Annabelle Amoros

Annabelle Amoros



Annabelle Amoros is an award winning director, producer, and screenwriter. She has been making films since the early 2000s and has received numerous awards for her work. She is best known for her feature films, such as “The Kids Will Be Fine”, “The Way of the Gun”, and “The Summer of My Life”.

Amoros was born and raised in France. She attended the National Film School of France, where she earned her degree in directing. After graduation, she worked as an assistant director on several French films. It was during this time that she started to develop her own unique style of storytelling.

In 2004, Amoros made her feature film debut with “The Kids Will Be Fine”. The film was very well received and earned her a Best Director award from the prestigious San Sebastian Film Festival. This success was followed up with her second feature, “The Way of the Gun”, which was also critically acclaimed.

In 2008, Amoros was invited to direct her first big budget Hollywood feature, “The Summer of My Life”. The film starred Anna Faris and John Krasinski and was a box office hit. It also earned her an Independent Spirit Award for Best Director.

Since then, Amoros has gone on to direct a number of other feature films and television shows. Her most recent work includes the highly acclaimed series “The Good Wife”, which earned her an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series. She is also currently working on the upcoming feature film “The Night of the Living Dead”.

Amoros is a talented and passionate filmmaker. She is known for her thoughtful and powerful visual style, as well as her ability to tell stories that are both emotional and complex. Her work continues to receive high praise from both critics and audiences alike.

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