Cyril Dion

Cyril Dion

Actor, Screenplay, Director


Cyril Dion is a French filmmaker, environmental activist, and author. He is best known for directing the award-winning documentary, Demain (Tomorrow). The film explores the reasons behind the current global environmental crisis, and examines potential solutions to the problem.

Dion was born in 1980 in the French city of Nantes. He was raised in a family of teachers and academics, and was exposed to progressive ideologies from a young age. He studied political sciences at the University of Nantes, and then completed postgraduate studies in environmental management at the University of Toulouse.

In 2007, Dion co-founded an environmental NGO called Colibris, which works to raise environmental awareness and promote sustainability. He was the organization’s president for six years. He also wrote a book, entitled “The Manifesto for a New World”, which was published in 2013.

In 2014, Dion began work on his feature-length documentary, Demain. The film was shot in 10 countries over four years, and examines the causes and potential solutions to the global environmental crisis. It was released in 2015 to great critical acclaim, and went on to win numerous awards, including the Cesar Award for Best Documentary and the Prix des Ambassadeurs at the Cannes Film Festival.

Dion’s work has been praised for its unique approach to the environmental crisis. His films are not only informative, but also inspiring and hopeful. He has become a leading voice in the global environmental movement, speaking at conferences and events around the world.

In addition to his film work, Dion is also a regular contributor to magazines and newspapers, and has published several books on environmental topics. He currently lives in Paris, where he is continuing his work on environmental issues.