Director, screenwriter and producer of Dutch origin, Jan Kounen graduated from the French School of Decorative Arts. He directed in 1997 his first feature film, “Dobermann” with Vincent Cassel and Monica Bellucci. Followed “Blueberry” (2004) and documentaries inspired by his travels in South America and learning of shamanism. In 2007 he directed the film “99 francs”, adapted from the novel by Frédéric Beigbeder, with Jean Dujardin and Jocelyn Quivrin (Raimu Award for best director). In 2009, he directed “Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky” which made the closing of the Cannes Film Festival that same year. In 2019, Jan Kounen presents 3 virtual reality projects he directed.