Michel Gondry (born 1963) is a French film, commercial, and music video director known to be a visual trickster of [[Music/TheWhiteStripes pop]] [[Music/DaftPunk music]] [[Music/{{Bjork}} videos]] and [[Film/EternalSunshineOfTheSpotlessMind surreal]], [[Film/TheScienceOfSleep fantastical]], [[Film/BeKindRewind whimsical]] dramas and the innovator of [[Film/TheMatrix bullet time]].

* ''La Lettre'' (1998)
* ''Film/HumanNature'' (2001)
* ''Pecan Pie'' (2003)
* ''Film/EternalSunshineOfTheSpotlessMind'' (2004)
* ''Creator/DaveChappelle's Block Party'' (2005)
* ''Film/TheScienceOfSleep'' (2006)
* ''Film/BeKindRewind'' (2008)
* ''Tokyo!'' (2008) - with [[Film/TheHost Bong]] [[Film/{{Snowpiercer}} Joon-ho]] and [[Film/HolyMotors Leos Carax]][[note]]''Interior Design'' segment, which is an adaptation of Gabrielle Bell's ''Cecil and Jordan in New York'' comic strip[[/note]]
* ''The Thorn In The Heart'' (2009)
* ''Film/TheGreenHornet'' (2011)
* ''[[Literature/FrothOnTheDaydream Mood Indigo]]'' (2013)
* ''Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy?'' (2013)

!!Tropes associated with Michel Gondry:
* GenreMashup: His films usually twist and combine various different genres, from superhero comedy to surreal, sci-fi drama.
* GenreRoulette: He's worked in a variety of different genres, from sci-fi romantic dramedy (''Film/EternalSunshineOfTheSpotlessMind''), to animated documentary (''Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy?'') to stand-up concert film (''Creator/DaveChappelle's Block Party'').
* SceneryPorn: His films are known for their visual splendor.
* SurrealMusicVideo