David Nicolas Parel is a French director, screenwriter and producer born in Paris, France. He is best known for his work on short films such as Un Monde Meilleur (2008), which won him the Jury Award at the Cannes Film Festival.
Parel began his career in the film industry in 2005 as a film producer, working on several well-known films such as La Chambre des Morts (2005) and Le Ciel Haute (2006). In 2008, he made his directing debut with the short film Un Monde Meilleur, which was well received by critics and audiences alike.
In 2010, Parel went on to direct his first feature film, Les Yeux Bleus, which was nominated for a Cesar Award for Best First Film. The film follows the story of a young boy who is struggling to find his place in society. It was praised for its honest and heartfelt story and received several awards, including Best First Feature at the Tokyo International Film Festival.
Since then, Parel has gone on to direct a number of films, including the award-winning feature La Gueule du Loup (2012). He has also directed the critically acclaimed short films Entre Chien et Loup (2013) and Les Heures Bleues (2014).
Parel has also been involved in several television projects, including the series Les Gens Du Nord (2015) and Poupoupidou (2015). He is currently directing the upcoming series La Foudre which is set to be released in 2018.
Parel continues to work on both short and feature films and is one of the most promising directors in France. He has a unique way of telling stories and has earned a great deal of respect and admiration from both critics and audiences.