Natacha Giler, trained in editing, began working with experienced directors – specifically on archival documentaries. At the same time she writes and directs her own documentaries. Her favorite themes are often inspired by the fortunes of extraordinary women – "Grisélidis Réal, carnet de bals" (activist, prostitute, writer), "Talking like her" (a French-American film about a folk singer who disappeared in the '70s) or "The convoy of the 31,000," based on the writings of Charlotte Delbo.
He also directed portraits of Boris Vian, Ginette Kolinka and Beethoven.
Her films have been made mainly for Arte and Toute l'Histoire/Mediawan. He has edited numerous documentaries for all French channels, including those of Michel Royer, an expert on archive-based films. He had moved to New York City from 2012 to 2015. He is a graduate of ESEC (Ecole Supérieure d'Etudes Cinématographiques).