Anthony Fabian

Anthony Fabian is an award-winning director of feature films and documentaries. Born in San Francisco, brought up in Mexico City, Paris, and London, he is a graduate of UCLA’s Film & Television School and has been based in London since 1987. His most recent feature film is Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris an adaptation of Paul Gallico’s much-loved novella starring Lesley Manville, Isabelle Huppert and Jason Isaacs. Fabian’s first feature was Skin starring Sophie Okonedo, Sam Neill and Alice Krige, which he followed up with Louder Than Words, with David Duchovny, Hope Davis and Timothy Hutton. He also directed the documentaries Good Hope (2019), about post-Apartheid South Africa, While the Music Lasts (2004), about Batignano, about a quirky opera festival in southern Tuscany, and Township Opera (2001), about emerging talent from South Africa. (Photo by Stef Gerard.)

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Madame Harris – C’est Moi

By Anthony Fabian | July 14, 2022

Madame Harris – C’est Moi

Anthony Fabian, director of the new film Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, on why he is drawn to stories of the underdog.