Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne are a critically acclaimed Belgian filmmaking duo. They write, direct and produce their films together. They first came to international attention with La Promesse (The Promise) in 1996 and won the "Palme d’Or" of the Cannes Film Festival with Rosetta in 1999. All their films since have played at the Cannes main competition and most of them won one of the major prizes: Le Fils (The Son) in 2002, L’Enfant (The Child) in 2005, Le silence de Lorna (The Silence of Lorna) in 2008 and Le Gamin au Vélo (The Kid with a Bike) in 2012. Deux Jours Une Nuit (Two Days one Night) was part of the Official Selection at Cannes in 2014 and Marion Cotillard, who played the lead role, was nominated for an Oscar for "Best Actress" in 2015. Their latest collaboration, La fille inconnue (The Unknown Girl) - a thriller-like drama - will be released in 2016.