- Aurouet, Tristan
- (1974, France - ) and Lellouche, Gilles (July 24, 1973, Paris, France - )They met in high school. Tristan Aurouet entered into films as assistant director to Pascal Thomas and Olivier Dahan. Gilles Lellouche attended acting courses at Cours Florent and notably performed onstage Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing and David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross. They co-directed two shorts, several musical video clips, and one feature film. Since their last collaboration, Gilles Lellouche has favored his acting career and has played supporting roles (and sometimes second leads) in about fifteen films, including Anthony Zimmer (Jérôme Salle, 2005), Ne le dis à Personne (Guillaume Canet, 2006), Le Dernier Gang (Ariel Zeïtoun, 2007), Sans Arme, ni Haine, ni Violence (Jean-Paul Rouve, 2008), and Mesrine: L'Instinct de Mort (Jean-François Richet, 2008).Filmography1996 ◘ 2 Minutes 36 de Bonheur (short; co-screenwriter, co-director with Gilles Lellouche)◘ Pourkoi... passkeu (short; co-screenwriter, co-director with Gilles Lellouche)◘ Narco (co-screenwriter, co-director with Gilles Lellouche)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.