Welcome to Cécile de France Fan, the latest online resource dedicated to the talented Belgian actress Cécile de France. Cécile has been in movies such as "High Tension" "Hereafter", "Möbius" and "Summertime aka La belle saison". She's also played the role of Sofia in the 2016 TV show "The Young Pope". This site is online to show our support to the actress Cécile de France, as well as giving her fans a chance to get the latest news and images.
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Posted by Veronique on September 13th, 2018


Cécile attended the Mademoiselle De Joncquieres Paris Premiere on 10 September.



Posted by Veronique on September 9th, 2018




Posted by Veronique on September 9th, 2018


Cécile was on the cover of Version Fémina last week (31 August 2018). I also added an outtake from the photoshoot she did, photography by Carole Bellaiche.




Posted by Veronique on September 8th, 2018


I added 2 new magazine scans to the gallery. The first one is from Madame Figaro (17 August 2018) and the second one from Causette (5 September 2018):




Posted by Veronique on September 8th, 2018


Celluloid Dreams has released a first image of Belgian actress Cécile de France in the role of a woman who discovers she has shamanistic abilities during a trip to Mongolia in French filmmaker Fabienne Berthaud’s upcoming feature A Bigger World (Un Monde Plus Grand).

The feature is based on the real-life experiences of Corine Sombrun, a French musician and composer who made a similar discovery while on assignment as a sound recordist for the BBC World Service in Mongolia in 2001.

Sombrun’s abilities were revealed when she fell into a deep trance during a ceremony featuring ritual drumming by a local shaman. She spent eight years learning how to harness her powers under the guidance of local shamans, and recounted her experiences in her 2006 book Mon Initiation Chez Les Chamanes.

Co-written with Claire Barre, A Bigger World is Berthaud’s fourth feature after Frankie, Lily Sometimes, which played in Cannes Director’s Fortnight in 2010, and Sky, which premiered in 2015 in TIFF’s inaugural Platform line-up.

“After reading Corine’s book, I knew I had to make a movie out of it. It is an incredible character, bigger than life, and beyond fiction, it seemed urgent to me to explore the important questions that the practice of Shamanism raises, at a time where spirituality is taking more and more space in the daily life of Westerners,” said Berthaud.

A Bigger World is produced by Carole Scotta for Haut et Court, in coproduction with Christine Palluel for 3×7 Productions/Groupe Telfrance and Genevieve Lemal for Scope Pictures. Haut et Court Distribution will handle the French release.

Celluloid Dreams is launching sales on the film at TIFF. Festival titles on its sales slate include Giant Little Ones by Keith Behrman, which premieres as a TIFF Special Presentation, and Jafar Panahi’s 3 Faces, which is playing in the Masters section.

De France is at TIFF this year with Emmanuel Moret’s Mademoiselle De Joncquières, which world premieres in Platform.

SOURCE: screendaily.com



Posted by Veronique on September 8th, 2018


Cécile and Edouard Baer did an interview with Tchi tcha on 4 September about their film Mademoiselle de Joncquières. Click on the image below to be redirected to the original video:



Posted by Veronique on August 23rd, 2018


Mademoiselle de Joncquières will have it’s world premiere (Press & Industry) screening on Friday 7 September at 3:30PM at the Scotiabank Theatre in Toronto, as a part of the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, it will be competing in the Platform category.

Here’s a list of all the screenings at TIFF:

* Friday 7 September 2018 at 3:30PM at the Scotiabank Theatre (Press & Industry)
* Saturday 8 September 2018 at 5:30PM at the Winter Garden Theatre (Regular)
* Sunday 9 September 2018 at 8:30AM at the TIFF Bell Lightbox (Regular)
* Tuesday 11 September 2018 at 9:45AM at the Scotiabank Theatre (Press & Industry)
* Friday 14 September 2018 at 10:00AM at the Scotiabank Theatre (Press & Industry)
* Sunday 16 September 2018 at 9:15AM at the TIFF Bell Lightbox (Regular)



Posted by Veronique on August 11th, 2018


Mademoiselle de Joncquières will have it’s world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this year, as part of the Platform category.

Here’s a short description about the film in English:
When a romance between a widow and a notorious libertine takes an unexpected turn, Mademoiselle de Joncquières becomes instrumental to one lover’s plans for revenge, in this stunningly shot period film from Emmanuel Mouret.

So far there are no dates known for the premiere, the full schedule coming on August 21! TIFF 2018 will be held from 6 to 16 September.



Posted by Veronique on August 7th, 2018




Posted by Veronique on July 17th, 2018



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Mademoiselle de Joncquières

Role: Madame de Pommeray
Release Date: 12 September 2018 (France)

Madam of the Pommeraye, a young widow removed from the world, assigns to the court of the marquis of Arcis, licentious notorious. After a few years of a happiness without flaw, she discovers that the Marquis is tired of their union. Madly in Love and terribly injured, she decides to take revenge on him with the complicity of Mademoiselle of Joncquières and its mother.

 

 

Rebelles

Role: Sandra
Release Date: 13 March 2019 (France)

Plot Currently Unknown

 

 

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