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We’re finally getting news about Clémence’s project ‘Final Portrait’! The World Premiere will be at Berlin Festival which runs from February 9-19.

The final films to compete for this year’s Gold and Silver Bears during the Feb. 9-19 fest are now set.

The Berlin International Film Festival on Friday finalized its competition lineup of films that will compete for this year’s Gold and Silver Bears.

The competition title added is Hao ji le (Have a Nice Day) by Liu Jian (Piercing I). Out-of-competition slots went to the world premieres of Final Portrait, directed by Stanley Tucci and starring Geoffrey Rush, Armie Hammer, Clemence Poesy, Tony Shalhoub, James Faulkner and Sylvie Testud; and Sage femme (Midwife), helmed by Martin Provost (Violette) and starring Catherine Frot, Catherine Deneuve and Olivier Gourmet.

Previously announced competition titles include: The Dinner from U.S. director Oren Moverman (The Messenger) and starring Richard Gere, Rebecca Hall, Laura Linney and Steve Coogan; and The Party, the latest star-studded effort from U.K. director Sally Potter (Orlando), which will have their world premieres in Berlin. Also competing will be The Other Side of Hope, from acclaimed Finnish director Aki Kaurismaki (Le Havre), which will have its international premiere in Berlin, and Spoor from Oscar-nominated Polish helmer Agnieszka Holland (In Darkness).

Also in the running for Berlin’s Gold and Silver Bears will be On Body and Soul, from Hungarian director Ildiko Enyedi; Ana mon amour from Romanian helmer Calin Pater Netzer, winner of the Berlin Golden Bear in 2013 for Child’s Pose; and Beuys, a documentary on controversial German artist Joseph Beuys by acclaimed nonfiction filmmaker Andres Veiel (Black Box Germany). Colo, from Portugese director Teresa Villaverde, French helmer Alain Gomis’ Felicite and Una Mujer Fantastica from Chilean filmmaker Sebastian Lelio also previously made the Berlin competition cut.

The festival also completed its Berlinale Special program on Friday, adding Aisling Walsh’s Maudie, with Sally Hawkins, Ethan Hawke, Kari Matchett and Zachary Bennett; The Lost City of Z from James Gray (We Own the Night) with Charlie Hunnam, Sienna Miller, Robert Pattinson and Tom Holland; the bomb, co-directed by Kevin Ford, Smriti Keshari and Eric Schlosser; documentary La libertad del diablo (Devil’s Freedom) by Everardo Gonzalez; Nema-ye nazdik (Close Up) from Abbas Kiarostami; and doc The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov by Askold Kurov.

Berlin previously unveiled four films that will get special out-of-competition gala screenings. They are Fernando Trueba’s period comedy The Queen of Spain, the sequel to 1988’s The Girl of Your Dreams, starring Penelope Cruz and Mandy Patinkin; Raoul Peck’s biopic The Young Karl Marx, featuring German star August Diehl as the founder of communism; Last Days in Havana from director Fernando Perez; and a newly restored version of Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day, a 1972 German TV series written and directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder.

The festival is set to run Feb. 9-19.

Posted on Jan 24, 2017  •  Comments Off on Berlin Festival Rounds Out Lineup With Stanley Tucci, Catherine Deneuve Titles  •  Filed under Final Portrait, News

Beautiful as always Clém attended a event in Paris, absolutely love what she’s done to her hair!

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Appearances > 2017 > January 16: Cesar – Revelations 2017′ Photocall And Cocktail Dinner

Posted on Jan 18, 2017  •  Comments Off on Revelations 2017 ‘Photocall And Cocktail Dinner’  •  Filed under Gallery

Chloé has revealed a new facet of its “Love Story” women’s fragrance, created in 2014. More feminine and sensual than ever, the “Love Story Eau Sensuelle” Eau de Parfum is due out in February from Chloé stockists.

A new love story is unfolding for the Chloé woman, revealing her power of seduction and romanticism with “Love Story Eau Sensuelle.” This latest women’s scent brings a new interpretation of orange blossom, the signature ingredient of the “Love Story” collection.

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Photoshoots > 2017 > 0001 for Chloe (Eau Sensuelle)

A sensual scent

Developed by perfumers Anne Flipo, who created the two first “Love Story” fragrances, and Domitille Bertier, who notably crafted Viktor & Rolf’s “Flowerbomb,” this new scent brings out the sensual side of orange blossom.

“Love Story Eau Sensuelle” (US$105) pairs the signature ingredient of the “Love Story” collection with sunny notes of heliotrope. This is lifted by a velvety and slightly milky sandalwood accord.

The romance of a Paris sunset

“Love Story” bottle designs are inspired by padlocks. These symbols of love and commitment were attached in their thousands to the French capital’s Pont des Arts bridge, bearing witness to all kinds of love stories. The lovelock-inspired metal and glass bottle offers a glimpse of the pink blush and coral undertone of the “Love Story Eau Sensuelle” fragrance, evoking the Parisian sunset.

Clémence Poésy, the face of the “Love Story” collection since its creation, returns to front “Eau Sensuelle” in a campaign shot on the banks of the River Seine by Inez & Vinoodh. The French actress is as natural as ever, revealing an unwittingly seductive side against the backdrop of a Paris sunset.

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Posted on Jan 12, 2017  •  Comments Off on The Chloé ‘Love Story’ continues with ‘Eau Sensuelle’  •  Filed under Chloe, Gallery

Added a HQ version of the already existing picture over the gallery for Madame Figaro

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Photoshoots > 2016 > 0012 for Madame Figaro

Posted on Dec 30, 2016  •  Comments Off on Madame Figaro HQ version  •  Filed under Gallery

Added brand new pictures from ‘Violet Magazine’ to the gallery as well as bigger sizes for some that were already added! Clémence looked beautiful in this photoshoot which was made while she was pregnant! Enjoy:

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Photoshoots > 2016 > 0013 for Violet Magazine

Posted on Dec 26, 2016  •  Comments Off on ‘Violet Magazine’ new outtakes  •  Filed under Gallery

We would like to wish all Clemence Poesy fans a Merry Christmas/ Happy Holidays!

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Posted on Dec 24, 2016  •  Comments Off on Happy Holidays from Clemence Poesy Fan  •  Filed under Site

Taking place in Kings Place, London, N1 9, United Kingdom, March 13, 2017 at 7:30 PM – 10 PM, Clémence will join comedian Deborah Frances-White and Sara Pascoe on stage:


Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and a guest host for her comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience.

Each episode Deborah and her guests discuss topics ‘all 21st century feminists agree on’ while confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie their lofty principles. The podcast has been a huge success with over 2,000,000 downloads in its first year.

Follow the Facebook event here.

Posted on Dec 16, 2016  •  Comments Off on The Guilty Feminist – with Sara Pascoe and Clémence Poésy  •  Filed under Interview, News

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Movie Projects > (2016) Demain Tout Commence > Production Stills

Posted on Dec 15, 2016  •  Comments Off on New ‘Demain Tout Commence’ Production Still  •  Filed under Demain Tout Commence, Gallery

A good reason to get up every morning?
Those I love. And what I love. Not to mention the smell of coffee in the kitchen.

What makes you angry?
The results of the American presidential election and the British referendum on Europe.

What makes you afraid?
That and the next presidential election in France.

Your cure for depression?
The London parks, the ‘banana matcha’ cake served in the cafe downstairs, an hour of yoga, peanut butter, drawings by British illustrator Quentin Blake, a dinner with my loved ones. But also a bookstore, go see the sea, dance late at night, spend too much time in a Photomaton.

A gesture of love?
Small words or large declarations slipped under the pillow.

What would you like to change in you?
My indecision.

If you were to do another trade, would that be?
I would have loved being a photographer or knowing how to light a movie.

What is on your bedside table?
Several books: The Argonauts, from the American Maggie Nelson; M Train, singer Patti Smith; And The first time I was born, by Vincent Cuvellier, a book for the little ones. But also the balm of the tiger, a radio and too much Half-drunk water bottles.

The music that makes you vibrate?
The last album, magical, of the Canadian singer Leonard Cohen, appeared a few days before his death (Editor’s note: November 7th).

Your currency ?
“I know only one duty and that is to love!. Thank you, Albert Camus.

Your favorite word?
“Crumbs”. But it is also a way to swear a little childish and completely charming.

Your everyday hero?
My mother.

What is left in you of the child that you were?
Almost all. Finally, I hope…

If you had a magic wand, what dream would you realize?
I would create a benevolent world.

You have a five-minute appointment with Pope Francis. What topic are you talking about?
Five minutes, only? I would have a thousand questions to ask him, but I would start by mentioning St. Francis of Assisi whose history touches me particularly and whose name he chose to take.

For you, Jesus is …
An exciting historical figure.

“Praying” rhymes with …
To accompany.

Posted on Dec 15, 2016  •  Comments Off on Pelerin: “I would have a thousand questions for Pope Francis”  •  Filed under Interview