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Anne-Sophie Marie

Anne-Sophie Marie

Anne-Sophie Marie is a London-based actress, writer and voiceover artist. After a degree in Comparative Literature & Cultural Studies completed between Minnesota, France and Ireland, she graduated from the New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts. During her studies, she was a contributing writer and editor for food and style pages of her University’s magazine, later a blogger for a Chicago-based raw vegan site. She has more recently written reviews and interviews for Mydylarama.org and actinghour.com. Upcoming projects include writing and directing a short dark comedy set in a meatless world, and a longer script on diplomacy, bureaucracy and democracy. www.annesophiemarie.com
Anne-Sophie Marie is a London-based actress, writer and voiceover artist. After a degree in Comparative Literature & Cultural Studies completed between Minnesota, France and Ireland, she graduated from the New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts. During her studies, she was a contributing writer and editor for food and style pages of her University’s magazine, later a blogger for a Chicago-based raw vegan site. She has more recently written reviews and interviews for Mydylarama.org and actinghour.com. Upcoming projects include writing and directing a short dark comedy set in a meatless world, and a longer script on diplomacy, bureaucracy and democracy. www.annesophiemarie.com


Articles by Anne-Sophie Marie

Conflict of Interest: War films from a screenwriter’s perspective

By Anne-Sophie Marie September 5, 2017

Anne-Sophie Marie talks about her experiences, new and old, with war films and how they’re shaping her current work on the subject. I’m guessing that at some point or other, every screenwriter is told that the key to a gripping story is to follow a protagonist/characters that fight through both external and internal conflict, which […]

Al Gore delivers thrills, and hope, with “An Inconvenient Sequel”

By Anne-Sophie Marie August 22, 2017

Anne-Sophie Marie sees how the former US Vice President’s latest call-to-arms, An Inconvenient Sequel, stacks up against recent environmentalist documentaries. Though I’m usually not the biggest documentary watcher, I went to see Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power after a bit of a documentary binge: Adam Curtis’ eerie Bitter Lake, Ava DuVernay’s powerful 13th, […]

Big Brother Goes To Washington: Hollywood’s relationship with the White House

By Anne-Sophie Marie February 11, 2017

What does Hollywood mean for Donald Trump? What does Donald Trump mean for Hollywood? Anne-Sophie Marie ponders the State of the Cinematic Union. When I first thought of writing something on the relationship between Washington and Hollywood, I decided to wait until Trump’s first week to get a sense of the 45th president’s impact on […]

M. Night Shyamalan is back in his element with “Split”

By Anne-Sophie Marie January 31, 2017

Split proves a satisfying thriller for non Shyamalan fans and a barnstorming, vindicating, return to form for diehards. After being thoroughly disappointed by the last much awaited film I saw, and remembering that M. Night Shyamalan’s work can be quite hit and miss, I walked into this one with no expectations whatsoever…and got out like a […]

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