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Eléa started directing in 2013 with her first short film (Un)Fair Trade, which she wrote and shot for the Nikon Film Festival. 

The next year, with David Azencot and Olivia Gotanegre, she co-wrote a new short film, Limbo, which she co-directed with Olivia Gotanegre for the 48 Hour Film Project. 

In 2018, she directed a short film called The Amazings, named after a collective of English-speaking actors in Paris that she created with Mi Kwan Lock in 2014. The film comprises a number of different monologues tied together by a storyline written by Eléa.

In 2020, she directed her first web series, Check Please!, written by Marine Assaiante and Daniel Castañeda, which was shot in New York. The web series was selected at over 80 festivals worldwide and won over 20 awards.

In 2023, the new web series she directed, Mom To Be, was awarded the New York City Women's Fund by the New York Foundation of the Arts and the NYC Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment.


Check, Please!

An ambitious French actress, pursuing her dream of performing in a Broadway show, starts working in a small, chaotic restaurant in New York City, where she shares adventures and frustrations with those who become her new family.

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Won 20 awards & selected

in over 80 film festivals worldwide.

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Mom To Be

Eleonore, 35 years old, is trying to get pregnant and she will soon discover the crazy journey of a pregnant woman...


Awarded the NYC Women's Fund by the New York Foundation of the Arts and the NYC Mayor Office of Media and Entertainment.

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