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Le Règne animal de Thomas Cailley recibe el anticipo de ingresos del CNC

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- El segundo largometraje del cineasta, protagonizado por Adèle Exarchopoulos, Romain Duris y Paul Kircher, estará apoyado por el centro farncés, como lo nuevo de Jérémy Clapin y Jonas d’Adesky

Le Règne animal de Thomas Cailley recibe el anticipo de ingresos del CNC
La actriz Adèle Exarchopoulos (© Dustin Gaffke) y los actores Romain Duris (© Georges Biard) y Paul Kircher (© Jean Noël Cassan), protagonistas de Le Règne animal

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Four projects have been selected during the first 2022 session of the CNC’s second advance on receipts committee (for second and third feature films).

Stealing focus among them is Le Règne animal which will be the second feature film offered up by Thomas Cailley, who was revealed at the 2014 Directors’ Fortnight via his multi-award-winning work Love At First Fight [+lee también:
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(notably scooping the Louis Delluc Award and the Best First Film Lumière, as well as the 2015 Best Actress and Best New Hope Césars).

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Starring in the cast of his latest opus - on which filming is due to begin in May – we find Adèle Exarchopoulos (hitting cinemas on 2 March in Zero Fucks Given [+lee también:
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and very soon again in Smoking Causes Coughing [+lee también:
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, The Five Devils [+lee también:
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and Passages), Romain Duris (recently enjoyed in Eiffel [+lee también:
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and soon to hit cinemas in Final Cut [+lee también:
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as well as in The Three Musketeers two-parter) and Paul Kircher (who has just finished shooting Winter Boy by Christophe Honoré). Written by Thomas Cailley and Pauline Munier, the story takes place two years after humans first start showing signs of mutating into animals. Society is adapting to, taking charge of and trying to treat these "creatures" in specialised facilities. But one such convoy gets caught up in an accident and the Creatures disappear into the countryside… Production is steered by Pierre Guyard on behalf of Nord-Ouest Films, with StudioCanal distributing the film in France and selling the film worldwide.

An advance on receipts has likewise been awarded to Pendant ce temps sur Terre, the second feature film by Jérémy Clapin who nabbed an Oscar nomination in 2020 for Best Animated Film thanks to I Lost My Body [+lee también:
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(as well as winning Cannes’ Critics’ Week’s Grand Prize in 2019 and walking away with various Césars, the European Film Award’s animation trophy and Annecy’s Crystal for Best Film, to name just a few). Production is entrusted to One World Films.

The CNC will also be throwing its weight behind Temps Mort by Jonas d’Adesky, co-produced by French firm Tact Production, Belgium’s Neon Rouge and Rwanda’s Karekezi Film Production. This second feature by the filmmaker who was revealed in Toronto 2012 by way of Twa Timoun [+lee también:
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(selected for the 2013 Berlinale’s Generation section) will revolve around a Belgian-Rwandan professional basketball player living in Brussels who discovers she’s pregnant. She subsequently decides to travel to Rwanda to find her unborn child’s father. Once there, her family’s past catches up with her, but she realises she needs to face up to it if she wants to embrace her future…

Last but not least, a feature-length documentary project is likewise one of the lucky few to receive CNC support: Bonne nuit Boganda by Edie Laconi (notably well-received in the Cinéma du Réel Festival’s French competition in 2019 via Here, I Won’t Die [+lee también:
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) alongside anthropologist Andrea Ceriana Mayneri. Produced by Look at Sciences, the film will transport us to Bangui, in Central Africa, and to the National Barthélémy Boganda Museum, a repository of memories ravaged by recent conflicts and whose employees have carried on working despite being closed to the public. The film will see them discuss part of the history of this country at war, as well as the current state of its exhausted yet obstinately lively inhabitants…

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