Christine Dory

Christine Dory studied philosophy and then joined the directing department at La Femis in 1986. Her graduation film, Cendrillon 90, was selected, among others, at the festivals of Angers, Munich and Montreal. Best known for her work as a screenwriter for several French directors including Éric Barbier, Mathieu Amalric and Emmanuel Salinger, she also works as a director of scientific programs for television. Her first medium-length film, Blonde et Brune, was nominated for the César for best short film. In 2008, she directed her first feature film, Les Inséparables. She is also a member of the Collectif 50/50, which aims to promote equality between women and men and sexual and gender diversity in the cinema and audiovisual sector.