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La Vie des hommes infâmes in post-produzione

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- Gilles Deroo e Marianne Pistone iniziano il montaggio del loro secondo lungometraggio, prodotto e venduto da Shellac, dopo Mouton, presentato a Locarno nel 2013

La Vie des hommes infâmes in post-produzione
Julien Nortier sul set di La Vie des hommes infâmes

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Post-production commenced today on The Life of Infamous Men, Gilles Deroo and Marianne Pistone’s second feature film after Sheep [+leggi anche:
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(awarded the Special Jury Prize - within the Cineasti del Presente section - and the Best First Film trophy in Locarno in 2013, and nominated for the Louis-Delluc Best First Film award in 2014). The cast includes non-professional actors Julien Nortier, Jade Laurencier, Michael Mormentyn, Dany Hermetz and Thierry Zirnheld.

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Penned by the filmmaking duo, the story revolves around Mathurin Milan who was committed to a Charenton hospital on 31 August 1707: "His madness has always been to hide himself away from his family, to lead an obscure life in the countryside, to engage in litigation, to lend money to the point of no return, to walk his poor spirit along unknown roads and to believe himself capable of the biggest jobs."

Produced by Thomas Ordonneau on behalf of Shellac, The Life of Infamous Men benefits from production aid from the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region and from Pictanovo (the Hauts-de-France region). Likewise backed by the department of Dordogne, the feature film also enjoyed support at the writing stage from the Normandy and Hauts-de-France regions. The 28-day film shoot took place between 14 October and 20 November. Distribution in France and international sales are set to be steered by Shellac.

For the record, Shellac recently produced Our Eternal Summer [+leggi anche:
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by Émilie Aussel (which won the Special Jury Prize in Locarno’s Cineasti del Presente line-up this year, and which will hit French cinemas on 26 April), alongside documentaries J’ai aimé vivre là [+leggi anche:
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and En nous (read our article – opening the 44th Cinéma du Réel Festival on 10 March, just ahead of its cinema release on 22 March) by Régis Sauder, and Goodbye Mister Wong [+leggi anche:
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by Kyé Simon Luang (to be released in France on 29 December). In house writers are already working on L'Extase de Dorothée by Émilie Aussel, Un homme s'est échappé by Régis Sauder and Fleur de Bambou by Kiyé Simon Luang.

Stand-out works on the firm’s co-production slate include The Tale of King Crab [+leggi anche:
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by Alessio Rigo de Righi and Matteo Zoppis (discovered in this year’s Directors’ Fortnight and due for release in France on 9 February 2022), Grand Tour (in post-production and due to be ready in 2022) and Sauvagerie by Portugal’s Miguel Gomes (in production, expected to be ready for 2023 and co-produced by the Marseille-based outfit alongside Arte France Cinéma, among others – news), as well as two titles which will also be ready next year: Les damnés by Italy’s Roberto Minervini and Serena by his compatriot Alessandro Comodin.

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