Céline Sciamma
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"I think the fact that it's a small film is really immodest in a way. Because, it really wants a strong impact," the filmmaker told IndieWire.
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Exclusive: Audiard teams with screenwriters Céline Sciamma and Léa Mysius for a sex-filled adaptation of Adrian Tomine's graphic novels.
A tender portrait of a golden youthful summer spent exploring gender, "Tomboy" is the perfect balm to the recent attacks on trans kids.
Jacques Audiard spins three Adrian Tomine graphic novels into a dreamy quilt of stories about love and sex, and sex, and sex.
The filmmaker explains to IndieWire her decision to rush into writing and directing a celebrated new feature after the success of "Portrait of a Lady on Fire."
Céline Sciamma's "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" follow-up is only 72 minutes long, but it feels infinite.
Céline Sciamma's distinctly female stories are still rare for Cannes, but her success at the elite festival proves that such films and creators don't need to be outliers anymore.
Céline Sciamma says "90% of what we look at is the male gaze," which makes a blockbuster like "Wonder Woman" a rare gift.
Behind the scene of how Claire Mathon and Céline Sciamma created something truly new in their exploration of the past.
Céline Sciamma breaks down adapting lyrics from Nietzsche, evoking witches and power of sorority, and the creation of the incredible scene.
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