Melanie Delloye is a French-Colombian filmmaker based in Paris and New York. After a Bachelor’s in Philosophy and Russian in the University of La Sorbonne, she recieved her Master’s Degree from New York University’s Graduate Film Program.
While at NYU, Melanie directed several short films that screened in festivals all over the world. ANNA AND JÉRŌME, her latest short film starring French award-winning actress Elodie Bouchez (THE DREAMLIFE OF ANGELS, WILD REEDS), won several awards including Best Short Film at the Miami International Film Festival, 2nd Prize at New York University’s Wasserman King, and aired on National French Television.
Melanie is currently working as a feature screenwriter, while developing her own feature film in France. Her latest short film project, THE MAN OF MY LIFE, has won many screenwriting awards for development, as well as the support of the prestigious French National Center of Cinematography (CNC).