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Cédric Kahn

Born in Fontenay-aux-Roses, near Paris on 17.6.1996, his first job in film was as a trainee on Maurice Pialat’s Sous le soleil de Satan.

Shortly after this he worked as an assistant editor to Yann Dedet, with whom he later collaborated. He was coauthor on Brigitte Roüan’s Outremer.

His debut as a feature film director was Bar des rail. He made a name for himself at an international level with his Alberto Moravia adaptation, L'Ennui and his portrait of serial killer Roberto Succo.
(Berlin film festival)

Selected filmography

see also: Directors, Scriptwriters