Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar

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Aude and Benjamin have been in love for six years. Because Aude suffers deeply from not being able to have a child, Benjamin decides he will carry the (...)


Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar began her career as a journalist in Los Angeles. She worked at The Hollywood Reporter in Los Angeles first with the Special Issues and then as the Associate International Editor. She then became a film consultant in LA for different French producers, the National Film Board of Canada as well as one of Columbia Pictures producer. She moved back to France and produced films at Trinacra Films before founding her own production companies LOMA NASHA and VENDREDI FILMS with Pierre Kubel in 2001. Together, they produced 14 feature films. In 2008, Mention-Schaar wrote her first screenplay with Lucien Jean-Baptiste, LA PREMIERE ETOILE. Following its huge box office success, she wrote and directed her first film MA PREMIERE FOIS. In 2015, Mention-Schaar founded a new production company , WILLOW FILMS, where she produces and co-produces feature films such as COBY (by Christian Sonderegger), LE RIRE DE MA MERE (by Colombe Savignac and Pascal Ralite), HONEY CIGAR (by Kamir Aïnouz), HEAVEN CAN WAIT & ALL ABOUT MOTHERS (by Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar). Mother of two , she is the founder and president of Le cercle feminin du cinema francais. Mention-Schaar is an Officer of Arts et Lettres and a Board member of the SACD. A GOOD MAN is her sixth feature film as director.