Maxence Voiseux

Maxence Voiseux



Maxence Voiseux is a French film director, screenwriter, and producer. He is best known for his work on films such as Call Me By Your Name (2017), 120 Beats Per Minute (2017), and Heavenly Nomadic (2019).

Born in Paris, France in 1977, Maxence Voiseux developed a passion for film at a young age. He was inspired by the work of great directors such as François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard, and began making his own shorts as a teenager. After graduating from the Sorbonne in 2001 with a degree in film studies, he went on to study at the renowned La Fémis film school in Paris.

Maxence Voiseux made his feature film debut with the 2015 drama The Wanted 18. The film received critical acclaim, and was nominated for several awards, including the César Award for Best Documentary Film.

In 2017, Maxence Voiseux wrote and directed his first feature-length fiction film, Call Me By Your Name. The film was a huge success, and was nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Picture. It was also nominated for four Golden Globes, and won the BAFTA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.

In the same year, Maxence Voiseux wrote and directed the French drama 120 Beats Per Minute. The film was a critical and commercial success, and was awarded the Palme d'Or at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.

Since then, Maxence Voiseux has gone on to direct several other feature films, including Heavenly Nomadic (2019) and Le Grand Bal (2020). He has also written and produced several documentaries, including The Last Supper (2020).

Maxence Voiseux has established himself as an exceptionally talented director, screenwriter, and producer. His films have received numerous awards and nominations, and have been praised by critics and audiences alike. His unique vision and powerful storytelling have made him one of the most respected filmmakers in the industry.

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