He is an essential name in contemporary French cinema. He has directed the trilogy about the world of work, a critique of the nature of the capitalist system the first part of which — “The Measure of a Man” — was awarded at Cannes. Previously, with “Mademoiselle Chambon”, he won a César Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.


Hors-Saison (2023, D'A 2024), Another World (2021), At War (2018), A Woman's Life (2016), The Measure of a Man (2015), A Few Hours of Spring (2012), Mademoiselle Chambon (2009), Among Adults (2006), Not Here to Be Loved (2005), Le Bleu des villes (1999), L'Oeil qui traîne (mid-length film, 1996), Bleu dommage (short film, 1993)