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Claire Denis entra en la recta final del rodaje de Feu

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- Juliette Binoche, Vincent Lindon y Grégoire Colin protagonizan el 13° largometraje de la cineasta, producido por Curiosa Films y vendido por Wild Bunch International y Anton

Claire Denis entra en la recta final del rodaje de Feu
La directora Claire Denis

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Having kicked off on 14 December, filming on Claire DenisFire has now entered the home straight in Paris. The film sees the director reuniting with three familiar faces from her previous works: Juliette Binoche (the winner of the 1997 Best Supporting Role Oscar and a nominee for its Best Actress equivalent in 2001, crowned Best Actress in Cannes 2010, Berlin 1997 and Venice 1993, recently well-received in The Truth [+lee también:
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and How To Be A Good Wife [+lee también:
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, and soon to be seen in Between Two World), who previously joined forces with the director in Let The Sun Shine In [+lee también:
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and High Life [+lee también:
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; Vincent Lindon (named Best Actor in Cannes 2015 and at the 2016 Césars for The Measure of a Man [+lee también:
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, nominated repeatedly in the same category at the Césars in 1993, 2000, 2008, 2010 and 2013, recently at his best in At War [+lee también:
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and The Apparition [+lee también:
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, and making a much-anticipated appearance this year in Titane) who’s collaborating with Denis for the third time after featuring in the cast of Friday Night [+lee también:
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and Bastards [+lee también:
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, and Grégoire Colin (everywhere of late, mainly as a result of his first role in Should the Wind Drop [+lee también:
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as well as various other appearances, such as in Lovers [+lee también:
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, Simple Passion [+lee también:
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, Camille [+lee también:
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and The Price of Success [+lee también:
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), who has already filmed with Claire Denis six times since starring in Nénette et Boni.

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Jostling alongside them in the cast we find director Mati Diop (who previously stepped in front of the camera in Fort Buchanan [+lee también:
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, among other works), seasoned actress Bulle Ogier (nominated for the 2000 and 2008 Best Supporting Role Césars, and leading the cast of last year’s Wonders in the Suburbs [+lee también:
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) and the youthful Issa Perica (nominated for the Lumières’ 2020 Revelation award for Les Misérables [+lee también:
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), not to mention Hana Magimel (Benoît Magimel and Juliette Binoche’s daughter) in her very first screen appearance.

Written by Claire Denis and novelist Christine Angot (who previously teamed up together to pen Let the Sun Shine In), Fire tells the tale of a passionate love triangle. Jean and Sara have been living together for 10 years. When they first met, Sara was living with François, Jean’s best friend and an admirer from back when he played pro rugby. Jean and Sara love each other. One day, Sara sees François in the street. He does not notice her, but she is overcome by the sensation that her life could suddenly change. François gets back in touch with Jean. For the first time in years. He suggests they start working together again. From here on, things spiral out of control.

Fire is the 14th feature film directed by Claire Denis, who’s been selected for the Venice Film Festival six times (in competition with S'en fout la mort in 1990, with The Intruder [+lee también:
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in 2004 and with White Material [+lee también:
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in 2009; in 1999’s Films of the Present line-up with Beau travail, in the Controcorrente (Upstream) section in 2002 with Vendredi soir, and participating out of competition in 2008 with 35 Shots of Rum [+lee también:
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) and selected for Cannes on five occasions (in competition with Chocolat in 1988, out of competition in 2001 with Trouble Every Day, in the Un Certain Regard line-up with J'ai pas sommeil and then with Bastards in 1994 and 2013, and gracing the 2017 Directors’ Fortnight with Let the Sun Shine In), who won a Golden Leopard in Locarno in 1996 via Nénette et Boni and who was selected for San Sebastián’s competition in 2018 on account of High Life. Her project intitled The Stars at Noon (read our news), starring Robert Pattinson, is currently on stand-by.

Produced by Olivier Delbosc on behalf of Curiosa Films, Fire has notably been pre-purchased by Canal+. Photography is entrusted to Éric Gautier (the winner of the 1999 César in his category who has since been nominated a further six times and whose filmography also includes Into the Wild and The Motocycle Diaries [+lee también:
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). Distribution in France will be steered by Ad Vitam while sales are jointly managed by Wild Bunch International and British firm Anton (whose international production and distribution division has been headed up by France’s Cécile Gaget since October last year).

For the record, Curiosa Films is currently overseeing post-production on Illusions perdues by Xavier Giannoli (read our article – release scheduled for 20 October 2021), Between Two Worlds by Emmanuel Carrère (article), En attendant Bojangles by Régis Roinsard (article), Le Trésor du Petit Nicolas by Julien Rappeneau, Les choses humaines by Yvan Attal (article), the French-Belgian comedy Mystère à Saint-Tropez by Nicolas Benamou (starring Gérard Depardieu, Christian Clavier, Benoît Poelvoorde and Thierry Lhermitte) and Une jeune fille qui va bien by Sandrine Kiberlain (the actress’s first feature film, whose cast is led by Rebecca Marder). Curiosa titles awaiting release are My Father’s Stories [+lee también:
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by Jean-Pierre Améris and Hommes au bord de la crise de nerfs by Audrey Dana.

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