Cédric Kahn is a french director, actor and screenwriter born in 1966. He entered the film world through editing, collaborating on Under the Sun of Satan (Maurice Pialat, 1988), and shortly thereafter he directed his first feature film, Bar des Rails (1991). Known for films such as Too Much Happiness (1994), the Delluc Award Winner Boredom (1998), Roberto Succo (2001), nominated for the Palme d'Or at Cannes, A Better Life (2011), presented at LEFFEST’11, or Wild Life (2014), winner of the Special Jury Prize at the San Sebastián Film Festival, Kahn also has a consistent acting career, having starred in several films, including After Love (Joachim Lafosse, 2016).