Mia Hansen-Løve




Screenwriter, director and former actress Mia Hansen-Løve began her career as a critic for the influential journal Cahiers du cinema in the mid-2000s, and began making her own short films at around the same time. Her films have been awarded by the French Film Academy, and the Cannes and Locarno film festivals. Mia won Best Director for Things to Come from the Berlin International Film Festival in 2016. She is married to the director Olivier Assayas (Personal Shopper). 

Writer-director: Things to Come, 2016; Eden, 2014; Goodbye First Love, PIAF 2012; Father of My Children, 2009; All Is Forgiven, 2007