White, Sylvain: Director Profile

Sylvain White is the director of "The Losers," which stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Zoe Saldana, and Chris Evans. The comic book film is being released by Warner Bros. on April 23.

White, also a writer and producer, previously directed the 2007 smash hit "Stomp the Yard," which marked his feature film directorial debut and topped the box office in its first two weekends in release. His work on the film reflected his knowledge and passion for being a hands-on director, from his involvement with visual effects to camera operation and editing, to executive producing the Stomp the Yard soundtrack.  
Born and raised in Paris, White won a scholarship to Pomona College in California, where he graduated with honors in both Media Studies and Film and Video Production. 
White went on to demonstrate his compelling visual style and strong storytelling skills when he created a series of sensational, award-winning short films, including such titles as "The 25th Frame," "Urban Short Circuit Mind Scrape," and "Quiet," which received multiple awards in the United States and internationally. He has also directed numerous award-winning commercials and music videos in the U.S., Europe and Japan.