French Dutch English German Spanish

Garance Marillier

member of the Palmarès Jury of the 47th American Film Festival


"The actor is a musician and a dancer, he uses both his body and his musicality in the lines."

After starting her acting career in 2010 in the shorts Junior by Julia Ducournau and This is not a cowboys film by Benjamin Parent, Garance Marillier reunites with her accomplice Julia Ducournau for the TV movie Mange (2012), then for Grave (2017), the director's first feature film, which earned her a César nomination for best female hope. Garance Marillier continued her ascent the following year with Ad Vitam, an anticipation series broadcast on Arte and awarded at the Séries Mania Festival, before returning to the big screen in 2019 with the drama Pompéi, directed by John Shank and Anne Falguères. In 2020, she joined the cast of the biopic Madame Claude. Her latest collaboration to date with Julia Ducournau for Titane leads her to official competition at the Cannes Film Festival this year, where the feature won the Palme d'Or. Garance Marillier has just completed the shooting of Rue des dames, the second feature film by Hamé and Ekoué, members of the group La Rumeur.