Matthieu Chatellier is a French director, screenwriter and producer. He is best known for his work in the French film industry, having directed and produced films such as "The Girl With No Name" (2016), "The End of Summer" (2017) and "The Taste of Life" (2018).
Matthieu was born in 1977 in Paris, France. He grew up in an artistic family, with his father being a professor of Music and his mother a Painter. He started his career in the film industry at a young age, and his first production was a short film in 1998. Since then he has gone on to direct and produce numerous feature-length films, including "The Girl With No Name", which earned him several awards, including the Grand Prix at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Matthieu's films often focus on themes of human relationships, love, and nostalgia. He also frequently explores themes of loneliness and alienation, particularly in his acclaimed film "The End of Summer". His work is often described as being melancholic and introspective.
In addition to his work as a director and producer, Matthieu is also a screenwriter and has written for various films, including "The Taste of Life" and "The Girl With No Name". He has also written for television, including the French series "The Face of Death".
Matthieu is currently working on a new film, which is set to be released sometime in 2019. He is also a keen photographer and has exhibited his work in various galleries around the world.
Matthieu is an acclaimed director in the French film industry, and his films have been seen by audiences all around the world. He is known for his unique style and his ability to explore themes of human relationships and nostalgia. His works have earned him numerous awards and critical acclaim, and he is an important figure in the French film industry.