Virginie is a French-born indie author and screenwriter, living in London (U.K.).
Virginie discovered the world of screenwriting a decade ago when a film director asked her to review his scripts, knowing her analytical mind and love for storytelling.
Subsequently she has since adapted the books she has written into screenplays for Television.
Gatekeepers, a captivating tale of friendship and self-discovery, is a fast-paced, sci-fiction story set against a backdrop intertwining parallel universes with contemporary issues. When their home becomes shrouded in a mysterious mist, four housemates soon learn that on both sides of the fog, they face a whole new world. On both sides, nothing is as it seems.
Backbone is a period drama set in Southern France during the 1940s, based on a true story. A conventional young woman falls in love with a brilliant, free-thinking lawyer who opposes the Nazis in Court. Betrayed by collaborators he is sent by the Gestapo to the death camp at Mauthausen. While he fights for his survival, she embarks on a different path of resistance and a quest for answers. Upon his return, they face a hard choice, which is the ultimate test for their relationship: personal justice versus integrity.
Besides the TV Series, Virginie has also collaborated with directors and production companies on screenplays for several feature films including: Siam, a Thai thriller blending action and mystery, The Wife-Collector, the moving story of the most married man in the UK, and, last but certainly not least, Turkish Delights, a thriller set on the streets of Istanbul.