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Melvil Poupaud

Actor

Melvil Poupaud (born 26 January 1973) is a French actor, author and filmmaker. Poupaud's first appearance was, as a child, in Raúl Ruiz's 1983 film City of Pirates. He acted in more than 10 films of Raoul Ruiz. He also appears in films such as Eric Rohmer's A Summer's Tale, Arnaud Desplechin's A Christmas Tale, and François Ozon's Time to Leave. He co-starred with Suzanne Clément in Xavier Dolan's Laurence Anyways. Having led a selective career, grown in a family having close links with the cinema world, he has been close to figures of the Parisian intelligentsia during the seventies and eighties, such as Serge Daney, Marguerite Duras or Jacques Lacan.

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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.