Tag Archives: Noémie Lvovsky

March 20

Farewell My Queen – Benoît Jacquot and the object of desire between women. (French Film Festival film review)

I enjoyed this film much more than I expected to, but because it was capped off with a wonderful chance to chat with Benoît Jacquot who is a very charming man, it somehow turned a night at the cinema into an event. Farewell My Queen is billed as the final days of Marie Antoinette’s reign, but it is also a […]

March 12

Camille Rewinds – Noémie Lvovsky realises sometimes bad things happen for good reasons. (film review from the French Film Fest)

Noémie Lvovsky has had quite a year.  With a leading role in the uber french hit Farewell my Queen, she also released to much critical acclaim, her project (with HER stamped all over it – she directs, writes and stars in this) Camille Redouble, or Camille Rewinds in English. No wonder she’s the name on […]