Laurent Chevallier

Laurent Chevallier

Director, Writer


Laurent Chevallier is a French director and writer who has worked on numerous television series, films, and documentaries. Born in 1967 in France, Laurent has been involved in the film industry since he was a teenager. After studying film direction at the La Femis Film School, he began working as an assistant director on several French films.

In 1997, Chevallier made his directorial debut with the short film “La Chambre des Oublies”. He followed this up with the feature film “La Vie revee de Simon” in 1999. His work has earned him numerous awards, including the Grand Prix at the Angouleme Film Festival and the Best Feature Film Award at the Brussels Film Festival.

In 2005, Chevallier stepped into the world of television with the series “Les Enfants du Lac”. The series ran for two seasons and earned him critical acclaim. Following this success, he went on to direct and write episodes for the show “Une Famille Formidable”, which ran for eight seasons. He also directed and wrote episodes for the series “Le Grand L” and “Les Petits Meurtres d’Agatha Christie”.

In addition to his work in television, Chevallier has also directed several feature films. His first feature was “La Promesse de l’Aube” (2010), which earned him the Best Director Award at the Cabourg Film Festival. He then directed “Les Bienheureux” (2011) and “Les Hommes Libres” (2013). His latest feature film is “L’Etudiante et Monsieur Henri” (2015), which earned him a nomination for Best Director at the Cesars Awards.

Chevallier has also directed several documentaries, including “L’Ecole des Enfants de Pluie” (2011) and “L’Ecole des Enfants du Pays” (2015). He has received a number of awards for his documentary work, including the Best Documentary Award at the Avignon Film Festival for “L’Ecole des Enfants du Pays”.

In addition to his work as a director and writer, Chevallier is also an actor and a producer. He has

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