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Boris Lojkine gira Camille

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- Nina Meurisse e Geoffrey Bateman nel cast del secondo lungometraggio del regista di Hope. Un film guidato da Unité de Production e venduto da Pyramide

Boris Lojkine gira Camille
Boris Lojkine (destra) sul set di Hope

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Revealed at Cannes Critics' Week in 2014 with Hope [+leggi anche:
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, the French filmmaker Boris Lojkine has once again set sail for Africa, this time to the Central African Republic where he has been shooting his second feature film, Camille [+leggi anche:
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, since 5 September, a film inspired by the tragic death of the young photo-journalist Camille Lepage in 2014. The film stars Nina Meurisse (known for her performance in Crawl [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Hervé Lasgouttes
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, Vincent [+leggi anche:
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, I Am A Soldier [+leggi anche:
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, A Woman's Life [+leggi anche:
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Q&A: Stéphane Brizé
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and Place publique [+leggi anche:
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) and Geoffrey Bateman (recently seen in Heartbreaker [+leggi anche:
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and the TV series Versailles).

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Written by Boris Lojkine and Bojina Panayotova (I See Red People [+leggi anche:
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), the screenplay starts on 12 May 2014, on a road in the Central African Republic, when a French army patrol stops a suspicious vehicle. In the back, lying beside the remains of a rebel Anti-balaka leader, is the body of a young white woman. Camille was 26 years old. She lived in Africa for two years. She had been fighting for a place in the ruthless world of photojournalism for two years. And now she is dead. "Was I wrong?" wonders Camille. "Should I have made other choices? Lived my life differently?"

Produced by Bruno Nahon and Caroline Nataf for Unité de Production (already a partner on the director's first feature film), Camille has been pre-purchased by Canal+ and Ciné+. Also supported by an advance on earnings from the CNC and Sofica Indéfilms, the feature film will benefit from seven weeks of filming in the Central African Republic and France until 14 December with Elin Kirschfink (Our Struggles [+leggi anche:
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, Hope, The Good Life [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Jean Denizot
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) as the director of photography. Pyramide will be driving French and international sales.

For the record, Unité de Production has just successfully unveiled Pearl [+leggi anche:
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by Elsa Amiel at the Giornate degli Autori at Venice Film Festival and has also recently produced Razzia [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Nabil Ayouch
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by Nabil Ayouch and Sparring [+leggi anche:
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by Samuel Jouy.

(Tradotto dal francese)

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