Nathalie Mansoux is a French director, producer, and screenwriter best known for her work in films such as "L'amour a l'envers" (2008), "La Vie et les Jours" (2010), and "La Fete des Morts" (2012). She is an award-winning filmmaker and has won numerous awards including the Best Short Film at the Cannes Film Festival for "La Fete des Morts".
Born in Paris, France, in 1978, Nathalie Mansoux pursued a career in film at a young age. She studied at the University of Paris-Sorbonne and received her Masters in Film Studies in 2000. She then went on to work as an assistant director on films such as "Les Choristes" (2004) and "L'Ennemi Intime" (2007).
In 2008, Mansoux made her directorial debut with the short film "L'amour a l'envers". The film received much critical acclaim, earning her the Grand Prix du Court Metrage at the Cannes Film Festival. She then directed the feature-length film "La Vie et les Jours" in 2010. The film was also critically acclaimed, winning the Audience Award at the Cannes Film Festival.
In 2012, she directed her third feature-length film, "La Fete des Morts". The film tells the story of a family dealing with the death of a loved one, and the emotional journey they go through to come to terms with their loss. The film was awarded the Best Short Film at the Cannes Film Festival, solidifying her status as a prominent director.
Mansoux is currently working on her fourth feature-length film, "La Nuit des Sacrifices". The film is set to be released in late 2020, and has already been met with much anticipation.
Throughout her career, Mansoux has won numerous awards, including the Grand Prix du Court Metrage at the Cannes Film Festival and the Audience Award at the Cannes Film Festival. She is a highly respected director, and her work has been praised for its emotionally impactful storytelling and powerful visuals. Mansoux is an important figure in French cinema, and her work has helped to shape the industry in numerous ways.