October 16, 2021

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French Dispatch | Carpet of stars!

French Dispatch |  Carpet of stars!

Wes Anderson’s new Opus finally unveiled at the official premiere as the world premiere, where the stars do not count. French Dispatch Unusual in style as it is a bit of a waste in terms of story. We also met with Pascal Plant, officially thanking the Quebec filmmaker Nadia, butterfly, Which should be on display at Cannes last year.


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Timothy Chalamet welcomed Music star. Many star hunters showed up around the Palais des Festivals mainly for him. Going up the stairs before the show French Dispatch Many stars of Wes Anderson’s new movie per square meter were collected at the gala screening. “Working with Wes is like a dream,” the actor said on the red carpet in front of the canal + camera. “He is one of the greatest contemporary American directors in film history. It is a great honor. ”

Photo by Vienna Le Care, Vienna Le Care / Invision / Associated Press

Timothy Chalmette and Bill Murray have fun on the red carpet.

Tell me French Dispatch It was a normal thing to be behind. Each new submission from the Director The kingdom where the moon rises Already causing great excitement, but in this case, the American filmmaker decided to postpone the release of his film of choice last year for more than a year, to make sure he could start it. In Croiset‌.

Abundant film. Too much.

Filmed in Angoulom, this crazy chronicle reflects Wes Anderson’s portrayal of France from the 1950s to the 1970s. Along with Timothy Chalamet, 10E Film from the director Grand Budapest Hotel Filmmaker’s favorite actor is Bill Murray, as well as Benicio del Toro, Adrian Brady, Tilda Swinton, Leah Sedox, Owen Wilson, Elizabeth Moss, Denise Menochet and other stars of the same caliber.

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This story is made up of a series of stories taken from the last issue French Dispatch, The American magazine moved to the small French town of Ennio-sur-Blas, which is proud to offer a weekly analysis of international politics, the arts (fine or not) and other diverse and diverse facts.

French Dispatch It is clearly one of the most prolific films, with its style overshadowing the rest. Every shot that Wes Anderson comes up with is extraordinarily well designed, studied and framed.

On the other hand, the story is sometimes confusing, and the working trap often comes with too many characters – especially when all of them are embodied by the stars – unavoidable.

If there are real characters to defend Bill Murray, Francis McDormand, Tilda Swinton and Timothy Chalamet, unfortunately the same cannot be said of the others.

Output of French Dispatch It will take place on October 22 in North America. We will have a chance to see him again. And talk about it again.

Pascal Plante, a year later

Last year, Nadia, butterfly, By Pascal Plante, was finally selected in the official selection of the festival, which did not take place. Due to the epidemic, the Quebec filmmaker was unable to live up to the Cannes experience, although he was glad that his film would forever bear the official impression of a festival.

Its general representative, Thierry Fromax, however, invited selected filmmakers from last year to come and spend a few days in the closet. Already in France for a while, he is currently in Cannes, next to his film screening at some festivals and the theatrical release in France on August 4. Some events are on its program, especially this Tuesday.

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“This Tuesday is the day we come to light a little bit,” the filmmaker explained in an interview The Press.

Photo by Franకోois Roy, Press Archives

One year after selection Nadia, butterfly At the 2020 Cannes Film Festival, director Pascal Plante will be in Croydon at the invitation of festival organizers.

We were first invited to dine at Palais with Theory Frommax and the organizers and we also have the right to climb the official stairs at the Grand Theater Lumiere.

Pascal Plante, director

“If I understand correctly, we will be eligible for the show, but we will be given more details about this during the meal. I bought a tuxedo! ”

Life Opportunities This show takes place while climbing the stairs before the screeningAlign, The only film in the Cannes 2021 selection by Valerie Lemercier – which will be screened from the competition – featuring participation from Quebec. Inspired by Celine Dion’s life, Align The Quebecois cast – Daniel Fichard, Sylvain Marcel, Rock LaFortune – unites around the director and plays Charlemagne’s diva.

“I thought it’s randomly funny!” Said Pascal Plante. Producer Dominic Dassault and me, it’s going to be our first big experience in Cannes. It allowed us to take a little. But coming back here through the front door is a little different. ”