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PRODUCTION / FUNDING France

Géraldine Nakache toplining Vacances

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- The feature debut by Béatrice de Staël and Léo Wolfenstein, a Tabo Tabo Films production, is currently shooting

Géraldine Nakache toplining Vacances
Actress Géraldine Nakache

Since 12 October, Béatrice de Staël and Léo Wolfenstein have been in South-West France shooting their feature debut, Vacances (lit. “Holidays”). The cast includes Géraldine Nakache (All That Glitters [+see also:
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, Playing Dead [+see also:
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, and the series Hippocrate and La flamme), Béatrice De Staël herself (The Queen of Hearts [+see also:
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, (Girl)Friend [+see also:
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) and Andranic Manet (nominated for the Lumières Award for Best New Actor in 2019 for A Paris Education [+see also:
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interview: Jean-Paul Civeyrac
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, and set to grace screens next year in Eiffel and Envole-moi).

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Written by de Staël and Philippe Barassat, the story revolves around Marie, who is spending her holidays alone with her children for the first time, without her husband. One evening, feeling lost, Marie allows herself to fall for the charms of a young man with a magnetic charisma.

Produced by Véronique Zerdoun for Tabo Tabo Films, Vacances is being co-produced by Films Grand Huit. It was backed by the CNC through an advance on receipts, the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region and the Landes department. Principal photography on the feature is continuing until 19 November, and the French theatrical release will be handled by Paname Distribution.

As a reminder, Tabo Tabo Films has the recent films Number One [+see also:
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by late director Tonie Marshall and Moka [+see also:
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by Frédéric Mermoud under its belt.

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(Translated from French)

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