Grégory Magne, raised in Burgundy, crossed the Atlantic in 2007 with a 6.5-meter sailboat, with no means of communication. He records his everyday life with a camera, creating his first film Vingt-quatre heures par jour de mer. Since then he has been moving between documentary and fiction, between screenplay and directing. In 2012 he wrote and directed with Stéphane Viard his first feature film L'Air de Rien. With this film, the audience discovers Grégory Montel in his first role. In 2018 he directs his second feature film Les parfums, with the same actor and Emmanuelle Devos, Gustave Kervern, Sergi Lopez.