Guillaume Cailleau is an accomplished filmmaker and director with a career spanning over 25 years. Guillaume was born in France in 1975 and began his career in film shortly after graduating high school. He has worked on numerous films, both short and feature length, and has become a prominent figure in the French film industry.
Guillaume’s first project was the short film ‘La Petite’, which was released in 1997 and received critical acclaim. His next project was the feature-length drama ‘Vivre’, which was released in 2000 and was nominated for several awards. Over the next few years, Guillaume worked on several other feature films, including ‘Mariage’ and ‘L'homme de l'autre côté’. Both of these films were nominated for various awards and won the Prix du Public at the Cannes Film Festival.
In 2005, Guillaume released his first documentary, ‘Rue de la Roquette’. This film was incredibly well-received and won the Grand Prix at the 2006 L'Oeil d'Or festival. Following this success, Guillaume released two more documentaries, ‘La Femme de l'ombre’ and ‘Les Filles de l'ombre’. Both of these films were highly acclaimed and won multiple awards.
In 2012, Guillaume released his first feature-length comedy, ‘Papillons’. This film was very well-received and was nominated for several awards. Guillaume has also directed music videos for various French artists, including M83 and Renaud.
In 2017, Guillaume released his first feature-length musical, ‘La Ballade des Parigots’. This film was incredibly successful and has since been nominated for multiple awards. In addition to directing films, Guillaume has also written several books about filmmaking. His most recent book, ‘Le Cinéma de Guillaume Cailleau’, was released in 2019.
Throughout his career, Guillaume has become one of the most respected and acclaimed filmmakers in France. His films have received numerous awards and nominations, and he has become a highly sought-after director. Guillaume continues to work on a variety of projects and is currently developing a new feature-length film.