Nicolas Philibert

Nicolas Philibert

France

Biography

Born in 1951 in Nancy, Nicolas Philibert studied philosophy before he co-directed, with Gérard Mordillat HIS MASTER'S VOICE, in 1978. He has since signed over ten films including TO BE AND TO HAVE (2002) which was awarded the Prix Louis-Delluc and was nominated for Best Film at the César Awards. In 2001, he directed TO BE AND TO HAVE, about daily life in a "single class" school in a mountain village in the heart of the Massif Central (France) which was screened at the 2002 Cannes Festival. DE CHAQUE INSTANT is his latest film which premiered at the Locarno Festival.

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