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17 March 2014 à 10:36

Tavernier closes the 19th Rendez-vous with French Cinema

The director presented his latest film, Quai d'Orsay, to a packed house, Sunday March 16 in New York, in the presence of special guests. 

Bertrand Tavernier and his Quai d'Orsay were given the mission of closing the Rendez-Vous With French Cinema à New York, which took place in a crowded theater at Lincoln Center.

For this event, the director was accompanied by Antonin Baudry, the author (under the name of Abel Lanzac) of the graphic novel which inspired the film, and currently the Cultural Counselor for France in the United States (French Embassy). It was also an occasion for the French filmmaker to meet up again with an old acquaintance, Harvey Keitel, who starred in Tavernier's Death Watch 35 years ago.

Author : Grégory Alexandre

Latest update : 18 March 2014 à 10:36 CET

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