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Guests of Honour

In 2020, three guests will honor us with their presence: the Belgian actor Jérémie Renier and the famous duo of French directors : Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache

Jérémie Renier

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Revealed at the age of 14 in La promesse des frères Dardenne, Jérémie Renier quickly made his mark on the European film scene. Having just arrived in Paris, he shot François Ozon's Criminal Lovers in 1999 and continued to work on various projects. He shot with Olivier Assayas, Denis Dercourt and Laetitia Masson and made a foray into Anglo-Saxon cinema with roles in Atonement and In Bruges. In 2004, he collaborated again with the Dardenne for The Child which receives the Palme D'Or. The following year he was nominated for a César award for Violences des échanges en milieu tempéré; two other nominations followed, notably for his role as Pierre Bergé in Bertrand Bonello's Saint Laurent. Recently, he appeared in Double Lover by François Ozon, Frankie by Ira Sachs and Slalom by Charlène Favier. He will soon be in Stephan Streker's L'ennemi.

Eric Toledano et Olivier Nakache

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Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache begin their collaboration with three short films made between 1995 and 2001. In 2004, Gérard Depardieu joined them for their first feature film Let's Be Friends. In 2006, their short film Ces jours heureux became the critical and public success Those Happy Days. Two years after Tellement proches (2009), they directed The Intouchables, seen by more than 50 million people around the world. In 2014, the duo reunites with Omar Sy for Samba. In 2017, Jean-Pierre Bacri becomes a wedding planner in their choral comedy C'est la vie!. Their latest feature film The Specials, which tackles the subject of autism through two associations, closed the 72nd Cannes Film Festival. In 2021, Arte will broadcast their new choral series En thérapie, dealing with psychoanalysis in a post-attack context.

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