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Carlos

Carlos

A Feature film by Olivier Assayas

Produced by Film en stock

Release in France : 07/07/2010

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Actors (16)

Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producer :

Film en stock

Film exports/foreign sales :

STUDIOCANAL

Foreign production company :

Egoli Tossell Film AG

French distribution :

MK2 Films (ex MK2)

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Synopsis

Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, Carlos is a central figure in the history of international terrorism in the 1970s and 1980s, from pro-Palestinian activism to the Japanese Red Army. At once a figure of the extreme left and an opportunistic mercenary in the pay of powerful Middle Eastern secret services, he formed his own organization based on the other side of the Iron Curtain which was active during the final years of the Cold War.

This film is the story of a revolutionary internationalist, both manipulator and manipulated, as he is carried along by the currents of contemporary history and his own folly. We will follow him to the end of his road, relegated to Sudan where the Islamic dictatorship, after having protected him for a while, handed him over to French police.

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Carlos

English trailer

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Full credits (20)

Executive Producer :

Daniel Leconte

Author of original work :

Daniel Leconte

Line Producer :

Raphaël Cohen

Foreign producers :

Jens Meurer, Judy Tossell

Sound Recordist :

Nicolas Cantin

Press Attaché (film) :

Dominique Segall

Sound editors :

Nicolas Cantin, Nicolas Moreau, Olivier Goinard

Casting :

Antoinette Boulat, Nicole Kamato, Rosa Estevez

Director of Photography :

Nicolas Cantin

Make-up Artist :

Thi than tu nGuyen

Assistant Director :

Luc Bricault

Producers :

Raphaël Cohen, Daniel Leconte, Jens Meurer, Judy Tossell

Screenwriters :

Olivier Assayas, Dan Franck

Directors of Photography :

Yorick Le Saux, Denis Lenoir

Production managers :

Eric Dionysius, Sylvie Barthet

Editor :

Luc Barnier

Continuity supervisors :

Sandrine Bourgoin, Clémentine Schaeffer

Production Designer :

François-Renaud Labarthe

Costume designer :

Jürgen Dœring

Sound mixers :

Daniel Sobrino, Olivier Goinard

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Historical

Production language :

French, German, English, Spanish, Arabic

Coproducer countries :

France, Germany

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

Majority French (France, Germany)

Production year :

2010

French release :

07/07/2010

Runtime :

2 h 45 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

122.673

Visa issue date :

28/06/2010

Approval :

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

2.35

Audio format :

Dolby SRD

Rating restrictions :

Suitable for all viewers, with warnings

Posters (5)

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News (22)

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Festival Selections (27)

Rome Film Festival - 2010

Rome Film Festival (Italy, 2010)

Selection

Out of Competition

Hof International Film Festival - 2010

Hof International Film Festival (Germany, 2010)

Selection

Official Selection

BFI London Film Festival - 2010

BFI London Film Festival (Great Britain, 2010)

Selection

Film on the Square

Montreal Festival of New Cinema - 2010

Montreal Festival of New Cinema (Canada, 2010)

Selection

Special Presentation

Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival - 2010

Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival (Brazil, 2010)

Selection

Panorama of World Cinema

Cannes International Film Festival - 2010 - © Brigitte Lacombe/Annick Durban

Cannes International Film Festival (France, 2010)

Selection

Out of Competition

Awards

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 2011

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 2011)

Awards

César Award for Most Promising Actor : Edgar Ramirez

Delegations (6)

Presskit (2)

Website (2)