Eléonor Gilbert

Eléonor Gilbert



Eléonor Gilbert is a French director, producer, and screenwriter. She is best known for her work on the award-winning feature film Mon Roi (2015), which was nominated for 11 Cesar awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actress.

Born and raised in Paris, Gilbert graduated from the prestigious French acting school Cours Florent. She began her career as an actor in the early 1990s, appearing in several French television shows and films. She then moved into writing and directing, working on numerous projects for French television.

In 2009, Gilbert wrote and directed her first feature film, Love in the Time of Recession. The film was a critical success and was nominated for several awards.

In 2015, Gilbert wrote and directed Mon Roi, which tells the story of a woman in an abusive relationship. The film was a huge success in France, earning 11 Cesar Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actress. Mon Roi also earned Gilbert a nomination for the Cesar Award for Best Director.

In addition to her film work, Gilbert has also directed several television shows, including the French drama series L’Amour est dans le Pré, and the American drama series The Good Wife.

Gilbert is a passionate advocate for female-driven stories. She has worked extensively with female producers and directors to promote gender equality in the film industry. She is also a mentor to young filmmakers, offering advice and guidance to aspiring female directors.

Eléonor Gilbert’s work has had a huge impact on the French film industry. Her films have been seen by millions of people around the world and have earned her numerous awards and nominations. She is a talented director and a passionate advocate for women in the film industry, and her work continues to inspire filmmakers of all genders.

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