CHristophe Honoré is an internationally celebrated french screenwriter and director.


Considered by many critics as the spiritual heir to the French New Wave, Christophe began his career as a writer at the famed Cahiers du Cinéma. The prolific filmmaker quickly moved on to create his own acclaimed body of work, working closely with frequent collaborators like the César-winning actor Louis Garrel, with whom he has made five features. His 2007 film Love Songs screened in the Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival. Together with Dans Paris (2006) and The Beautiful Person (2008), the groundbreaking trilogy addresses the questions of family, death, and sexual desires in France’s contemporary cultural landscape. Christophe’s ninth feature, Metamorphoses, premiered in the Venice Days section of the 2014 Venice Film Festival and was nominated for the Venice Days Award.