Marie Le floc'h



After a bachelor’s in History, Marie Le floc'h joined a cinema school in Belgium, I.A.D (Institut des Arts de Diffusion), where she made two short films, Elena (2014) and Whispering Grass (2015), which travelled in festivals and won several prizes, including Arte Award in Namur. She then worked on several shootings as an assistant. The desire to return to her hometown to make a film led her to work in a fish factory in Lorient, Brittany, one of the inspirations for Among the Almond Trees (2019), which was selected inter alia in IFFR Rotterdam, Clermont-Ferrand, nominated for a César award, and won the Grand Prize at Cinemed. Based in Brussels, Marie is currently developing her first feature film, produced by Films Grand Huit (France) and Hélicotronc (Belgium). Beside the ScriptLab, the project was selected for the Groupe Ouest's annual selection in 2021 and for the Moulin d'Andé's francophone programme in 2022.

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