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Emmanuel Mouret

Filmmaker / Actor

Emmanuel Mouret grew up in Marseille, then settled in Paris where he took drama classes and entrered the FEMIS (filmmaking department). His film Promène-toi donc tout nu !, which is his school work, released in cinemas in 1999.
He often plays the main role in his films: a candid and clumsy young man. He is, with Marie Gillain, the hero of his first feature, Laissons Lucie faire (2000). Mouret will have to wait four years before making his next film, Venus and Fleur, presented in Cannes as part of the Directors' Fortnight.
Also selected in the Director’s Fortnight, Changement d’adresse (2006, was a success and allowed Mouret to turned very quickly Un baiser s’il vous plait (2007), presented in a section to the Venice Film Festival.
In 2011, he shot a new comedy borrowing from the "choral film" : L'Art d'aimer. Two years later, Emmanuel Mouret directed Joey Starr in the dramatic romance Une autre vie. Caprice is his last film, played by Virginie Efira, Anaïs Demoustier and himself.

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    Despite the cancellation of the 35th edition, we have decided to carry on with the 2020 edition with a winners’ list, as the prizes are necessary for the acknowledgement, the career of young filmmakers. 

  • The Net Found Footage programme will be partly screened on the streaming platform Tënk, for 8 weeks, starting on November 20th.

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    Despite the cancellation of its 35th edition and thanks to the commitment of its partners, Entrevues has decided to carry on with its post production support to help as much as possible the filmmakers during this period so uncertain for the whole sector.

     

     

     

  • We carry on with the International Competition and the members of the jury will work together to provide the 2020 edition with a winners’ list, as the prizes are necessary for the acknowledgement, the career of young filmmakers.