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Virginie Efira se prepara para rodar Madeleine Collins

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- La actriz protagoniza el tercer largometraje de Antoine Barraud, producido por Les Films du Bélier junto a Close Up Films y Frakas, y vendido por Charades

Virginie Efira se prepara para rodar Madeleine Collins
La actriz Virginie Efira

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26 September will see filming begin on Madeleine Collins, the 3rd full-length film by Antoine Barraud, following The Sinkholes [+lee también:
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(discovered in the Filmmakers of the Present line-up, in Locarno 2012) and Portrait of the Artist [+lee también:
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(unveiled in the Berlinale Forum in 2015).

Starring in the cast is Belgian actress Virginie Efira (recently very well received in Sibyl [+lee también:
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and touring cinemas next year in Anne Fontaine’s Police, Paul Verhoeven’s Benedetta and Albert Dupontel’s Adieu Les Cons), France’s Bruno Salomone (Goal of the Dead [+lee también:
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, La Maison [+lee también:
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, Brice de Nice [+lee también:
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), Spain’s Quim Gutiérrez (winner of the Best Supporting Role award in Malaga this year for Litus [+lee también:
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, also much enjoyed in Wùlu [+lee también:
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and Spy Time [+lee también:
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, among other works), American star Jacqueline Bisset and, last but not least, Nathalie Boutefeu (Pale Eyes [+lee también:
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, The Moon Child [+lee también:
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).

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Written by Antoine Barraud and Héléna Klotz (Atomic Age [+lee también:
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), the story centres around Judith who is leading a double life divided between Switzerland and France. On the one hand, there’s Abdel, with whom she’s raising a little girl, and on the other, there’s Melvil, with whom she has two older boys. Slowly and dangerously, this fragile equilibrium, composed of lies, secrets and endless comings and goings, begins to tip. Trapped in her own web, Judith chooses to carry on regardless, forging blindly onwards up a slippery, vertiginous slope… It’s a story which won itself a special award at France’s Screenplay Awards (Prix du Scénario) - formerly the Sopadin Awards - in 2017.

Produced by Justin Taurand on behalf of the Parisian firm Les Films du Bélier (who previously teamed up with the filmmaker on his earlier work The Sinkholes), Madeleine Collins is co-produced by Swiss group Close Up Films and Belgium’s Frakas Productions. Pre-purchased by Canal+, Ciné+ and RTS, the feature film is also supported by Eurimages, the Hauts-de-France region (Pictanovo) and Cinéforom, to name a few. Shooting will commence on 26 September, scheduled to end on 15 November, and will mainly unfold in the Hauts-de-France and Ile-de-France regions. French distribution will be managed by UFO Distribution and Paname Distribution (who will partner up for the occasion), while international sales are in the hands of Charades.

The afore-mentioned Les Films du Bélier, the young, independent production company who took home the IFCIC Award in 2017, are set to release Frank Beauvais’ documentary Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream [+lee también:
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(discovered this year in the Berlinale Forum) in French cinemas on 25 September, while De nos frères blessés by Hélier Cisterne (read our article) is currently gracing their post-production slate. For the record, past films produced by the firm include Diamantino [+lee también:
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by Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt (Cannes’ Critics’ Week Grand Prize 2018) and Heal The Living [+lee también:
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by Katell Quillévéré.

(Traducción del francés)

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