Audrey Schebat is a writer and director for film, television and stage based in Paris. Her first short film, LIFE, which she wrote, produced and directed, received numerous international prizes after which she was commissioned by the International Federation For Human Rights to write and direct their adverts for the opening of the International Criminal Court. She was a laureate of the Fondation de France’s vocational grant with her first feature film script GENETHICS, a sci-fi film on the nature of conscience. Since then, she has written prime-time comedy shows for M6 and France Télévision, co-created and written a series of documentaries for Canal Plus with Diego Bunuel and co-authored a series of documentaries for France Télévision. She is currently developing projects, such as BARJO, a dramedy series set in a clinic about a psychiatrist drifting into madness and TEMPS A NOUVEAU (New beginnings) a family dramedy with TF1 which has been greenlit for production. Her most personal work centres on the human condition and gender issues. Other current projects include: ANGIE, MERE DE DIEU (Angie, mother of God) a contemporary feature comedy on Immaculate Conception; SMALL WORLD, a feature film project where the world is reduced to a single house and humanity to the 10 people living in it; THE BLUEBONNET; a play that examines a couple’s unforeseen break-up, which has been a big hit in Paris and is now touring; and XX, a long-running series project in development stage about a post-apocalyptic world peopled only by women.