Andrea Arnold, born in Dartford, is an English director and writer. She has made her debut with two short films, Milk, selected at La Semaine de la Critique in 1998 and Dog in 2001. She won in 2005 the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for Wasp. Her first feature film, Red Road won in 2006 the Jury Award in Cannes. Her 2009 film Fish Tank won once again the Jury Prize. In 2011, she directed Wuthering Heights, an adaptation of Emily Bronte’s novel. Her latest feature American Honey received the Jury Award in Cannes in 2016.