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 / May 7th, 2018   Gallery,Interview,Video

Clémence attended on the 20th of April a new event for National Geographic’s ‘Genius: Picasso’ Premiere where she was interviewed among her costars of the show. You can watch one full interview here.

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Appearances > 2018 > 20.04.2018 National Geographic’s and Sotheby’s Lunch for ‘Genius: Picasso’

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Photoshoots > 2018 > 002 for Tribeca Film Festival


Ana / April 26th, 2018   Gallery,Genius,Interview,Video

I’m so sorry for the lack of updates everyone, but we are here to stay and will bring you a few new posts today! Clémence wore Miu Miu to the Tribeca premiere of Genius, and we bring you brand new pictures thank you to our friend James!

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Appearances > 2018 > 20.04.2018 NY: 2018 Tribeca Film Festival – “Genius: Picasso”


Ana / December 21st, 2017   Interview

She played a witch (Fleur Delacour in the Harry Potter films) and a Queen (Isabella in The Hollow Crown) but today Clémence Poésy is seriously dressed down for Sky Atlantic crime thriller The Tunnel. Yet despite the baggy, shapeless jumper and skinny black jeans, the French actress still looks immaculate here in Dover. Given that season two had ended with her character in recovery after being injected in the eye with a pathogen, I’d half expected an eyepatch or dramatic scar.

‘Yeah, I really wanted that!’ she laughs, slinging her legs over a director’s chair. ‘I wanted her to have a patch or special glasses, or see her go through a routine every morning, but the writers were a bit worried it might be a distraction. But you can tell something’s not quite right with her. She grinds her teeth a lot and breaks a tooth in her sleep. If it seems to be under control, it probably isn’t.’

She’ is socially awkward but brilliant French copper Elise Wassermann, working alongside her earthier, pragmatic English counterpart Karl Roebuck (Stephen Dillane). While it began as an Anglo-French remake of beloved Nordic noir The Bridge, The Tunnel has since carved out its own identity. Nowhere is this clearer than in the big, contemporary issues tackled in the show. This time it’s the migrant crisis and the disappeared refugee children across Europe. But another key topic proved impossible to ignore: Brexit. For an actress who splits life with her young family (she had a son, Liam, in January) between London and Paris, the uncertainty of it matters a great deal — and she has, slightly to her surprise, fallen hard for the English capital.

‘BBC Radio 6! Pubs! Sunday papers!’ she smiles, counting the reasons on her fingers. ‘I love the variety, the cultural life, the food, the green spaces that are completely absent from Paris and the roughness of it as well, how different it can be from one side to the other. I lived in Italy and adored it but I always feel like I’m visiting. London can welcome you and make you feel at home even if you’re not from there.’ This is the final series of The Tunnel so Poésy’s future won’t feature Elise. And while she’s ready to call it quits, she’ll miss the characters and the storytelling. ‘I knew Elise was going to be an intriguing person to get to know,’ she says. ‘It’s lovely to be that frank and straightforward for six months of the year!’
Next, Poésy hankers after a comedic role, preferably in the UK. ‘Whatever Phoebe Waller-Bridge is writing!’ she laughs. ‘I have a deep love of English humour. I find that self-deprecation much gentler than French irony, which is very often about other people and seems quite mean now. In France it’s all about “me” and “how special I am”. I love the value in being humble in England.’

The Tunnel is on Sky Atlantic, Thursdays at 9pm


Ana / December 20th, 2017   Interview,Tito Il Piccolo,Video

Torino Film Festival 35


‘Tito Il Piccolo’ Scenes


Ana / November 18th, 2017   Gallery,Interview,Site

Clemence is featured on what we think is Harpers Bazaar Art 2017 issue with the following featurette and photoshoot. Please notice we have put ‘Unknown’ as the press album, for we are not sure is that is the correct issue:

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Press > 2017 > Unknown

Photoshoots > 2017 > 0007

 

And to celebrate the brand new photoshoot (finally) we have a brand new theme by GRATIX!


Ana / November 3rd, 2017   Gallery,Interview,News,Video

Clémence made a small appearance over at Chanel et Colette event in Paris. As we know, Clémence has been a muse for Karl for long time and maybe we can expect her on the future Chanel events <3

 
 

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Appearances > 2017 > November 02: Chanel et Colette
 


Ana / August 9th, 2017   Final Portrait,Interview,News

The French actor Clémence Poésy, 34, is best known for her roles in The Tunnel, In Bruges and as Fleur Delacour in the Harry Potter films. In Stanley Tucci’s film of the life of artist Alberto Giacometti she plays opposite Geoffrey Rush and Armie Hammer. She lives in Paris and east London, and earlier this year gave birth to her first child, Liam.

Your character in Final Portrait is Giacometti’s mistress and muse, Caroline. She’s full of life and colour, but is very temperamental and often skittish. How did you want to play her?
I was constantly scared of her being too much. But Stanley had his film very clear in his head, and knew that the story needed that burst of energy at some points. I was quite careful that we had just a minute to show that maybe her life was a bit more complicated and maybe not as happy as it seemed, and maybe a bit tougher. So we had that conversation about having one silent moment that I think brings that world into the film, and makes her a bit layered, I guess.

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Ana / April 25th, 2017   Gallery,Interview

Clemence is featured on Madame Figaro, March 27th issue. Now available over our gallery:

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Press > 2017 > March, 27: Madame Figaro


Ana / March 27th, 2017   Gallery,Interview,Video

Clémence made a few interviews (in french) about ‘The Ones Below‘ which has switch their title to ‘London House‘ for the french promotion:

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Captures > Interviews

 


Ana / March 24th, 2017   Demain Tout Commence,Interview

What was it that thrilled and seduced you in the script?

The relationship of this father with his daughter, built around humor and tenderness. I also liked COMME DES FRÈRES, Hugo Gélin’s previous film, which combined moments of authentic comedy with moments of great sensitivity.

How to explain Kristin’s behavior? Although the film does not need, did you need to understand why she acts as she does?

Yes, I tried to define on my part why, in my opinion, this behavior was inevitable and the ball was growing until it ends up leaving.

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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.

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.

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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