Anne Villacèque

Researcher and programmer


A former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure, she studied philosophy, then entered the FEMIS to devote her life to cinema. She first directed many documentary films, including “Three Love Stories of Vanessa”, “Les Infortunes de la vertu” and “Nezha la bonne”, all produced by the Arte channel. In 2000, her first feature film, “Petite Chérie”, was selected for the Directors' Fortnight at Cannes. Since then, she has written and directed two other feature films, “Riviera” et “Weekends”, as well as fiction for television, including “E-Love”, SACD New Talent Award and selected at the Berlinale Forum.