Miléna Trivier

Miléna Trivier



Miléna Trivier is a French film director, producer, and writer, known for her unique and creative storytelling style.

Miléna was born in Paris, France in 1980. She attended the prestigious La Sorbonne University, where she earned a degree in film studies. After graduation, she began her career making short films, which received critical acclaim and caught the attention of prominent French film directors.

Miléna’s first feature film, “The Unfortunate Story of a Cowardly Boy”, was released in 2006 and earned her international recognition. The film was praised for its unique visuals and clever storytelling, and it won numerous awards at international film festivals.

In 2010, Miléna released her second feature film, “A Dangerous Affair”. This film was a psychological thriller, and it starred some of France’s most talented actors. The film was a success, and it earned Miléna a nomination for Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival.

Miléna has since gone on to make several more feature films, including “The Red Umbrella” and “The Woman Who Lived in the Sea”. She has also written and directed several short films, which have been shown at several international film festivals.

Miléna’s most recent project is “The Life of a Young Woman”, which she is currently in the process of producing. The film is a coming-of-age story about a young woman’s journey towards adulthood.

Miléna’s films have been praised for their unique visual style and creative storytelling. She has become one of the most respected directors in French cinema, and she continues to push the boundaries of storytelling.

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