Coulon Quentin is a French film director and actor best known for his work on the 2018 French comedy-drama film "L'Extraordinaire Voyage du Fakir". The film, based on a novel by Romain Puertolas, was a success in France, earning him multiple award nominations.
Quentin was born in the Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, in 1976. He studied cinema at the University of Paris VIII and began his career working in television and film production. He soon began directing commercials, music videos, and short films, many of which were nominated for awards.
In 2010, Quentin made his feature film debut with the romantic comedy "L'amour est un Crime Parfait". The film was well-received by critics and was nominated for a César Award for Best First Feature Film. He followed this success with the film "La Tête en Friche" in 2013, which was nominated for seven César awards.
In 2018, Quentin released his most successful film to date, "L'Extraordinaire Voyage du Fakir". The film was a critical and commercial success, earning him multiple award nominations. It tells the story of a young man from India who sets out on a journey to find his father in Europe.
Quentin has also acted in several films, including the 2016 French comedy "Quand on a 17 Ans". He also appeared in the 2019 French horror film "L'Etrange Histoire de Benjamin Button".
Quentin is now working on several new projects, including a television series and a new feature film. He is also set to direct a feature film adaptation of the novel "The Red Notebook" by Antoine Laurain.
Quentin is an incredibly talented filmmaker who has achieved great success in the French film industry. His unique vision has earned him critical acclaim and numerous award nominations. His films have been enjoyed by audiences around the world, making him a rising star in France and beyond.