Thomas Grascœur is a French director and actor. As an actor, he often appears on French Television (Flic tout simplement, by Yves Rénier, with Mathilde Seigner and Philippe Torreton, Alice Nevers, Clem, Nos Chers Voisins, Plus belle la vie…). He’s also acting on stage in Paris, both in classical and modern plays. 

He directed two shorts films, A Parisian Bourgeois takes a break, a modern adaptation from a short story by the French writer Guy de Maupassant, which is regularly broadcasted on OCS (Orange Cinema Series, the French channel of HBO), and was awarded a Gold Rémi at the World Fest Houston Festival as Best Black Comedy in 2016.

His second short, The App, was screened last year at NRFF Amsterdam – a fantasy about social networks and applications, which has been already selected in 28 festivals and won 11 awards both in France and abroad.