Cédric Klapisch is a film director, screenwriter and producer of French cinema. He studied cinema at Paris III (Censier), and then at Paris VIII (Saint Denis, and NYU) for two years. After a short film, Ce qui me meut, he was discovered with the release of Le péril jeune, which featured two breakout stars: Romain Duris and Vincent Elbaz. In his trilogy on the adventures of Xavier Rousseau (Romain Duris), Cedric Klapisch describes a European identity which always in flux, first by exploring the Erasmus experience in L’Auberge espagnole (2002), then taking us on a trip through Europe via London and St Petersburg in Les Poupées russes (2005), before moving to New York for Casse-tête chinois (2013). He is currently filming his thirteenth feature film, Deux Moi, which is due for release on 11 September 2019.