Welcome to Clémence Poésy Fan! This is your best source for French actress Clémence Poésy. Clémence is mostly known for her role as Fleur Delacour in the Harry Potter movies, but you may also recognize her from Gossip Girl, or 2004 BBC adaptation of Gunpowder, Treason and Plot. More recently you can see Clémence as Elise on Sky's The Tunnel or the french movie Demain Tout Commence, but expect her on many more new projects including Genius on National Geographic. Be sure to follow our site and twitter for more updates!
Ana / April 27th, 2016   Gallery,The Tunnel

Hey guys! Today we look back to ‘War and Peace’ and most recent, ‘The Tunnel’ which Season 2 is now on Sky Atlantic.

You may remember seeing Clémence Poésy as Natasha on BBC’s ‘War and Peace’, after her role in this mini-series many other mini-series have been produced.

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The Tunnel stars Elise and Karl, played by Clemence Poesy and Stephen Dillane.The Tunnel S1 premiered last year and this year we can now see S2 ‘The Tunnel: Sabotage’. Clemence’s character Elise Wasserman has Asperger’s syndrome and it’s the first time Clemence plays someone with a disease.

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TV Projects > The Tunnel > Season 1

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Ana / April 12th, 2016   Gallery,Interview,The Tunnel,Video

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TV Projects > The Tunnel > Season 2 > Random Screencaps > Extra: Rediscovering Karl & Elise


Ana / April 12th, 2016   Interview,The Tunnel

After a successful first run, The Tunnel is back with an original story for the second series. The show’s stars, and writer Ben Richards, tell Keeley Bolger about the new plots, social awkwardness and how a Brexit might affect the future of co-productions

Ben Richards is exasperated at the criticism levelled at his drama The Tunnel, which is a remake of Swedish show The Bridge.

“I was sent season one of The Bridge by a producer, who said, ‘This is an amazing Scandinavian show, no one’s going to watch it, let’s do a remake of it’,” explains the TV writer, also known for his work on Spooks.

“This is why I get p***ed off when people go, ‘Why did they do a remake of a hugely successful Scandinavian import?’ Well, it wasn’t a hugely successful Scandinavian import at the time.

“Pretty much like with Homeland and the Israeli show [it was based on]. Nobody had heard of it before they did the remake.”

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Ana / April 5th, 2016   Interview,The Tunnel

 

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Actress Clémence Poésy is the epitome of everything we Brits think of as French: classically, effortlessly chic and with that impossible-to-replicate aura of ‘cool’ about her. She’s a familiar and much-loved face in Britain, after her international breakthrough role in a little-known franchise called Harry Potter. She played Fleur Delacour, initially one of Harry’s competitors in an inter-school magic tournament and his later kick-ass sister-in-law.

As well as Potter, Poésy has starred alongside Colin Farrell and Potter co-star Brendan Gleeson as the Belgian criminal Chloë Villette in acclaimed 2008 dark comedy In Bruges. She also portrayed Rana, the lover of adventurer Aron Ralston (played by James Franco) in the six-time Oscar nominated 127 Hours in 2010.

Her part in Sky Atlantic’s 2013 hit The Tunnel (an Anglo-French remake of The Bridge) saw her heralded by critics for her performance as Elise Wasserman, the no-nonsense, eccentric partner to Stephen Dillane’s everyman Karl Roebuck. We sat down with Poésy at a recent press day in London to discuss the new series of The Tunnel over breakfast.

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Ana / April 4th, 2016   Gallery,The Tunnel

To celebrate the opening I’ve added screencaps from The Tunnel Season 2: Episode 1!

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THE TUNNEL: VENGEANCE
As: Elise Wassermann
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Set primarily in Folkestone and Calais where detectives Karl Roebuck and Elise Wassermann are called to investigate the death of a French politician. When a shocking discovery is made at the crime scene, the pair is forced into an uneasy partnership as they seek out a politically-motivated serial killer who draws them into his own personal agenda.

GENIUS
As: Francoise Gilot
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The life stories of history's greatest minds. From their days as young adults to their final years we see their discoveries, loves, relationships, causes, flaws and genius.

7 MINUTES
As: Caroline
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The owners of an Italian textile factory sell the majority of the property to a multinational company. No layoffs are planned, but there's a special clause in the agreement that the new owner wants the council to sign. Eleven women representing the whole factory will have to decide whether to accept the company's request or not. The debate turns on, and the stories of the women, made of hopes and memories, will emerge before the final vote.

FINAL PORTRAIT
As: Caroline
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The story of Swiss painter and sculptor Alberto Giacometti.

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