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Cédric Klapisch encara la recta final del rodaje de La venue de l’avenir

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- Suzanne Lindon, Abraham Wapler, Julia Piaton, Vincent Macaigne y Zinedine Soualem protagonizan la producción de Ce Qui Me Meut que vende StudioCanal

Cédric Klapisch encara la recta final del rodaje de La venue de l’avenir
Los actores Suzanne Lindon (© R088MAN), Abraham Wapler (© AgencesArtistiques.com), Julia Piaton (© AgencesArtistiques.com) y Vincent Macaigne (© AgencesArtistiques.com)

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After having kicked off on 15 April, the shoot for La venue de l’avenir (lit. “The Arrival of the Future”) by Cédric Klapisch is slated to wrap on 24 June. This is the 15th fiction feature film by the director, who rose to fame with Little Nothings (nominated for the César Award for Best First Feature Film in 1993), was popular with titles such as Le péril jeune, When the Cat’s Away, Family Resemblance, Pot Luck and Rise [+lee también:
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(nine nominations for the 2023 César Awards and racking up 1.4 million admissions in France), and also made a name for himself by directing series of the likes of Call My Agent! and Greek Salad [+lee también:
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Toplining his new opus are Suzanne Lindon (Spring Blossom [+lee también:
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), Abraham Wapler (the series One of Us and Caro Nostra), Julia Piaton (nominated for the César Award for Most Promising Actress in 2021 for Love Affair(s) [+lee también:
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and set to grace screens soon in Les Règles de l’art), Vincent Macaigne (hitting screens from 19 June in Suspended Time [+lee también:
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and soon to appear in Une chose et son contraire, Celui qui soigne – Muganga and L’affaire de l’esclave Furcy) and Zinedine Soualem (one of the director’s regular collaborators, and making a splash recently in You Promised Me the Sea and L’enfant du paradis [+lee también:
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Also among the cast are Paul Kircher (nominated for the César Award for Best New Actor in 2023 and 2024 for Winter Boy [+lee también:
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– which also earned him a Best Actor Award at San Sebastián – and The Animal Kingdom [+lee también:
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, landing in theatres on 4 December in Leurs enfants après eux), Vassili Schneider (giving a great performance in Forever Young [+lee también:
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and The Vourdalak [+lee también:
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, gracing screens from 28 June in The Count of Monte-Cristo [+lee también:
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), Sara Giraudeau (César Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2018 for Bloody Milk [+lee también:
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, famous around the world for the series The Bureau [+lee también:
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, and popular recently at Cannes in Jim’s Story [+lee también:
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) and Belgian thesp Cécile de France (creating a buzz not long ago in Bonnard, Pierre et Marthe [+lee también:
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, soon to be seen in Une fille sans histoire and Dans l’eau).

The story, written by Cédric Klapisch and Santiago Amigorena (both nominated for the 2023 César Award for Best Original Screenplay for Rise), is set in Baron Haussmann’s Paris at the end of the 19th century and the present day. Today, in 2024, 30 or so people from a single family find out that they are about to inherit a house that has been abandoned for several years. Four of them, Seb, Abdel, Céline and Guy, are in charge of doing the inventory of the place. These distant “cousins” will then discover hidden treasures in this old house. They will find themselves following the tracks of a mysterious woman called Adèle, who left her native Normandy at the age of 20. Adèle ends up in Paris in 1895, just as the city is in the middle of an industrial and cultural revolution. For the four cousins, this introspective journey looking into their family tree will enable them to discover this unusual moment at the end of the 19th century, a time that saw both the invention of photography and the birth of Impressionism. This clash between the two eras, 2024 and 1895, will put a question mark over their present and their ideals, and will shed light on what the “arrival of the future” actually means.

La venue de l’avenir is being produced by Bruno Lévy and Cédric Klapisch for Ce Qui Me Meut Motion Pictures, and co-produced by France 2 Cinéma, StudioCanal and Belgian outfits La Compagnie Cinématographique and Panache Productions. Having been pre-purchased by Canal+ and Ciné+, the feature has also secured support from the Normandy and Ile-de-France regions, where the shoot is taking place, with Alexis Kavyrchine (winner of a César Award in his category in 2021 for Bye Bye Morons [+lee también:
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, and nominated in 2019 for Memoir of War [+lee también:
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and in 2023 for Rise) in charge of the cinematography. StudioCanal is overseeing the international sales and will take care of the French theatrical distribution.

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