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Fabien Lemercier


7675 articles available in total starting from 02/07/2002. Last article published on 01/07/2020.

Grégory Magne • Director of Perfumes

Interview: Grégory Magne • Director of Perfumes

"It’s a case of underplaying things and placing faith in a look"

French filmmaker Grégory Magne discusses his highly engaging work Perfumes, propelled by Emmanuelle Devos and Grégory Montel and released in French cinemas by Pyramide  

01/07 | /France

À l’abordage is crowned champion at Cabourg

À l’abordage is crowned champion at Cabourg

Guillaume Brac’s film walks away with the Grand Prize at the 34th edition of the Normandy festival dedicated to romantic cinema, the first public event to be held post COVID-19  

30/06 | Festivals | Awards | France

Review: Perfumes

Review: Perfumes

Grégory Magne signs his name to a film full of charm and great humanity, focused on the unexpected coming together of two characters who are both in difficulty, but are ultimately poles apart  

30/06 | Films | Reviews | France

French sales agents shine at Cannes Online

French sales agents shine at Cannes Online

CANNES 2020: Totem Films with Gagarin, Charades with Le Discours, Playtime, Wild Bunch, mk2 Films, Pathé, Luxbox and Les Films du Losange, stole particular focus at the virtual market  

29/06 | Cannes 2020 | Marché du Film

Sunny Side of the Doc’s Connected Edition proves a winner

Sunny Side of the Doc’s Connected Edition proves a winner

1,700 professionals of over 60 nationalities took part in the online edition of the 31st international documentary and narrative experiences market  

29/06 | Sunny Side of the Doc 2020

Review: Love Affair(s)

Review: Love Affair(s)

CANNES 2020: Emmanuel Mouret trials and skilfully succeeds at a new recipe for decrypting the complexity of the love choices we make, a very subtle exploration awarded the Official Selection Label  

26/06 | Cannes 2020

Charlène Favier  • Director of Slalom

Interview: Charlène Favier • Director of Slalom

"Speech had to be liberated"

CANNES 2020: French filmmaker Charlène Favier talks about her feature film debut, Slalom, a story of sexual abuse in high performance sport, recipient of the Cannes 73 Official Selection label  

25/06 | Cannes 2020

Alpha Violet plays its cards right at Cannes Online

Alpha Violet plays its cards right at Cannes Online

The Parisian outfit has notably closed sales on Uncle and Motherland, and is now preparing the ground for Apples, The Cemil Show and Abu Omar  

25/06 | Cannes 2020 | Marché du Film

Review: The Squad

Review: The Squad

CANNES 2020: Stéphanie Gillard shows the everyday life of high-level athletes, female soccer players looking for respect and flag-waving champions of a winning feminism  

24/06 | Cannes 2020

Review: Gagarin

Review: Gagarin

CANNES 2020: Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh successfully and skillfully reinvent the social realist drama by tinting it with space-themed onirism and an epic dimension of resistance  

24/06 | Cannes 2020

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