Stephane Brize


Stéphane Brizé was born in Rennes, France. He attended a University Institutes of Technology and moved to Paris. He directed 9 feature films, mainly focused on workers, all selected in all major festivals, and received 14 awards: "Another World" (Official Competition at the Venice Film Festival); "At War" (Official Competition at the Cannes Film Festival, Best Screenplay at the Chicago Film Festival); "A Woman's Life" (Louis Delluc Award, Winner FIPRESCI Prize at Venice Film Festival); "The Measure of a Man" (Official Competition at the Cannes Film Festival, Audience Award at the Brussels Film Festival); "A Few Hours of Spring" nominated for four César Awards, Official Competition at the Locarno Film Festival); "Mademoiselle Chambon" (César Award for Best Adapted Screenplay); "Between Adults"; "Not Here to Be Loved" (CEC Award for Best Film at the San Sebastian Film Festival); "Le Bleu des Villes" (Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival).

Five movie posters from Stéphane Brizé’s films