Marjolaine Grappe is a documentary filmmaker and investigative journalist. Her work on the financing of North Korea's nuclear weapons 'All the Dictator's Men' was awarded by the 2018 Albert Londres Prize, the highest French journalistic distinction. Her feature documentary debute 'The Color of Justice', about justice in the death of New Yorker Eric Garner premiered at CPH:DOX 2019. She started her career in Washington DC as a producer covering the 2008 US Presidential Election and went on to work in Asia as a foreign correspondent reporting from India (2009-2012) and China (2012-2016). She has directed several award-winning investigative documentaries including 'Guantanamo Limbo' (2013) about the prison's legal limbo, and a documentary trilogy about China's One-Child Policy 'In the Mood for Life' (2016), 'Lost Souls' (2015) and 'To be born yet not to be' (2014). She was born in France and lives in San Francisco.