• Julie Gayet and Nadia Turincev by Pamela Pianezza

    In the eyes of… Julie Gayet and Nadia Turincev, co-producers of “The Treasure”

    Looking into the eyes of the most inspiring folks we met on the Croisette. By Pamela Pianezza. #5 Julie Gayet & Nadia Turincev, who coproduced “The Treasure”, by Romanian master Corneliu Porumboiu. This story of a broke father who embarks on a treasure hunt under Robin Hood’s influence is the sweetest tale ever written on [...]

  • Christine Haupt by Pamela Pianezza

    In the eyes of… Christine Haupt, co-producer of “One Floor Below”

    Looking into the eyes of the most inspiring folks we met on the Croisette. By Pamela Pianezza. #4 Christine Haupt, who co-produced the challenging and enigmatic anti-thriller “One Floor Below”, by Romanian director Radu Muntean, screened at Un Certain Regard. A tight exploration of a man’s weaknesses (he almost witnessed his neighbour’s murder but refuses [...]

  • Salle du 60e by Pamela Pianezza

    Cannes, Jours 6 et 7 – Pourquoi la Croisette fulmine

    Bilan à mi-parcours de ce 68e festival de Cannes : de très beaux films et beaucoup d’espoir, malgré la mauvaise humeur ambiante. Par Pamela Pianezza Depuis deux jours sur la Croisette, tout le monde se plaint. A moins de faire partie de l’élite des badgés (les acheteurs côté marché du film, les journalistes accrédités « rose » côté [...]

  • WEB Agnes Salson by Pamela Pianezza

    In the eyes of… Agnes Salson, writer & future cinema owner

    Looking into the eyes of the most inspiring folks we met on the Croisette. By Pamela Pianezza. #3 Agnes Salson, a film-buff and student at the prestigious Parisian school La Femis, who reinvented the concept of “Tour de France” with her partner Mikael Arnal. Planning to run their own cinema one day, the two of [...]

  • Nancy Buirski by Pamela Pianezza

    In the eyes of… Nancy Buirski, director of “By Sidney Lumet”

    Looking into the eyes of the most inspiring folks we met on the Croisette. By Pamela Pianezza. #2 Nancy Buirski, whose documentary BY SIDNEY LUMET (screened at Cannes classics) made us rediscover the work & thoughts of a master. Among other news, Buirski is now producing Jeff Nichols’ new feature: LOVING, a narrative adaptation of [...]

  • Naomi Kawase by Pamela Pianezza

    In the eyes of… Naomi Kawase, director of “An”

    Looking into the eyes of the most inspiring folks we met on the Croisette. By Pamela Pianezza. #1 Naomi Kawase, who teaches us how to tame our fears by listening to the trees, talking to red beans and baking dorayakis in the magnificient AN (opening of Un Certain Regard).    

Cinéma

Maryland-Diane-Kruger

“Mon roi”, “Maryland”, “Amy” : A Cannes, 3 femmes sous emprise masculine

“Carol”, “Paulina”, “The Assassin”, “Dheepan” : certains films du festival de Cannes ont fait la part belle aux femmes et aux femmes qui se battent pour leur indépendance. Cependant une certaine fascination pour la figure de la femme sous emprise persiste. De quoi s’interroger sur ce que cette représentation de femme dominée raconte.  Par Iris Brey [...]

Julie Gayet and Nadia Turincev by Pamela Pianezza

In the eyes of… Julie Gayet and Nadia Turincev, co-producers of “The Treasure”

Looking into the eyes of the most inspiring folks we met on the Croisette. By Pamela Pianezza. #5 Julie Gayet & Nadia Turincev, who coproduced “The Treasure”, by Romanian master Corneliu Porumboiu. This story of a broke father who embarks on a treasure hunt under Robin Hood’s influence is the sweetest tale ever written on [...]

Christine Haupt by Pamela Pianezza

In the eyes of… Christine Haupt, co-producer of “One Floor Below”

Looking into the eyes of the most inspiring folks we met on the Croisette. By Pamela Pianezza. #4 Christine Haupt, who co-produced the challenging and enigmatic anti-thriller “One Floor Below”, by Romanian director Radu Muntean, screened at Un Certain Regard. A tight exploration of a man’s weaknesses (he almost witnessed his neighbour’s murder but refuses [...]

Salle du 60e by Pamela Pianezza

Cannes, Jours 6 et 7 – Pourquoi la Croisette fulmine

Bilan à mi-parcours de ce 68e festival de Cannes : de très beaux films et beaucoup d’espoir, malgré la mauvaise humeur ambiante. Par Pamela Pianezza Depuis deux jours sur la Croisette, tout le monde se plaint. A moins de faire partie de l’élite des badgés (les acheteurs côté marché du film, les journalistes accrédités « rose » côté [...]

WEB Agnes Salson by Pamela Pianezza

In the eyes of… Agnes Salson, writer & future cinema owner

Looking into the eyes of the most inspiring folks we met on the Croisette. By Pamela Pianezza. #3 Agnes Salson, a film-buff and student at the prestigious Parisian school La Femis, who reinvented the concept of “Tour de France” with her partner Mikael Arnal. Planning to run their own cinema one day, the two of [...]

Nancy Buirski by Pamela Pianezza

In the eyes of… Nancy Buirski, director of “By Sidney Lumet”

Looking into the eyes of the most inspiring folks we met on the Croisette. By Pamela Pianezza. #2 Nancy Buirski, whose documentary BY SIDNEY LUMET (screened at Cannes classics) made us rediscover the work & thoughts of a master. Among other news, Buirski is now producing Jeff Nichols’ new feature: LOVING, a narrative adaptation of [...]

Naomi Kawase by Pamela Pianezza

In the eyes of… Naomi Kawase, director of “An”

Looking into the eyes of the most inspiring folks we met on the Croisette. By Pamela Pianezza. #1 Naomi Kawase, who teaches us how to tame our fears by listening to the trees, talking to red beans and baking dorayakis in the magnificient AN (opening of Un Certain Regard).