Meet Isabel Dréan.

Isabel Dréan is an award-winning screenwriter, director, and producer who has made a name for herself in the film industry. Known for her ability to explore the complexities of human nature and contemporary themes through intricate and emotive writing. Isabel particularly excels at delving into female perspectives and has earned recognition in a wide range of genres, from psychological thrillers to romantic comedies. Her work delves into the complexities of pain, laughter, hope, and despair, often exploring the duality of light and dark.
Her stories have been praised for their emotional depth and skillful writing. As a true master of her craft, Isabel continues to captivate with her unique voice and style. With five of her screenplays produced in the last fifteen months, Isabel's versatility, ability to elevate notes, and unique voice make her an ideal collaborator. Her love for travel and diverse cultures also influences her writing, particularly her desire to create uplifting stories during these gloomy times. Isabel is a valuable asset to any film or television production.

QF Nicholl Fellowship

Isabel is a member of these associations.
WOMEN IN FILM
FILM FATALES

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5 SCREENPLAYS SOLD & PRODUCED IN 18 MONTHS

LOOKING FOR PARTNERS

KILL ME

DARK COMEDY | ROMANCE | CRIME
Budget: <5M USD$

FEATURE WRITTEN BY: RACHAEL BIGGS


LOGLINE: A heartbroken and depressed woman hires a hitman to end her life, but when she falls for him, they must join forces to fight against rival hitmen to save their lives and their newfound love.

ATTACHED AS A DIRECTOR.

KILL ME - PITCH DECK

PROJECTS I DIRECTED

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Michel Galand, famous novelist, invites five friends for dinner. He prepared everything: good wine, small presents for everyone, a good meal and... his suicide as dessert. But the events do not turn out as the writer had planned.

Season 1 | Murder Mystery/Thriller | 1h 30 min - French with English Subtitles  

WATCH SHORT FILM: LET GO
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Short Film | Psychological Horror | 16 min

New Wave Los Angeles Film Festival Best Short, Best Directing, Best Cinematography

If happiness is family, how does one keep on living when losing a child? For Anna, life comes to a halt when she loses her daughter in an accident. She is torn between her living young son, Mathis and the memory her beloved daughter. Will she be able to let go of this extraordinary love that binds them? Can this love keep them together even through death? Or should she let go? 

DARK COMEDY I PRODUCED

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Produced by: Isabel Dréan
Written & directed by: Julia Bergeron

DARK COMEDY | CRIME

Winner Best Comedy - Santa Monica Int'l Film Festival
Winner Best Comedy Short - Burbank Int'l Film Festival
Winner Best Short Film - Omaha Film Fest

OTHER PROJECTS - ATTACHED TO DIRECT

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LOVE LETTER TO LAOS

Nicholl Fellowship 2022 - Top 7%

"This is a very touching and heartfelt story. The setting is incorporated into the story in such a wonderful way, and that makes the script such an interesting read. We also get to learn about another culture along the way, which is great." - Screencraft Feature Reader.

Logline: When a world adventurer settles in Laos to open the first bookshop after the communist era, she soon befriends a local teenage boy with a deep love of books. But when his family pushes her to become his guardian, she is faced with a dilemma that could change their lives forever. Based on a true story.  

FEATURE | Coming-of-Age | Travel |
Attached to Direct

WRITTEN BY: ISABEL DRÉAN
#FemaleLead #TrueStory #SouthEastAsia
Budget: 5-10M+ USD$
Location: Laos, Thailand, Los Angeles

I KNOW EVERYTHING

Feature | Coming-of-Age | 80s |
Attached to Direct.

WRITTEN BY: ISABEL DRÉAN
#FemaleLead #WomensRights #TrueStory #Canada
Budget: < 2.5M Location: Canada

Logline: When a rebellious high school drop-out leaves home to become a nanny, the 16-year-old  struggles to reconcile her 'girls just wanna have fun' attitude with her new boss--an ultra-orthodox Jewish family. Based on a true story. Set in the 80s.