Alban Teurlai

Alban Teurlai

Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Co-Producer


Alban Teurlai is a French filmmaker, director, and producer, known for his creative and unique style of filmmaking. He has been involved in the film industry since the early 2000s and has worked on a variety of projects ranging from feature films to documentaries.

Alban Teurlai was born in Paris, France on May 3, 1975. He graduated from the University of Paris 8 in 1998 with a degree in film directing. After his studies, he worked as an assistant director on several French films. He then moved to Montreal, Canada in 2001 and worked as a director and editor for the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). During this time, he also directed his first short films and feature-length documentaries.

In 2004, Teurlai moved back to France and began working on a variety of projects for various production companies. His feature-length documentary, "L'Eté de Toussaint" (2005), was nominated for the César Awards and was well-received by critics. He then went on to direct and produce the feature-length films "Les Filles du Soleil" (2009) and "La Loi des Hommes" (2014).

In recent years, Teurlai has been focusing on television projects. He has directed and produced several series for French and international television networks, including "Les Enfants du Désert" (2013) and "L'Escale" (2015).

Alban Teurlai's films have been praised for their unique visual style and their strong character-driven stories. He is known for his ability to take on a variety of genres and make them his own. He has been awarded numerous prizes and honors for his work, including the Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival and the Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival.

Alban Teurlai continues to carve out an impressive career in the film industry. He is currently in development on several projects and is looking forward to the future of French filmmaking.