The cinema premieres of June 1: It's magnificent!, Firestarter, Official Competition...

The cinema premieres of June 1: It’s magnificent!, Firestarter, Official Competition…

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Anecdotes from the shoot, notes of intentions, information for moviegoers: every week, discover behind the scenes of theatrical releases.

It is magnificent! by Clovis Cornillac

With Clovis Cornillac, Alice Pol, Manon Lemoine…

What is that talking about? Pierre, at the age of forty, has always lived far from the clutter of the world, among his bees and his hibiscus. When his parents disappear, his entire universe is turned upside down: he discovers that he has been adopted and must learn to survive in a modern society he has never known.

did you know Clovis Cornillac chose to set the plot of the film in his hometown, Lyon, whose architecture is reminiscent of northern Italy. The filmmaker explains: “I’ve always felt Lyonnais, and when I’m in Lyon, I’m at home. So I wanted to idealize Lyon: the way it linked the places is fictional. I didn’t want to be in the truth but in the essence.”

Keith Thomas Firestarter (II)

With Zac Efron, Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Sydney Lemmon…

What is that talking about? A young woman with the extraordinary power of pyrokinesis tries to protect her family from dark forces seeking to capture her and exploit her abilities.

did you know Firestarter is from the novel Charlie by Stephen King, already adapted to the cinema in 1984 with Drew Barrymore in the title role. Producers Jason Blum and Akiva Goldsman, who had previously collaborated on the Paranormal Activity series, felt it was time to start a new adaptation, designed for a 21st century audience.

Official competition of Mariano Cohn, Gastón Duprat

With Penélope Cruz, Antonio Banderas, Óscar Martínez…

What is that talking about? A billionaire businessman decides to make a movie to leave his mark on history. He then hired the best: famous filmmaker Lola Cuevas, Hollywood star Félix Rivero, and radical stage actor Iván Torres. But if his talent is big… His ego is even bigger!

did you know While there are plenty of movies that show behind the scenes of film production, none truly chronicle everything actors do to make people cry, laugh, and move. The filmmakers Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat trust: “This film delves into this complex and extraordinary relationship, usually hidden from view of the general public.”

Clara Sola by Nathalie Álvarez Mesén

With Wendy Chinchilla Araya, Daniel Castañeda Rincón, Ana Julia Porras Espinoza…

What is that talking about? In a remote town in Costa Rica, an introspective 40-year-old woman sets out to free herself from the repressive religious and social conventions that have dominated her life, leading to a sexual and spiritual awakening.

did you know Nathalie Álvarez Mesén comes from a large family made up mainly of women. Despite this, what she calls “unhealthy” patriarchal norms about how a woman should or should not behave have been passed on to her.

Blerta Basholli hive

With Yllka Gashi, Cun Lajci, Aurita Agushi…

What is that talking about? Fahrije’s husband has been missing since the Kosovo war. In addition to this bereavement, her family is also facing significant financial difficulties. In order to support himself, Fahrije started a small farming business.

did you know To design La Ruche, Blerta Basholli had to go back and forth: talk to the real Fahrije Hoti and figure out how to be in her place. The manager explains: “I had to delve deeply into the emotions and experiences that could bring me closer to her and at the same time I tried to put myself in the shoes of the international public, who need to understand and feel without us having to explain too much. .”

Broadway by Christos Massalas

With Elsa Lekakou, Foivos Papadopoulos, Stathis Apostolou…

What is that talking about? Nelly, a young dancer on the run, takes refuge in Broadway, an abandoned entertainment complex in Athens, squatted by a gang of pickpockets. She joins her group and they come up with a new plan: Nelly puts on a street show, while the others steal wallets and cell phones.

did you know Knowing where and what would be the hiding place of this gang was, for Christos Massalas, the first thing he thought of when writing the script. So, the director began wandering around the center of Athens, looking for abandoned spaces and warehouses. Until Sophia Dona, an architect and visual artist, suggested that he go see the Broadway Arcades.

Elizabeth, Singular Regard(s) by Roger Michell

What is that talking about? Elizabeth, Regard(s) Singulier(s) is a unique, modern and exciting cinematic portrait of an extraordinary queen but also of a woman: soulful, mischievous, elusive.

did you know Elizabeth, Singular Gaze(s) is the latest film directed by Roger Michell, who died in September 2021. The director of Love at First Sight in Notting Hill had already directed a documentary feature film in the past: Nothing Like a Dame. where Judi Dench, Eileen Atkins, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith meet over a cup of tea to discuss their careers.

Letter to the Child You Gave Us by Charlotte Silvera

What is that talking about? “Letter to the child you gave us” aims to encourage young people to measure the importance of laws, the commitment to democracy, and push them to commit to fighting against abstention.

did you know This is not the first time that Charlotte Silvera films youth. He has already been interested in her in her previous films, from her first feature film of her Louise… l’insoumise then in It’s the tangent that I prefer and Girls, nobody cares.

Secret ceremony of Tatiana Becquet-Genel

With Michel Bouquet, Kasia Wolf, Valérie Moinet…

What is that talking about? Rachel is a lawyer, her client committed suicide in prison. As children they lived in the same town. One was a poor girl, the other a rich girl. Then an inner journey begins for Rachel, where she faces a ruthless class struggle, a difficult social and sexual emancipation.

Roland Gori, an era without spirit by Xavier Gayan

What is that talking about? Today we live in a world where the logic of profitability applies to all areas. Places dedicated to care, social work, education, culture, etc. They are managed by managers or experts for whom only numbers count, denying human needs. The psychoanalyst Roland Gori has been fighting for years against the disintegration of our society.

did you know When the director Xavier Gayan got in touch with Roland Gori to propose that he make a film about him as a result of a debate he had had around the documentary Dans le belly de l’Hôpital, the psychoanalyst admits that he had not measured the investment that require. He remember :

“I was used to ITWs and conference videos and one of my friends, Christophe Chassaigne, had even made a DVD about me, Gori, the free individual. I thought that Xavier would be a sound and visual mirror of my words, which would be happy to capture the time I’d like to give him.

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