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 / June 16th, 2016   The Tunnel

USA fans, can now see Clemence Poesy on PBS starting on June 19!

It’s a perfect show for the age of Brexit: A woman is found dead at the midpoint of the Channel Tunnel, half her body in France and the other half in Britain, and detectives from both countries are called to investigate. But what begins as one murder becomes two, with the bodies bisected at the waist and positioned to form a single corpse, in “The Tunnel,” debuting Sunday, June 19, on PBS. “Look, she comes apart like the eurozone!” the butcher — nicknamed the Truth Terrorist because he claims to kill to shed light on societal woes — later taunts.

Adapted from “The Bridge,” the Scandinavian noir set on the Oresund Bridge linking Sweden and Denmark, and centered on the socially inept detective Saga Noren, “The Tunnel” hews closely to the original. Clémence Poésy portrays the French detective Elise Wasserman, standing in for Noren, as a brilliantly odd bird. Stephen Dillane is her British counterpart, Karl Roebuck, who half-jokingly wonders if her bad manners are because she’s Gallic. Above ground, the setting volleys between the white cliffs of Dover and the beach of Calais. You might have seen the story before (an adaptation on FX placed the body on the United States-Mexico border), but not played out quite like this.


Ana / June 6th, 2016   Gallery,The Tunnel

I can’t say anything else except SUCH A POWERFUL PERFORMANCE on The Tunnel S2 !! Congratulations Clemence, well done [claps]

You can now find all 8 episodes screencaps over our gallery, the final 3 episodes have been added today:

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Projects > The Tunnel > Season 2 > Episode Screencaps > Episode 6

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TV Projects > The Tunnel > Season 2 > Episode Screencaps > Episode 7

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TV Projects > The Tunnel > Season 2 > Episode Screencaps > Episode 8

 


Ana / June 6th, 2016   Gallery,Short Film

Added screencaps of the short video Clemence Poesy was part of in 2015: Metamorphoses! You can watch the full video here.

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Movie Projects > Metamorphoses > Screencaps


Ana / May 31st, 2016   Gallery,The Ones Below

That’s right, ‘The Ones Below’ is out now on iTunes, Amazon and Cinema. Be sure to check it out and see the new stills:

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Movie Projects > The Ones Below > Production Stills


Ana / May 30th, 2016   Gallery,Interview

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Photoshoots > 2014 > 0009 for Locarno Film Festival
What does your taste in home decor say about your personality? That question may be fodder for a BuzzFeed quiz, but in The Ones Below, a smart new psychological thriller starring Clémence Poésy, it has potentially chilling implications.

The stylish indie film (in theaters today) focuses on two young married couples sharing a two-story London house: Upstairs, Kate (Poésy) and Justin (Stephen Campbell Moore) are a creative couple expecting their first child. Their flat brims with interesting knickknacks, books, and art. Downstairs, Theresa (Laura Birn) and Jon (David Morrissey) are also expecting a baby. Their space is a minimalist’s dream: pristine and modern—or is it cold and foreboding? (You’ll have to watch the movie to find out.)

“Stephen and I were constantly discussing which bit of furniture would look best in our flats,” admits Poésy. “I could have moved into that place right away—with different neighbors, though.” Throughout the shoot, the actress was aware of just how much Francesca Di Mottola’s impeccable production design set the scene. “It gave me a very precise idea of the kind of person Kate is,” says Poésy. “She’s a watcher; she’ll stay in the corner of the room observing everyone.” In real life, Poésy is a little more relaxed. Read on for a peek at a few of her favorite things.

What are your favorite pieces in your home? There are a few, and they’re all presents—drawings or photographs my friends have made that are now on my walls.

If you could own any work of art, what would it be? A painting by Anselm Kiefer, a sculpture by Giacometti, and one of Tracey Emin’s neons. They speak to my heart in a very particular way.

What’s on your bedside table? Abandoned sparkling-water bottles, George Saunders’s Thoughts on Kindness, my alarm clock, and room spray with neroli or lavender essential oils.

What song has been playing most often in your home of late? Nina Simone’s “Mister Bojangles.” Filling a house with her voice is such a wonderful thing.

What is the best-designed set you’ve ever worked on? Harry Potter’s was pretty spectacular. I always find the details on every set incredibly moving. I was very surprised at how sophisticated and amazingly stylish and thoughtful everything was for The Ones Below. Our production designer Francesca Di Mottola told the story visually—she did such an wonderful job!

What is the best movie prop you’ve gotten to take home—or wish you could have? I wish I could have taken my wand from Harry Potter with me. I think I could have scared off a few people with it.


Ana / May 30th, 2016   Gallery

Last day of Cannes had the presence of Clemence Poesy wearing Chanel!

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Appearances > 2016 > May 22, 2016 – The 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival


Ana / May 27th, 2016   The Ones Below

US fans can now see ‘The Ones Below‘ on Cinema, Amazon and iTunes!


Ana / May 27th, 2016   Gallery

Added some new photoshoots to the gallery!! Enjoy 🙂

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Photoshoots > 2016 > 0004 for ES Magazine

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Photoshoots > 2014 > 0015 for Telerama

Photoshoots > 2013 > 0011

 


Ana / May 27th, 2016   Gallery,Interview

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Showing up to WWD’s offices in flat sandals, a slouchy tweed jacket and striped button-down, her hair thrown into a topknot and sans makeup, Clémence Poésy is embodiment of chic French insouciance. It would be easy to hate her for exuding effortless cool so expertly, but it’s her lack of pretension that makes her likable. When she opens hermouth to speak about her latest film to hit American theaters this Friday, the British art house project “The Ones Below,” her accent is a mix of French and British, evidence of her lives in both cities.

“I’m French, but I’m not sure where I base myself really. I guess both Paris and London,” she says. She’s in Los Angeles for the week to see old friends and do a bit of promotion for the film, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.

 

“There’s not one drop of blood,” she says of the psychological thriller, about two pregnant couples living on different floors in the same building. “I thought it was a really interesting take on a moment in your life of having a new life to be responsible for and I found the way David [Farr, screenwriter and director] wrote the script incredibly smart and playful. The two women characters become close friends even if they are incredibly different, and then something goes wrong. The house they live in becomes almost a character,” she alludes.02~8.jpg

Poésy, 33, actually likes to keep people guessing. It’s hard to pinpoint her acting style, since she’s appeared in French, English, Italian and American productions as varied as “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Parts 1 and 2,” “In Bruges” and “Gossip Girl.”

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Ana / May 19th, 2016   Gallery,Interview

Clémence was on Elle Uk March issue! Enjoy:

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Press > 2016 > March, Elle UK


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