Raphaël Millet is a French film director and screenwriter. He was born in Paris on June 16, 1985. He has directed several short films, including Le Dernier Mot (2006), Les Oiseaux (2007), and Rue des oiseaux (2009). He has also written and directed several feature films, including Aurore (2010) and The Son of No One (2012).
Raphaël Millet studied at the University of Strasbourg, and at the French National Film School (La Fémis). He has been active in the film industry since 2007, when he directed his first short film, Le Dernier Mot. The film was selected for the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival.
In 2010, Raphaël Millet directed his first feature film, Aurore. The film is a coming-of-age story about a young girl's journey to discover her identity. It was selected for the Cannes Film Festival and received critical acclaim.
In 2012, Raphaël Millet directed The Son of No One, a crime thriller based on a true story. The film stars Sean Penn as a former police officer who is trying to uncover a dark secret from his past. The film received positive reviews from critics and was nominated for several awards.
Raphaël Millet has also directed several television projects, including the series Les Pigeons (2015) and Les Étoiles (2018). He is currently in pre-production on his latest feature film, L'Inconnu de l'été (2020).
Raphaël Millet is known for his strong visual style and his ability to tell stories with a unique perspective. His films have been praised for their nuanced characters and thoughtful themes. He is considered one of the most promising directors in French cinema.