Laetitia Masson

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Laetitia Masson was born on 18 August, 1966 in Épinal, France, is a French film director. Discover Laetitia Masson’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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OccupationFilm director, screenwriter
Age54 years old
Zodiac SignLeo
Born18 August 1966
Birthday18 August
BirthplaceÉpinal, France

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Laetitia Masson Net Worth

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2018 Winner – Best Director Prize – French Association of Series Critics: Aurore (2017)


Laetitia Masson has had a prolific film career, directing and writing several short and feature-length films. She has also worked in education and holds a position at La Fémis film school in Paris, France, where she currently directs a 3rd-year workshop. In 2014, Masson was the president of the jury for general and international admissions.


In Masson’s 2001 feature film, La Repentie, a woman looking to rebuild her life arrives in a new city, but a stranger man follows her. Masson uses Isabelle Adjani as her femme fatale and incorporates themes of mystery and impulsiveness to illustrate the feeling of starting anew.


In this film, Love Me (2000), a young woman that escapes her present and past realities in the safety of dreams chases after a singer in search of love. The film is produced by Ciné Valse and stars Sandrine Kiberlain.


Masson’s second feature film, À vendre (1998) is about a woman, France Robert that has disappeared the day of her wedding and the detective that investigates her whereabouts while tracing her life through interviews.


Written and Directed by Laetitia Masson, En avoir (ou pas) (1996), her first feature film, was very successful. The film, a production of CLP-Dacia Films and produced by Francois Cuel and Georges Benayoun, follows the story of Alice, a young woman from Boulogne that has just lost her job at the cannery, and Bruno, another lonely heart from Lyon working in construction.


Laetitia Masson spent her early years in Nancy, France. Her parents, both teachers, appreciated film. Masson saw her first film by Jean-Luc Godard at the age of seven. Her father was an amateur filmmaker inspired by New Wave cinema, and exposure to this love of film may have contributed to her study of literature and cinema in Paris, before studying as La Fémis film school. There, Masson graduated from the “Départment Image,” in 1991.


Lætitia Masson (born 18 August 1966) is a French film director and screenwriter. She has directed twelve films since 1991. Her film À vendre was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.