Cécile Dumas

Cécile Dumas



Cécile Dumas is an acclaimed French film director, screenwriter, and producer. She is best known for her award-winning films, including the critically acclaimed drama, La Vie Passée (The Past Life).

Born in Paris in 1972, Cécile began her film career while still a student at the prestigious La Fémis film school. She quickly became known for her distinctive visual storytelling style and her ability to capture strong emotion in her work.

In 2001, Cécile made her feature film debut with La Vie Passée, an intimate drama about a young woman struggling to come to terms with her own past. The film won numerous awards, including the César for Best First Feature Film.

Cécile went on to direct a number of successful films, including the romantic comedy La Vie de Famille (The Family Life), which was nominated for six Césars and won the Best Screenplay award.

In 2014, Cécile wrote and directed the psychological thriller La Nuit du Diable (The Devil’s Night), which earned her the Best Director award at the French Academy of Cinema Awards, and the prestigious Golden Globe nomination.

In 2016, Cécile directed the political thriller La Part des Anges (The Angels’ Share), which earned her an Academy Award nomination. The film was praised for its masterful direction and darkly compelling narrative.

Cécile’s latest film, the much-anticipated drama La Chaleur de la Nuit (The Warmth of the Night), is set to be released in 2020.

Cécile is also an accomplished producer, having produced several films including the critically acclaimed La Douleur (The Pain).

Cécile Dumas is an incredibly talented director, screenwriter, and producer whose work has been celebrated both in France and around the world. She is a true force to be reckoned with in the world of international cinema.

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