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13 May 2005 à 13:02

Actors-turned-directors at Club Unifrance

Club Unifrance devoted the day of May 12 to directors whose careers began in front of the camera.

Invited by the Cannes Film Festival and Unifrance, Patrick Braoudé (director of several films including "Iznogoud" in 2004), Yolande Moreau (whose film "Quand la mer monte…," co-directed with Gilles Porte, picked up two Cesar awards), Laure Duthilleul (director of "A ce soir" ["Nelly"] in 2003), Philippe Harel (whose extensive filmography includes "Tu vas rire mais je te quitte" in 2004, "Le vélo de Ghislain Lambert" ["Ghislan Lambert's Bicycle"] in 2000 and "Les Randonneurs" ["Hikers"] in 1996), Eric Caravaca (Cesar for Most Promising Male Newcomer in 2000 and director of "Le Passager" in 2004), and Edouard Baer (who directed "Akoibon" in 2004 following his debut film "La Bostella" in 2000), spent the day on May 12 meeting with international media representatives.
Unifrance hosted a luncheon in honor of these artists, who went on to join the Cannes Festival "Actors' Dinner" later in the day.

Author : Communications

Latest update : 23 April 2009 à 13:02 CEST

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