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Bérénice Bejo

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Since Gérard Jugnot saw in you the “Meilleur Espoir féminin”, the world is for you a stage without borders. In that film, you played a hairdresser’s daughter who dreamed of going to the movies, and those dreams have been fulfilled for you, Bérénice Bejo. As a child you marvelled at Singin’ in the Rain and […]

Laura Smet

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In the summer of 2007, the town of Dinard was set “Towards Zero” for the filming of Pascal Thomas’ adaptation of Agatha Christie’s work, with a prestigious cast including Laura Smet. She was revealed for the part of a young woman suffering from cancer in Xavier Giannoli’s “Eager Bodies”, as a murderous lover in Claude […]

Paul Webster

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Paul Webster is an independent producer; previously was, variously, Head of Production for Miramax Films; worked with Working Title Films where he set up and ran their Los Angeles office, created FilmFour Ltd, and formed Kudos Pictures. He has produced films by some of the greatest international directors: David Cronenberg (Eastern Promises), Thomas Vinterberg (It’s […]

Mohamed Hamidi

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In 2016, the touching story of a farmer who decides to walk to the Paris International Agricultural Show from his Algerian countryside in the company of Jacqueline, moved all of France. Jacqueline is none other than the cow in the title of the film “One Man and his Cow” that won the Grand Prix, the […]

Eye Haïdara

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“Regarde-moi” (Look at me). The title of the film in which Eye Haïdara played her first major role was rather auspicious and announced the career that we know. Nine years later, she was reunited with director Audrey Estrougo for “Jailbirds”, which gave her the opportunity to star alongside Sophie Marceau and Julie Gayet. In the […]

Jean Des Forêts

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In 2016, a film challenged all the senses of the audience, from swooning to pampering, from repulsion to adoration as it told the story of a young girl from a traditionally vegetarian family’s conversion to the carnivorous world, even to cannibalism. This first feature film, “Raw”, made it clear that genre cinema could also be […]

Finnegan Oldfield

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Like Liam Neeson or Daniel Craig, Finnegan Oldfield is a Liverpool Football Club fan. And just like his fellow Britons, he likes to explore radically different worlds from one film to the next.He starred in Nabil Ben Yadi’s “The Marchers”,Tristan Aurouet’s “Mineurs 27” and Clément Cogitore’s “Ni le ciel, ni la terre” – he received […]