Jessica Villerius

Jessica Villerius



Jessica Villerius is a Dutch film director and animator who has been making waves in the film industry since she burst onto the scene in 2012 with her short film, ‘The Windmill Massacre’.

Villerius was born and raised in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She was always a creative child, and her parents encouraged her to pursue her passion for art and animation. From a young age, she was drawn to the power of film, and this would eventually lead her to pursue a career in filmmaking.

Villerius studied animation at the Academy of Art in Rotterdam, and it was during this time that she made her first short film, ‘The Windmill Massacre’. This film was a huge success, and it immediately caught the attention of the film industry. After this, Villerius quickly became known as one of the most innovative and exciting new directors in the Netherlands.

Since then, Villerius has worked hard to establish herself as a prominent and respected voice in the film industry. She has gone on to direct several other films, including ‘The Water Diviner’, ‘The Heir Apparent’, and ‘The Witching Hour’. Her films have been well-received by both critics and audiences, and she has won several awards for her work.

Villerius is also active in the world of animation, and she has directed several animated short films. Her latest film, ‘Luna’, was released in 2020 and has been praised for its beautiful animation and imaginative story.

Villerius continues to be a force in the film industry, and she has established herself as one of the most exciting and innovative directors in the Netherlands. With her unique artistic vision and her passion for storytelling, Villerius is sure to be a name to watch in the years to come.

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