Roman Droux

Roman Droux



Roman Droux is an award-winning French director and producer. Born in the Loire Valley of France in 1965, he began his career in the early 1990s. He attended the prestigious French film school La Fémis, where he developed his craft as a filmmaker.

Droux has worked on a variety of projects over the years, from television films to feature films. His first feature film, La Déesse des mers, was released in 1995 and won several awards. It was followed by Le Cri d’alarme in 1997 and La Nuit des morts in 1999, both of which were highly praised by critics.

In the 2000s, Droux continued to make a name for himself with his unique style of visual storytelling. His 2005 film L’Ombre de Dieu was nominated for the César Award for Best Film. He followed this up with the critically acclaimed Le Pouvoir des fleurs in 2007 and Les Passagers in 2008.

In 2009, Droux took a break from directing to focus on producing. He produced two films that same year, La Chambre des morts and Le Chant des morts. He also produced the Academy Award-winning film The Artist in 2011.

Droux returned to directing in 2013 with the release of his film Une Vieille maîtresse. It was a critical and commercial success, earning him a César Award nomination for Best Director. He followed it up with the 2015 film La Belle et la Bête, which was a box office hit and earned him a second César Award nomination for Best Director.

Droux's latest film, La Petite Reine, was released in 2019 to critical acclaim. He is currently in pre-production for his next project, a biopic about the life of French singer-songwriter Léo Ferré.

Roman Droux has established himself as one of the most talented and prolific filmmakers in France today. With his unique visual style and commitment to telling stories that are both thought-provoking and entertaining, he is sure to continue to make an impact in the world of cinema for years to come.

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