Emmanuelle Bercot


- Friday 8th of April - 19h30 - Artplexe 6

Emmanuelle Bercot is a director, screenwriter and actress. Her first short film, Les Vacances, won the Cannes Jury Prize in 1997 and her graduation film, La Puce, was selected at the Cinefondation at the 52nd Cannes Film Festival.

She played the lead role in her first feature film Clément, which was presented at Cannes in 2001 in the Un "Certain Regard" section. In parallel to her career as a director, she played in several films such as La Classe de neige by Claude Miller, Une pour toutes by Claude Lelouch or Polisse by Maïwenn, for which she participated in the writing of the script.

In 2015, at the 68th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, she presented her film La Tête haute as the opening act and received the Best Actress Award for her role in Mon Roi by Maïwenn. She was also nominated five times at the César Awards, including for Best Actress for Mon Roi and Best Director for La Tête haute. Recently, she played in the films Jumbo by Zoé Wittock, Le Bal des folles by Mélanie Laurent and Goliath by Frédéric Tellier.

Duet with Éric Neveux

Born on the occasion of Festival’s 20th anniversary, the “Duets” program shines a light on loyal directors and composers who, with their recurring collaborations, keep dazzling our eyes and making our ears vibrate. 

For its fourth edition, “Duets” welcome two duets : Emmanuelle Bercot and Éric Neveux, as well as Tony Gatlif and Delphine Mantoulet.


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