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Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet rueda Les amours d’Anaïs

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- Anaïs Demoustier, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi y Denis Podalydès protagonizan el primer largometraje de la cineasta, producido por Les Films Pelléas y Année Zéro y vendido por Be For Films

Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet rueda Les amours d’Anaïs
Las actrices Anaïs Demoustier y Valeria Bruni Tedeschi y el actor Denis Podalydès

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Primarily known for her short film Pauline asservie (unveiled in Cannes’ Critics’ Week 2018 and awarded a Special Mention by Clermont-Ferrand’s national jury in 2019) Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet has been shooting her first feature film Les amours d’Anaïs since 3 August.

Shining bright in the cast are Anaïs Demoustier (the winner of the 2020 Best Actress César for Alice and the Mayor [+lee también:
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, who was also nominated in the  supporting role category, in 2018, for The House By The Sea [+lee también:
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, and who will soon topline the cast of Old Fashioned), Valeria Bruni Tedeschi (currently touring cinemas in Summer of 85 and whom we’ll be seeing next year in Les années 10 and Gli indifferenti) and Denis Podalydès (hitting the big screen on 26 August by way of Delete History [+lee también:
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and, soon after, French Tech [+lee también:
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).

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Written by Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet, the story centres around Anaïs who’s thirty years old and short on cash. She has a boyfriend, but she’s no longer sure she loves him. She meets Daniel, who is immediately attracted to her. But Daniel lives with Emilie… who Anaïs is also attracted to. It’s the story of a restless young woman, but also a great desire…

Produced by David Thion and Philippe Martin for Les Films Pelléas, and by Stéphane Demoustier and Igor Auzépy for Année Zéro, Les amours d’Anaïs is co-produced by Arte France Cinéma. Pre-purchased by Canal+, Ciné+ and Arte and benefitting from an advance on receipts from the CNC, the support of the Brittany and Pays de la Loire regions, and investments put forward by the SOFICA companies Cinémage and Manon, this full-length film was developed within the Next Step workshop organised by Critics’ Week. Filming will press on until 18 September in Brittany, the Pays de la Loire region and in Paris, with Noé Bach (Just Kids [+lee también:
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, Isodora’s Children [+lee también:
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) at the helm of photography. French distribution will be entrusted to Haut et Court, whilst international sales are in the hands of Be For Films.

For the record, other recent works coming courtesy of Les Films Pelléas - who will soon unveil Nicole Garcia’s Lovers [+lee también:
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in competition in Venice (a movie starring Pierre Niney, Stacy Martin and Benoît Magimel in its cast) - include Simple Passion [+lee también:
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by Danielle Arbid (awarded the Cannes 73 Official Selection Label and selected to compete in the upcoming San Sebastian Film Festival – due for French release on 13 January 2021), the documentaries in post-production Le cerveau and Les Indes galantes by Jean-Stéphane Bron and Philippe Béziat respectively, and Pierre Salvadori’s La Petite Bande (article) on which filming is beginning.

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