Romain Gavras

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Romain Gavras (born 4 July 1981 in Athens, Greece) is a Greek French director, best known overseas for directing M.I.A.'s controversial video for "Born Free". His films and music videos often portray a gritty and realistic setting juxtaposed with flashy high energy content. He won two MTV Video Music Awards in 2012 for Best Cinematography and Best Direction, both for the "Bad Girls" video he directed for M.I.A.

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He is the son of Constantinos Gavras (Costa-Gavras) and co-founder in 1994 of the collective Kourtrajmé with Kim Chapiron, the son of Kiki Picasso.

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