Guillaume Brac

Guillaume Brac is a French film director from Paris. He has directed films such as Tonnerre, July Tales, Treasure Island, and À L’abordage. Brac’s 2011 film, Un monde sans femmes, was nominated for the César Award for Best Short Film at the 37th César Awards. His debut feature film, Tonnerre, was given its world premiere at the 2013 Locarno Festival and was nominated for the 2014 Louis Delluc Prize for Best Directorial Debut. In 2020, he returned with his feature film À L’abordage, which had its world premiere at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival where it won a special mention from the FIPRESCI Jury.

All Hands on Deck
Treasure Island
July Tales
Le Repos des braves
A World Without Women
Stranded (Short)
Une Aventure de Valentine (Short)
Le funambule (Short)
Regarde-moi (Le joli corps)
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