Julien Leclercq (director)

Julien Leclercq

Julien Leclercq in 2011
Born (1979-08-07) 7 August 1979
Somain, Nord, France
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, producer
Years active 2000–present

Julien Leclercq (born 7 August 1979) is a French film director, screenwriter and producer.

Julien Leclercq began his career in 2004 with the production of the short film Transit, in which he explored a retro-future world populated by half-flesh, half-metal beings. The short film got the attention of the producer Franck Chorot and Gaumont, who promptly offered Leclercq a budget of 8.7 million euros to produce his first feature film Chrysalis, the story of a police lieutenant (played by Albert Dupontel) who tries to find his wife’s killer in a Paris of 2025. Leclercq returned to reality to undertake the ambitious project of L'Assaut, a film about the hijack of the Paris-Algiers flight in December 1994.

His work includes directing the 2013 film The Informant, producing the 2014 film L'Affaire SK1, and writing and directing the 2015 film Braqueurs.


Year Title Credited as Notes
Director Screenwriter Producer
2000 Visions Yes Short film
2002 Welcome Yes Short film
2004 Transit Yes Yes Yes Short film
2007 Chrysalis Yes Yes
2010 The Assault Yes Yes Yes
2013 The Informant Yes
2014 L'Affaire SK1 Yes
2015 Braqueurs Yes Yes Yes
2018 Prost Yes Yes

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