Actor chameleon with multiple talents, Richard Anconina starts in cinema in The bar of the telephone of Claude Barrois and imposes itself in front of the trio Montand-Deneuve-Depardieu in The Choice of the arms of Alain Corneau. He is then noticed in a stone in the mouth of Jean-Louis Leconte with Harvey Keitel. The fighter where he gives the reply to Alain Delon, whithout forgetting Cap Canaille by Juliet Berto and Jean-Henri Roger. His interpretation in front of Coluche by Youssef Bensoussan, a small neighborhood dealer in Tchao Pantin by Claude Berri, allows him to be the first actor to win for the same role the Caesar of the Best Hope and the Best Second Male Role during the same evening. He joined the prestigious cast of Go, come back from Claude Lelouch, and then found Christophe Lambert and Catherine Deneuve in Lyrics and music by Elie Chouraqui. After Red Zone by Robert Enrico with Sabine Azéma, he as as partners Gérard Depardieu and Sophie Marceau in Police by Maurice Pialat, presented in Competition at the Venice Film Festival in 1985. Once again, he is proving to be a great performer in auteur cinema . From Lévy and Goliath by Gérard Oury to the film by Alain Corneau The kid, he passes from laughter to emotion and shows the extent of his register. He successfully borrows The Itinerary of a spoiled child by Claude Lelouch, for which he receives the price of interpretation at the Chicago Festival and a nomination to the Cesar for the best actor. His face-off with Jean-Paul Belmondo remains engraved in memories. Faithful, he finds Élie Chouraqui in Miss Missouri. The small criminal by Jacques Doillon marks a new summit in his career. Winner of a special mention at the Berlin Film Festival and of the prize Louis-Delluc , the film receives an excellent critical and public acclaim. The film follows collaborations with Denys Granier-Deferre in Coma and, for television, with Laurent Heynemann in The place of the father, which beats a record audience and Warris Hussein in Fortitude. Thomas Gilou offers him The Truth if I lie. Immense success, the film knows two sequences to which the public reserves a new triumph. Eclectic, Richard Anconina reconnects with the polar in Six Pack by Alain Berbérian and Gangsters with Anne Parillaud, who launches the career of Olivier Marchal as a director. He also lends his voice to the Volt dog of the Disney studios dubbed by John Travolta in the original version, takes on the role of a musical comedy director in Alive by Frédéric Berthe and participates in the first film of Magaly Richard-Serrano devoted to the women's boxing, In the ropes. He settled at Les Flots Bleus in Camping 2 by Fabien Onteniente and he becomes producer associated with Patrick Timsit in Stars 80 by Frédéric Forestier and Thomas Langmann, one of the great successes of 2012. In 2015, he excels in the role of a lawyer in The Law of Christopher of Jacques Malaterre and we will have the pleasure to find him this winter in Star 80, the following. Alternating cinema of author, comedy and thriller, Richard Anconina passes with a rare ease from one universe to another. He puts his singular and nuanced game at the service of unexpected roles and major directors in very different registers. His rich and eclectic filmography, his endearing personality and his renowned talent make him an extremely popular and appreciated actor, unavoidable in French cinema.
Ludovic Bource is a renowned French composer in the field of film music. After studying music at the Conservatory of Saint-Brieuc, Vannes and at the CIM in Paris, he began his career by composing for ads, short films, and producing artists. It's with the director Michel Hazanavicius that he will launch into music for feature films with My Friends in 1999. He will collaborate with the same director for films such as: OSS: 117 Cairo nest of spies (2006 ); OSS 117: Rio no longer responds (2009) and finally The artist in 2011 for which he will receive an Oscar, a Golden globe, and a BAFTA. In 2013 he was nominated for the Emmy Awards for Greg Mottola's Clear History Telefilm. Ludovic Bource was also promoted to the rank of Knight in the Order of Arts and Letters.
Jean-Sébastien Petitdemange is a journalist passionate with travel, heritage, gastronomy and meetings. He has traveled all over France and the rest of the world for the Guide du Routard for nearly 30 years. He shares his expertise and experiences on RTL and France Télévisions for many years now. He is the author of several books on the "Made in France" for example. Futhermore, he has a special attachment to Canada where he travels regularly to Montreal, the Laurentians as well as to Vancouver.
Brenock Grant O'Connor
Brenock Grant O'Connor is an English actor and singer, born on April 9, 2000 in Worthing (near to Brighton). He took his first theater lessons in Brighton. Mainly known for his role as Olly in the famous TV series HBO, Game of Thrones, he also have made appearances in other TV show such as Holby City, Dickensian, Chickens and as well in the musical Oliver !
Corine Marienneau, is a French bassist and singer. She is notably known to have been a member of the rock groups Telephone and Les Visiteurs. Corinne is also an actress, we have had the chance to see her in the film Me want you realized by Patrick Dewolf. In January 2011, she is on the screen with the film Angèle et Tony by Alix Delaporte, in which she plays the role of a mother-mother. The same year, she made the "nanny" in the first film of Kad Merad, Mr. Papa, with Vincent Pérez and Michèle Laroque. In 2011 she was honoured with the title of Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters.
English character actor recently returned to film after a prolonged absence. Previously produced theatre in London, West End and the provinces. Was responsible, in the 1980s for the development of the first commercial studio theatre in a West End venue; First Floor Theatre at the Westminster: Film work this year includes; Oliver Wilson for Joe Wright in Darkest Hour, Gary for Max Minghella in Teen Spirit, The Favourite for Yorgos Lanthimos, David Harn for Daya Dodds in When Swallows Fly Low and the Professeur des Beaux Arts for Cedric Tanguy and Nicolas Bellenchombre, Last Chance Road.
Jean-Edouard Criquioche, who has always been a passionate of cinema, is an operator of cinema since 1990. Currently operator of the cinemas in Louviers and Gaillon, his goal will be to transmit his love for cinema in Dieppe, by becoming the new operator of the Dieppe cinema. This greedy of the 7th art and especially of technology, will have as goal to make the projection unique to make discover the cinematographic works with another eye!
Godmother of festival
Creator of the role of Marie-Jane, Starmania's automaton waitress of the opera rock by Luc Plamondon and Michel Berger, whose 40th birthday will be celebrated in 2018, the Quebecois are faithful followers of the Canadian Film Festival of Dieppe.
France has honored her with the rank of Chevalier of the Legion of Honor and Commander of Agricultural Merit for exceptional services rendered to the Rural territories.