Marie Garel-Weiss

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Mimi is almost thirty years old and for the first time in her life, someone trusts her : Paul, a lawyer on the sidelines threatened with disbarment. In fact, Paul does not have much choice, no one wants him anymore. So Mimi goes for it and finds him a (...)


THE PARTY’S OVER is the story of a revival, that of Céleste and Sihem. Arrived on the same day in a rehab facility, they’re going to seal an indestructible friendship. It will be as much a force as an obstacle when, expelled from their shelter, they (...)


Marie Garel Weiss is a French scriptwriter and director. She starts her career as intern on films’ sets and then as directors’ assistant. She writes with Vincent Ravalec two short-movies which she directs in a very short time and with a limited budget (L’amour dans les saunas hétérosexuels and La vie de garçon, broadcast by Canal plus). Afterwards she co-writes Atomik Circus by Poiraud brothers, and Thierry Poiraud’s films (Goal of the dead, Don’t grow up). Marie Garel Weiss also contributes to many short TV programs, as Michel Muller’s Un film sans. She works as a co-scriptwriter with various directors like Fabrice du Welz, Cédric Kahn and Hélène Angel (Propriété interdite). Furthermore, she wrote the adaptation of Jeunesse sans Dieu by Odon von Örvath for the Bastille Theater, directed by François Orsoni.

The party’s over is her first feature film and is produced by Elzévir films.