Actress / Director
Anaïs Tellenne was born in 1987 in Paris. After training as an actress, she played at the Théâtre National de Nice and then in popular series and comedies in cinema. As she spends time on shoots as an actress, she becomes passionate about directing and trains herself in scriptwriting. After a heavy accident during a film shoot, she decides to definitely work on the other side of the camera. During her recovery, she wrote a short film 19 juin, produced by Caméra Subjective. She then co-directed with Zoran Boukherma Le Mal Bleu, selected in numerous festivals. Her third short, Modern Jazz was selected at COLCOA and continues its life in festivals. She is currently in post-production of her fourth short film Le rêve américain.. In 2019, she developed within the Annual Selection of the West Group her first feature film Du grand feu ne restent que les braises in which her favorite actor, Raphaël Thiéry, will play the main role.