Stéphane Brizé is a french director and actor, born on the 18th of October 1966 in Rennes. After a DUT (University Degree in Technology) in electronics he became a television technician in Paris while following a dramatic art class. He then starts directing theatre plays. He directed his first short movie, Bleu Dommage, in 1993, then did his first medium-length film L'oeil qui traîne in 1996 before getting in long feature films in 1999 with Le Bleu des villes. In 2013, he's back with Quelques heures de printemps, long feature film starring Vincent Lindon and Hélène Vincent. This movie will get four nominations to the César 2013 (Best director, Best actress, Best actor and Best original scenario).
Source: Brussels Film Festival 2015