Florence TRAN

Florence TRAN



Florence Tran is a French director, writer, and producer. She is best known for her work on the films “Au Revoir La-Haut” (2017), “L'Effet Aquatique” (2015), and “La Vie des Autres” (2014).

Tran was born in Paris, France in 1977. She attended the University of Nanterre, where she studied film and television. After graduating, she began her career as an assistant director in television and film projects. Her first major project as a director was “La Vie des Autres” in 2014, a short film that won several awards at international film festivals.

In 2015, Tran wrote and directed her first feature film, “L’Effet Aquatique”. The film follows the story of a young woman living in a small fishing village in the south of France. The film was widely praised and won multiple awards, including the Cesar Award for Best First Feature Film.

In 2017, Tran directed her second feature film, “Au Revoir La-Haut”. The film follows two World War I survivors who are trying to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of the war. The film was well received and won multiple awards, including the Cannes Film Festival’s Grand Prix award.

Tran has also directed several short films, including “The Immigrant” (2015) and “The Wild Boys” (2017). She has also written and directed several television projects, including “Les Passagers” (2015) and “Le Voyage” (2017).

Tran’s films have been praised for their thoughtful and powerful storytelling. She is known for her ability to explore complex themes with a subtlety and sensitivity. Her films have won numerous awards and have been screened at major international film festivals.

Florence Tran is an accomplished director, writer, and producer. Her work has been widely praised and she has established herself as one of the most exciting and talented filmmakers of her generation.

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