Screenwriter

Étienne Comar

Quick Facts

IntroFrench film producer and screenwriter
A.K.A.Etienne Comar
Is Screenwriter
From France
Type Film, TV, Stage, Radio
Gendermale
Birth25 January 1965
Age56 years

Biography

Étienne Comar (born 25 January 1965) is a French film producer, screenwriter and film director. He is known for producing the films Of Gods and Men (2010) and Timbuktu (2014), for which he won the César Award for Best Film as producer in 2011 and 2015. In 2017, his directorial debut Django was selected to open the 67th Berlin International Film Festival.

Filmography

YearTitleCredited asNotes
ProducerDirectorScreenwriter
1990BabelYesShort film
1991Le Fond de l’air est fraisYesShort film
1997MektoubYes
1998ZonzonYes
1999SuperloveYes
19991999 MadeleineYes
2000Sur un air d’autorouteYes
2000Ali ZaouaYes
2001GamerYes
200224 Hours in the Life of a WomanYes
2003DédalesYes
2005PapaYes
2005Les ParrainsYes
2006Du jour au lendemainYes
2007The KeyYesAs associate producer
2008Les InsoumisYesAs associate producer
2010Of Gods and MenYesYesCésar Award for Best Film
Nominated—César Award for Best Original Screenplay
Nominated—European Film Award for Best Film
2010The Women on the 6th FloorYesAs associate producer
2012Paris ManhattanYesAs associate producer
2012Haute CuisineYesYes
2014TimbuktuYesCésar Award for Best Film
2014The Price of FameYesYes
2015Mon RoiYesYesAs co-producer
2017DjangoYesYesYes
2017GauguinYes