Laurence Coriat

Laurence Coriat is a French screenwriter and short film director,[1] best known for her work with Michael Winterbottom.

Laurence Coriat
OccupationScreenwriter, film director


Coriat was born in France and moved to England in her twenties.[2] In 1999, she teamed with British filmmaker Michael Winterbottom on Wonderland[3] which was selected in competition at Cannes in 1999 and won the best British Independent Film award that year. She would work with Winterbottom again on A Summer in Genoa,.[4] Other features include Me Without You, Hunky Dory and Patagonia.

In 2018, she wrote for the British crime drama television series McMafia, inspired by the book McMafia: A Journey Through the Global Criminal Underworld (2008) by journalist Misha Glenny.[5]


Production Notes Distributor
Wonderland Directed by Michael Winterbottom USA Films
Me Without You Directed by Sandra Goldbacher Momentum Pictures
Genova Directed by Michael Winterbottom Metrodome
Patagonia Directed by Marc Evans Verve Pictures
Hunky Dory Directed by Marc Evans Entertainment One
Everyday Directed by Michael Winterbottom Channel 4
Ladygrey Directed by Alain Choquart R├ęzo Films
  • Episode 1.5 (2018)
  • Episode 1.6 (2018)


  1. "Laurence Coriat - About This Person - Movies & TV -". Retrieved 2013-07-23.
  3. Mitchell, Elvis (2000-07-28). "Wonderland (1999) FILM REVIEW; Three Sisters in London, With Lives Worth Mourning". Retrieved 2013-07-23.
  4. "Genova - Cast, Crew, Director and Awards -". Retrieved 2013-07-23.
  5. "McMafia". Goodreads. Retrieved 2018-02-26.

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