SCREENING / FEATURE FILM COMPETITIONNathan Willcocks stars in many plays in the United Kingdom, such as Martin Yesterday and As You Like It, directed by Marianne Elliott and presented at the Royal Exchange Theatre, The Wrap directed by Ken Campbell and Pygmalion directed by Peter Joucla. Trilingual, he also stars in La Rose Jaune, a French play directed by Jacques Connort and presented at the Festival d’Avignon in 2014.
Since 2011, we can admire him play all by himself on stage in Spectacle de Lanterne Magique, a play directed by Laurent Mannoni and presented at the Cinémathèque française and at the Richmond World Festival in the US in 2017.
On TV, he worked with Cesc Gay in Spain and appeared in the second season of Versailles in France.
He also stars in many movies. He first appeared in BEGINNER'S LUCK directed by Julie Delpy in 2002. Later, he met Morgan Simon with whom he now collaborates often. He plays in his short film ESSAIE DE MOURIR JEUNE nominated at the César Awards in 2016 and in COMPTE TES BLESSURES, Morgan’s acclaimed first feature film, beside Kévin Azaïs and Monia Chokri. It’s theatrical release happened on January 25.
In 2017, Nathan Willcocks will also star in Woody Harrelson’s first feature film, LOST IN LONDON, that will be filmed in a single take and broadcast live into more than 550 movie theaters in the US. Owen Wilson, Willie Neslon and Woody Harrelson himself will also be a part of the cast.