Frederic Ramade is a French director, producer, writer, and cinematographer. He is best known for his work on films such as The Return (2006), Au Service de la France (2008), and La Petite Chambre (2010). He is an award-winning director who has received awards for his work from the San Francisco International Film Festival, the Berlin International Film Festival, and the Cannes Film Festival.
Born in Paris, France in 1960, Frederic Ramade developed a passion for filmmaking at a young age. He began his film career in the late 1970s as an assistant director, working on various French films. His first feature film as a director, The Return, was released in 2006. The Return was a critical success, and it won several awards including the Grand Prize of the Jury at the San Francisco International Film Festival and the Grand Prix at the Berlin International Film Festival.
In 2008, Frederic Ramade released Au Service de la France, a drama set in the French Foreign Legion. The film was a commercial and critical success, and it earned him numerous awards including Best Picture at the Berlin International Film Festival and the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival.
In 2010, Frederic Ramade released La Petite Chambre, a drama about a young girl who is forced to face her past and confront her future. The film was well-received by critics and audiences alike and won the Special Jury Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival.
In 2013, Frederic Ramade released his latest film, The Grand Hotel Budapest. The film was a commercial and critical success, and it earned Frederic Ramade numerous awards including the Best Director Award at the Cannes Film Festival.
Frederic Ramade is a talented filmmaker whose work has been recognized and awarded by numerous prestigious film festivals. He is considered to be one of the most talented French directors of his generation and his films are praised for their artistry and craftsmanship.