Daniel is the co-author of two internationally released movies:

  • The Translators (Original title: Les Traducteurs)
  • Populaire

The Translators 

The Translators stars Lambert Wilson, Alex Lawther (Black Mirror, The End of the F***ing World), Sidse Babett Knudsen (Westworld), Olga Kurylenko (Oblivion, Quantum of Solace), and Riccardo Scamarcio (John Wick: Chapter 2). The movie has been sold and released to 30 countries.

For the French sneak preview there was a full house.

The Translators – Story Synopsis

Nine translators, hired to translate the eagerly awaited final book of a bestselling trilogy, are confined in a luxurious bunker. When the first ten pages of the top-secret manuscript appear online, the dream job becomes a nightmare—the thief is one of them and the publisher is ready to do whatever it takes to unmask him . . . or her.

The Translators – International Artwork

Nearly every country in which the movie was released created their own movie poster. Japan even produced stickers for the characters for their Tokyo release.

–> For more information, please visit The Translators page on IMDB.


Populaire has been honored with 5 César nominations (French Oscars), Film Français’s Revelation of the Year, and audience prizes for best feature at San Francisco International Film Festival, Los Angeles COLCOA Festival, Athens and Tokyo.

Populaire was released in over 35 countries. The United States sneak preview happened on February 28th at the opening night of the New York Film Festival – Rendez-Vous with French Cinema

Selected Reviews (in English)

Populaire received many reviews in the French and international press:

With its high feelgood quotient and classy date-movie potential, Populaire is likely to travel far beyond its native shores – and may even manage to break out of the Best Foreign Film ghetto and score a couple of Oscar nods in other categories, such as production design or cinematography (the latter is by a craftsman of lighting, Guillaume Schiffman, who already scored a nomination in 2012 with The Artist).

From the Rome Film Festival on Screendaily – Read the full review here.

—> for more information, please visit Populaire’s page on IMDB.