Savina Dellicour

Director for film and television


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Biography

Savina Dellicour's new film All Cats are Grey won a Magritte Award for Best First Film and Best Supporting Actress this year, along with a further 7 nominations including Best Picture and Best Director. The Magritte Awards are an accolade presented by the Académie André Delvaux of Belgium to recognize cinematic achievement in the film industry and are one of the most prominent award ceremonies in Belgium. The film also won Best International Film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, following a premier at Rome Film Festival.

Savina graduated from the National Film and Television School in London after a completing an MA in  Fiction Directing and Screenwriting in Belgium. Her NFTS graduation film, Ready, was nominated for Best Foreign Film at both the Student Oscars and the TCM Awards.

Savina's follow up short, Strange Little Girls, was funded by Film Four and the UK Film Council. It won the Venice Award at the Singapore Short Film Festival and has been sold for distribution in several countries around the world. 

Savina also directs television and has worked on numerous episodes of Channel 4's long running show, Hollyoaks.

Currently, Savina is developing TV series Pandore for Artemis Productions, which is co-written with Vania Leturcq and Anne Coesens. She is also working on two feature films for Tarantula. Whenever You're Ready, as well as Brussel which is co-written with Fabrizio Rongione. 

Biography

Savina Dellicour's new film All Cats are Grey won a Magritte Award for Best First Film and Best Supporting Actress this year, along with a further 7 nominations including Best Picture and Best Director. The Magritte Awards are an accolade presented by the Académie André Delvaux of Belgium to recognize cinematic achievement in the film industry and are one of the most prominent award ceremonies in Belgium. The film also won Best International Film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, following a premier at Rome Film Festival.

Savina graduated from the National Film and Television School in London after a completing an MA in  Fiction Directing and Screenwriting in Belgium. Her NFTS graduation film, Ready, was nominated for Best Foreign Film at both the Student Oscars and the TCM Awards.

Savina's follow up short, Strange Little Girls, was funded by Film Four and the UK Film Council. It won the Venice Award at the Singapore Short Film Festival and has been sold for distribution in several countries around the world. 

Savina also directs television and has worked on numerous episodes of Channel 4's long running show, Hollyoaks.

Currently, Savina is developing TV series Pandore for Artemis Productions, which is co-written with Vania Leturcq and Anne Coesens. She is also working on two feature films for Tarantula. Whenever You're Ready, as well as Brussel which is co-written with Fabrizio Rongione. 

Biography

Savina Dellicour's new film All Cats are Grey won a Magritte Award for Best First Film and Best Supporting Actress this year, along with a further 7 nominations including Best Picture and Best Director. The Magritte Awards are an accolade presented by the Académie André Delvaux of Belgium to recognize cinematic achievement in the film industry and are one of the most prominent award ceremonies in Belgium. The film also won Best International Film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, following a premier at Rome Film Festival.

Savina graduated from the National Film and Television School in London after a completing an MA in  Fiction Directing and Screenwriting in Belgium. Her NFTS graduation film, Ready, was nominated for Best Foreign Film at both the Student Oscars and the TCM Awards.

Savina's follow up short, Strange Little Girls, was funded by Film Four and the UK Film Council. It won the Venice Award at the Singapore Short Film Festival and has been sold for distribution in several countries around the world. 

Savina also directs television and has worked on numerous episodes of Channel 4's long running show, Hollyoaks.

Currently, Savina is developing TV series Pandore for Artemis Productions, which is co-written with Vania Leturcq and Anne Coesens. She is also working on two feature films for Tarantula. Whenever You're Ready, as well as Brussel which is co-written with Fabrizio Rongione. 

Biography

Savina Dellicour's new film All Cats are Grey won a Magritte Award for Best First Film and Best Supporting Actress this year, along with a further 7 nominations including Best Picture and Best Director. The Magritte Awards are an accolade presented by the Académie André Delvaux of Belgium to recognize cinematic achievement in the film industry and are one of the most prominent award ceremonies in Belgium. The film also won Best International Film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, following a premier at Rome Film Festival.

Savina graduated from the National Film and Television School in London after a completing an MA in  Fiction Directing and Screenwriting in Belgium. Her NFTS graduation film, Ready, was nominated for Best Foreign Film at both the Student Oscars and the TCM Awards.

Savina's follow up short, Strange Little Girls, was funded by Film Four and the UK Film Council. It won the Venice Award at the Singapore Short Film Festival and has been sold for distribution in several countries around the world. 

Savina also directs television and has worked on numerous episodes of Channel 4's long running show, Hollyoaks.

Currently, Savina is developing TV series Pandore for Artemis Productions, which is co-written with Vania Leturcq and Anne Coesens. She is also working on two feature films for Tarantula. Whenever You're Ready, as well as Brussel which is co-written with Fabrizio Rongione. 

Biography

Savina Dellicour's new film All Cats are Grey won a Magritte Award for Best First Film and Best Supporting Actress this year, along with a further 7 nominations including Best Picture and Best Director. The Magritte Awards are an accolade presented by the Académie André Delvaux of Belgium to recognize cinematic achievement in the film industry and are one of the most prominent award ceremonies in Belgium. The film also won Best International Film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, following a premier at Rome Film Festival.

Savina graduated from the National Film and Television School in London after a completing an MA in  Fiction Directing and Screenwriting in Belgium. Her NFTS graduation film, Ready, was nominated for Best Foreign Film at both the Student Oscars and the TCM Awards.

Savina's follow up short, Strange Little Girls, was funded by Film Four and the UK Film Council. It won the Venice Award at the Singapore Short Film Festival and has been sold for distribution in several countries around the world. 

Savina also directs television and has worked on numerous episodes of Channel 4's long running show, Hollyoaks.

Currently, Savina is developing TV series Pandore for Artemis Productions, which is co-written with Vania Leturcq and Anne Coesens. She is also working on two feature films for Tarantula. Whenever You're Ready, as well as Brussel which is co-written with Fabrizio Rongione. 

Biography

Savina Dellicour's new film All Cats are Grey won a Magritte Award for Best First Film and Best Supporting Actress this year, along with a further 7 nominations including Best Picture and Best Director. The Magritte Awards are an accolade presented by the Académie André Delvaux of Belgium to recognize cinematic achievement in the film industry and are one of the most prominent award ceremonies in Belgium. The film also won Best International Film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, following a premier at Rome Film Festival.

Savina graduated from the National Film and Television School in London after a completing an MA in  Fiction Directing and Screenwriting in Belgium. Her NFTS graduation film, Ready, was nominated for Best Foreign Film at both the Student Oscars and the TCM Awards.

Savina's follow up short, Strange Little Girls, was funded by Film Four and the UK Film Council. It won the Venice Award at the Singapore Short Film Festival and has been sold for distribution in several countries around the world. 

Savina also directs television and has worked on numerous episodes of Channel 4's long running show, Hollyoaks.

Currently, Savina is developing TV series Pandore for Artemis Productions, which is co-written with Vania Leturcq and Anne Coesens. She is also working on two feature films for Tarantula. Whenever You're Ready, as well as Brussel which is co-written with Fabrizio Rongione. 

Biography

Savina Dellicour's new film All Cats are Grey won a Magritte Award for Best First Film and Best Supporting Actress this year, along with a further 7 nominations including Best Picture and Best Director. The Magritte Awards are an accolade presented by the Académie André Delvaux of Belgium to recognize cinematic achievement in the film industry and are one of the most prominent award ceremonies in Belgium. The film also won Best International Film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, following a premier at Rome Film Festival.

Savina graduated from the National Film and Television School in London after a completing an MA in  Fiction Directing and Screenwriting in Belgium. Her NFTS graduation film, Ready, was nominated for Best Foreign Film at both the Student Oscars and the TCM Awards.

Savina's follow up short, Strange Little Girls, was funded by Film Four and the UK Film Council. It won the Venice Award at the Singapore Short Film Festival and has been sold for distribution in several countries around the world. 

Savina also directs television and has worked on numerous episodes of Channel 4's long running show, Hollyoaks.

Currently, Savina is developing TV series Pandore for Artemis Productions, which is co-written with Vania Leturcq and Anne Coesens. She is also working on two feature films for Tarantula. Whenever You're Ready, as well as Brussel which is co-written with Fabrizio Rongione. 

Biography

Savina Dellicour's new film All Cats are Grey won a Magritte Award for Best First Film and Best Supporting Actress this year, along with a further 7 nominations including Best Picture and Best Director. The Magritte Awards are an accolade presented by the Académie André Delvaux of Belgium to recognize cinematic achievement in the film industry and are one of the most prominent award ceremonies in Belgium. The film also won Best International Film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, following a premier at Rome Film Festival.

Savina graduated from the National Film and Television School in London after a completing an MA in  Fiction Directing and Screenwriting in Belgium. Her NFTS graduation film, Ready, was nominated for Best Foreign Film at both the Student Oscars and the TCM Awards.

Savina's follow up short, Strange Little Girls, was funded by Film Four and the UK Film Council. It won the Venice Award at the Singapore Short Film Festival and has been sold for distribution in several countries around the world. 

Savina also directs television and has worked on numerous episodes of Channel 4's long running show, Hollyoaks.

Currently, Savina is developing TV series Pandore for Artemis Productions, which is co-written with Vania Leturcq and Anne Coesens. She is also working on two feature films for Tarantula. Whenever You're Ready, as well as Brussel which is co-written with Fabrizio Rongione. 

CV

Film

Writer & Director

All Cats are Grey
Best First Film at the Magritte Awards and Best Film International Competition at The Santa Barbara Film Festival
ProducerValérie Bournonville, Jospeh Rouschop
WriterSavina Dellicour, Matthieu de Braconier
Starring
  • Manon Capelle
  • Anne Coesens
  • Dune de Braconier
  • Danièle Denie
  • Alain Eloy
  • Bouli Lanners
  •  

    Paul is a detective in his forties. Dorothy, almost 16, is going through a serious identity crisis. Paul lives on the fringe of Brussels’ self-righteous society, while Dorothy has grown up in its heart. What connects them? Paul knows that he is Dorothy’s biological father.

    Tarantula Belgique
     
    On-Off
    Grand Jury Prize at the Brussels Festival of Independent Films 1998
    Starring
  • Bernard Craczyk
  • Yasmine Franjulien
  • Tamara Geets
  • Sophia Lebouffe
  •  
    French language graduation film from Institut des Arts de Diffusion, won Grand Jury Prize at Brussels Festival of Independent Films
    Institut des Arts de Diffusion, Belgium
     

    Director

    Ready
    Nominated for Best Foreign Short Film at The Oscars, Film School Competition
    ProducerJosie Law
    WriterCass Willing
    Starring
  • Ben Aris
  • Anthony O'Donnell
  • Nick Raggett
  • Imelda Stauton
  •  
    Savina's NFTS graduation short
    National Film and Television School
     
    Strange Little Girls
    Voice Award, 3rd Singapore Shorts Film Festival 2006
    ProducerJosie Law
    Starring
  • Laura Beales
  • Paul Gilmore
  • Charlie Kennedy
  • Billy McColl
  •  
    Original short funded by the Film Council and Film Four for Cinema Extreme
    Kurzfimlagentur Hamburg
    Lunar Productions
     

    TV

    Director

     
    Lime Pictures for Channel Four