואל קארר; Emmanuel Carrère; Emmanuel Carrère; إيمانويل كارير; 埃马纽埃尔·卡雷尔; 埃马纽埃尔·卡雷尔; scrittore e sceneggiatore francese; écrivain, scénariste et réalisateur français; ލިޔުންތެރިއެއް; французский писатель, сценарист и кинорежиссёр; cyfarwyddwr ffilm a sgriptiwr ffilm a aned yn Mharis yn 1957; novelë; فیلمنامه‌نویس، نویسنده، و کارگردان فرانسوی; френски кинокритик, сценарист, режисьор и писател; французький письменник; Frans schrijver; französischer Schriftsteller; skrivagner gallek; escritor, director y guionista francés; ֆրանսիացի գրող; escritor e cineasta francés; French author and film director; Γάλλος συγγραφέας, σεναριογράφος και σκηνοθέτης; eskritor franses; Emmanuel Carrere; Emmanuel Carrere; Carrere; Emmanuel Carrere; Каррер, Эмманюэль; Emmanuel Carrere; 엠마뉘엘 카레르; Emmanuel Carrere; ايمانويل كارير; 伊曼紐爾·卡海耶; 伊曼纽尔·卡海耶; 伊曼紐爾·卡雷爾; Emmanuel Carrere
Emmanuel Carrère 
French author and film director
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Name in native language
  • Emmanuel Carrère
Date of birth9 December 1957, 7 January 1957
Paris
Country of citizenship
Educated at
Occupation
Native language
Mother
Sibling
  • Marina Carrère d'Encausse
  • Nathalie Carrère
Spouse
  • Hélène Devynck (2011–2020)
Work location
Notable work
  • Class Trip
Award received
  • Prix Femina (1995)
  • Kléber-Haedens Prize (1988)
  • Prix Renaudot (2011)
  • Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire (1987)
  • Prix de la langue française (2011)
  • Europese Literatuurprijs (2013)
  • Princess of Asturias Literary Prize (2021)
  • Premio Hemingway for Literature (2019)
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Wikidata Q713747
ISNI: 0000 0001 2135 544X
VIAF ID: 61543174
GND ID: 115830995
Library of Congress authority ID: n82150638
Bibliothèque nationale de France ID: 11895313x
IdRef ID: 026768895
NDL Authority ID: 00761245
Libraries Australia ID: 36459626
NKCR AUT ID: jo20010085191
SELIBR ID: 278311
Biblioteca Nacional de España ID: XX968392
Nationale Thesaurus voor Auteurs ID: 070147361
NUKAT ID: n2004077823
National Library of Korea ID: KAC2018O9090, KAC201710848
Libris-URI: hftx1b81504ppb7
PLWABN ID: 9810581777905606
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007300029105171
CiNii Books author ID: DA06265788
SBN author ID: CFIV102986
Open Library ID: OL400914A
MusicBrainz artist ID: 5d2228d5-adce-4308-ad44-fc2bacc4b9fc
Itaú Cultural ID: pessoa578093/emmanuel-carrere
Europeana entity: agent/base/70063
IMDb ID: nm0141127
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English: Emmanuel Carrère (born 1957) is a French author, screenwriter and director. He is the son of Louis Carrère d'Encausse and French historian Hélène Carrère d'Encausse.

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