Virgile Iscan

Virgile Iscan



Virgile Iscan is a French director, writer, and producer born in Paris, France, in 1983. He is best known for his work on the films “My Little Princess” (2011), “Nocturne” (2013), and “The Odyssey” (2016). Iscan began his career as a film critic, writing for various publications in France. In 2010, he wrote and directed his first short film, “The Crane”, which won several awards at various film festivals.

In 2011, Iscan wrote and directed his first feature film, “My Little Princess”, which was selected to be part of the Cannes Film Festival. The film was a critical success and was well-received by audiences. His next project, “Nocturne”, was also selected for the Cannes Film Festival and won awards at other international festivals.

In 2016, Iscan wrote and directed “The Odyssey”, a coming-of-age drama set in the suburbs of Paris. The film was highly praised by critics and was a commercial success. It was selected for the Berlin International Film Festival and won numerous awards. In 2018, Iscan wrote and directed “The White Orchid”, a drama about a young girl who discovers her true identity. The film was selected for the Venice Film Festival and won several awards.

Iscan is currently in post-production for his next project, “The Wind”, a drama about a young man who discovers his true identity. He is also developing a television series about Parisian life.

Iscan’s films have been praised for their attention to detail and realism. He is a master of visual storytelling and has a unique ability to make his characters come alive on screen. His films explore themes of identity, family, and love in a way that is both personal and universal. He is a talented director with a bright future.

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