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Dominik Moll

Dominik Moll

  • French director and scriptwriter, born in 1962 in Germany.

    It was by discovering Alfred Hitchcock’s films that Dominik Moll’s passion for cinema began. He studied at the City University of New York, where he made his first short films, and at the IDHEC, where he met Gilles Marchand and Laurent Cantet. He earned great public and critical acclaim with his second film, the thriller Harry, He’s Here to Help (2000). In the films that followed (Lemming, The MonkNews from Planet MarsOnly the Animals), Moll continued, through various genres, to explore the malfunctions of an everyday life grappling with the incursion of the irrational. He also made two forays into television series, with Tunnel (2013) and Eden (2019), in which he broaches the sensitive subject of refugees. His most recent film The Night of the 12th, about an unresolved police investigation, was lauded at the 2023 César. Most of the scripts of his films were written with Gilles Marchand, with whom he also co-wrote Black Heaven and Into the Forest.

  • Le Gynécologue et sa secrétaire (short film, 1987) - Intimité (1993) - Harry, He's Here to Help (2000) - Lemming (2005) - The Monk (2011) - The Tunnel (TV series, 2013) - News from Planet Mars (2016) - Eden (TV series, 2019) - Only the Animals (2019) - The Night of the 12th (2022)

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