Philippe Garrel is a French director and actor. He received the Prix Jean-Vigo for THE SECRET CHILD in 1982. He was twice awarded at the Venice Film Festival by the Silver Lion for best director, in 1991 for I DON'T HEAR THE GUITAR ANYMORE and in 2005 for REGULAR LOVERS, for which he also received the Prix Louis-Delluc. His films often relate to the youth of the 60’s protest, to which he belonged.
His film LOVER FOR A DAY (2017) was selected at the Directors' Fortnight at the 70th Cannes Film Festival.