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Clémence is featured on Madame Figaro new issue (August 29th):

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Press > 2016 > August, Madame Figaro

Photoshoots > 2016 > 0012 for Madame Figaro


Posted on Aug 31, 2016  •  Comments Off on Madame Figaro issue  •  Filed under Gallery

Added new photos to Clémence’s project: ‘Demain Tout Commence’ and ‘G.H.B’:

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Movie Projects > Demain Tout Commence > Production Stills

Movie Projects > GHB > On Set

Posted on Aug 28, 2016  •  Comments Off on ‘Demain Tout Commence’ and ‘G.H.B.’  •  Filed under Gallery

David Farr’s intense thriller The Ones Below (review), which stars David Morrissey (“The Walking Dead”), hit VOD outlets back in May of this year, and it’s headed home next month courtesy of Magnet Releasing. We’re serving up full release details today, so read on for special features.

Bonus Features:

  • Going Below The Story
  • Behind the Cast & Characters
  • Creating a Cinematic Moment: Under The Bridge
  • Car Stunt: Breaking Down An Action Sequence
  • Theatrical Trailer
Posted on Aug 17, 2016  •  Comments Off on The Ones Below Home Video Release  •  Filed under News, The Ones Below

Added a few more photos over to the gallery! Including the two first official pictures from ‘7 Minuti’ and ‘Tito Il Piccolo‘:

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Appearances > 2016 > June 30, 2016 – SoFilm Summer Camp

Movie Projects > 7 Minuti > Production Stills

Movie Projects > Tito Il Piccolo > Production Stills

Posted on Aug 01, 2016  •  Comments Off on First production stills from ‘7 Minuti’ and ‘Tito Il Piccolo’  •  Filed under 7 Minutes, Gallery, Tito Il Piccolo

Hello everyone! We know Clémence has been having many news lately, so used it as a excuse to make a new theme 🙂 Thank you to Margos for everything as always <3

Posted on Jul 26, 2016  •  Comments Off on Clemence Poesy Fan 2.0  •  Filed under Uncategorized

‘The Tunnel’ comes to DVD and BluRay on August 9

THE TUNNEL” will be available on DVD and Blu-ray August 9, 2016. The run time of this program is approximately 450 minutes on 3 discs. The DVD SRP is $49.99 and the Blu-ray SRP is $59.99. The DVD and Blu-ray also includes 20 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage, cast interviews, and more. The program will also be available for digital download.



Posted on Jul 18, 2016  •  Comments Off on PBS’ ‘The Tunnel’ Sees Light on August 9  •  Filed under News, The Tunnel

Our girl Clemence was at Vogue Paris Foundation Gala Dinner on July 5th, she was just a guest so not many photos are available, but see the few we’ve got! Thank you to James for his donation to help obtain this pictures. Clémence wore a shirt by Chloe.

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Appearances > 2016 > July 05, 2016 – Vogue Paris Foundation Gala Dinner

Posted on Jul 07, 2016  •  Comments Off on Vogue Paris Foundation Gala Dinner  •  Filed under Gallery

Lovely Clémence will be attending SoFilm Summer Camp in Nantes. Not sure which day she will appear but here is the full list of days and prices:

from June 29 to July 3

Price: 40€

Posted on Jun 20, 2016  •  Comments Off on Clémence to attend SoFilm Summer Camp  •  Filed under News

Clémence is among the guests list of The 21st Edition of Festival de la Correspondance Grignan, from July 5th to July 10th. She will be making a reading on July 9th with Jacques Bonnaféon ‘Paul Celan, le temps du cœur, Lettres aux aimées’.

Price: 19€

Time: 19h00m

Location: Grignon, France

Posted on Jun 16, 2016  •  Comments Off on Clemence Poesy to attend Festival de la Correspondance Grignan  •  Filed under News

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.

Posted on Jun 16, 2016  •  Comments Off on ‘The Tunnel,’ on PBS, Is Britain’s Answer to ‘The Bridge’  •  Filed under The Tunnel