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THE STORMS OF JEREMY THOMAS

by Mark Cousins

synopsis

Documentarian Mark Cousins embarks on a 1000 km road trip from London to Cannes to film and interview the UK producer- film maker, Oscar winning - Jeremy Thomas. Each year for the last 45 years Jeremy Thomas has made this annual pilgrimage to the Cannes film festival (the first one with his film director Father). This off-beat grand tour will take in landmarks and people connected to the producers films and life. From Locations in Paris used in Bertolucci's The Dreamers onto Lyon, the birthplace of cinema, and finally onto the Cannes film festival. We celebrate the high profile collaborations Jeremy has made with many auteur international directors on films such as Dogman, Crash, The Last Emperor, Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence and many more.

international title: The Storms of Jeremy Thomas
original title: The Storms of Jeremy Thomas
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: VisitFilms (US)
year: 2021
genre: documentary
directed by: Mark Cousins
film run: 89'
production: David P. Kelly Films
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