Martijn Lakemeier • Acteur
"Jouer, c’est un métier, une chose à laquelle on peut s'entraîner"
par Ana Stanic
BERLINALE 2021: L’acteur hollandais nous parle de sa jeune carrière, de ses challenges, de la manière dont il choisit ses rôles, ainsi que des réalisateurs avec lesquels il aimerait travailler
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Martijn Lakemeier has the distinction of being the youngest winner of a Golden Calf Award for Best Actor. He received the prestigious Dutch film award for his acting debut in Winter in Wartime [+lire aussi :
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interview : Nanouk Leopold
fiche film] (2013), Ventoux [+lire aussi :
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fiche film] (2015), Adios Amigos (2016) and Skógafoss (2017). In the Netherlands, he is well-known for his role in the most critically acclaimed Dutch TV series in years, Dutch Hope, which won the Golden Calf for Best TV Series and was the Dutch entry for the International Emmy Awards in 2015. He played in the French film To the Top [+lire aussi :
fiche film] opposite French star Kev Adams and had a guest role on the web-series Blackpills, produced by Bryan Singer and Luc Besson, and directed by Mateo Guez. Next up is Doodstil, directed by Willem Gerritsen and The East [+lire aussi :
interview : Martijn Lakemeier
fiche film] directed by Jim Taihuttu, in which he is cast in the lead opposite Marwan Kenzari.
Now selected for the 2021 Shooting Stars, the young Dutch actor talks the beginning of his career, challenges and roles, as well as picking Xavier Dolan as a director he would love to work with.