Eva Husson




Eva Husson has been a nomad most of her adult life, living between the United States, France, Spain, England and Porto Rico, but she was born and raised in France where she got a Master in English Literature (Summa Cum Laude) and a BA in Spanish Literature from the Sorbonne University. She went on to pursue a MFA in directing at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. During her time at AFI, she collected scholarships and awards: the Franco-American Cultural Fund, the Mary Pickford award for excellence in directing, the Multicultural Motion Picture Association award, and a three-year ambassadorial Rotary scholarship.
Her first short film, Hope to Die, gained international recognition: nominations at the Student Academy Awards, the American Society of Cinematographers, and numerous prizes and screenings in some twenty festivals around the world (Cannes, Tribeca, Deauville, Los Angeles...).
In 2013, Eva directed and produced a medium-length film called Those For Whom It’s Always Complicated, written in collaboration with the cast. The 50 minute film played the festival tour and was aired on the European TV channel Arte in 2014.
Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story) is Eva Husson’s first feature film.