Marie Amachoukeli, director and screenwriter, graduate of La Fémis. She wrote and directed the film Forbach which received the Grand Prix de Clermont-Ferrand in 2009, It’s Free for Girls, awarded César for best short film in 2010, and Demolition Party with Claire Burger.
In 2014, she made a feature film Party Girl in collaboration with Samuel Theis and Claire Burger that won the Camera d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and numerous international awards.
In 2017, she finalized I Want Pluto to be a Planet Again, an animated film co-directed by Vladimir Mavounia-Kouka, nominated for the 2018 Césars. In 2020, she wrote Litigante directed by Franco Lolli, screened as the opening title of the Critics’ Week at the Cannes Film Festival and awarded for best screenplay by the Colombian Academy of Arts in 2021.
In 2022, she finalized Hypno, an installation for the Paris Opera and the Third Stage in collaboration with Flavien Berger.
She writes and directs her second feature film Ama Gloria, produced by Lilies Films.
As a consultant, she works with Clément Cogitore, Julia Ducourneau, Guillaume Gouix and intervenes in international writing workshops including Next Step or the Ateliers de l’Atlas.