Marion Hänsel (Belgium) is a director-producer with a career spanning over three decades. She set up her own company Man's Films in 1977 to make her first short film Equilibres. Her first feature film The Bed in 1982 won the Cavens Award as 'Best Belgian Film'. Since then, she has produced and directed nine feature films, including: Dust (1984), On Earth As In Heaven (1991), Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea (1994), Clouds - Letters To My Son (2001) and Sounds Of Sand (2006). Man's Film has also produced or co-produced films by Jacques Doillon (La Puritaine), Danis Tanovic (the Oscar®-winning No Man's Land and L' Enfer) and Dany Deprez (Science Fiction). In 1987, Marion Hänsel was named Belgian "Woman of the Year" and has served for several terms as the President of the French Community Film Selection Board.