Philippe Ramos

Philippe Ramos

1966 (age 4950)

Drôme, France

Occupation Film director, screenwriter, film editor
Years active 1980–present

Philippe Ramos (born in 1966) is a French film director, screenwriter and film editor.[1] He directed an adaptation of Moby-Dick: Capitaine Achab with Valérie Crunchant and Frédéric Bonpart in 2004.

Ramos is considered to be associated with the French New Wave, alongside directors such as Yves Caumon, Jean-Paul Civeyrac, and François Ozon. He directed the 2011 historical film The Silence of Joan.


Year Title Credited as Notes
Director Screenwriter Editor
1993 Les Îles désertes Yes Yes Short film
1995 Vers le silence Yes Yes Short film
1996 Ici-bas Yes Yes Yes Short film
2000 Noah's Ark Yes Yes Yes
2003 Farewell Homeland Yes Yes Yes
2004 Capitaine Achab Yes Yes Short film (also as production designer)
2007 Capitaine Achab Yes Yes Yes Also as art director
Locarno International Film Festival - Best Direction Award
Locarno International Film Festival - FIPRESCI Prize
2011 The Silence of Joan Yes Yes Yes Also as cinematographer
2015 Mad Love Yes Yes Yes Also as cinematographer
Montreal World Film Festival - Grand Prix des Amériques


  1. "Philippe Ramos". Quinzaine des réalisateurs.
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