Cédric Kahn

The French director, screenwriter and actor Cédric Kahn (1966) launched his career in the 1990s. His major early films include the drama L'Ennui (1998), based on Alberto Moravia’s novel Boredom, and Roberto Succo (2001), screened at Cannes. Over the past few years, Kahn has garnered accolades at several festivals, including the Special Jury Prize in San Sebastian for the drama Vie sauvage (2014), depicting the chagrin of a man hiding his two sons following a divorce. The young talent Anthony Bajon, starring in Kahn’s latest feature, The Prayer, won the Silver Bear for Best Actor at this year’s Berlinale.