“I have always been a very cinephile. Cinema is one of the things that nourishes me emotionally, intellectually and artistically.”
Delphine de Vigan is known as the author of the novels “No and Me” (adapted into a 2010 film by Zabou Breitman), “Nothing Holds Back the Night”, “Based on a True Story” (Renaudot Prize and Goncourt Prize for High School Students, adapted into a 2017 film by Roman Polanski), “Loyalties” and “Gratitudes”, all published by Jean-Claude Lattès. Her novels have been translated around the world. In 2011, she and Gilles Legrand co-wrote the screenplay for his film You Will Be My Son. Two years later, she directed her first feature film, À coup sûr, co-written with Chris Esquerre and starring Laurence Arné and Éric Elmosnino. Her latest novel, “Children are Kings”, was published by Gallimard at the beginning of this year.