Clemence Poesy Fan
mobile version

0000.jpg 0001.jpg 0003.jpg 0002.jpg

Photoshoots > 2017 > 0006

Posted on Oct 11, 2017  •  Comments Off on Dinard Film Festival Photoshoot  •  Filed under Gallery

0_0690.jpg 0_0864.jpg 0_1858.jpg 0_2074.jpg

Movie Projects > (2012) The Capsule > Screencaps

Posted on Oct 09, 2017  •  Comments Off on (2012) The Capsule  •  Filed under Gallery, Short Film, Video

002.jpg 003.jpg 004.jpg

Movie Projects > (2016) Tito Il Piccolo > Production Stills

Posted on Sep 25, 2017  •  Comments Off on (2016) Tito Il Piccolo > Production Stills  •  Filed under Gallery, Tito Il Piccolo

0001.jpg 010.jpg 013.jpg 007.jpg

Photoshoots > 2017 > 0004

Photoshoots > 2016 > 0013 for Violet Magazine

Photoshoots > 2016 > 0010 for Telegraph UK

Posted on Sep 12, 2017  •  Comments Off on A brand new photoshoot and outtakes  •  Filed under Gallery

Do not expect light at the end of . Starring and Stephen Dillane, a third and final series is coming soon.

001.jpg 002.jpg 003.jpg

TV Projects > The Tunnel > Season 3 > Trailer #1

 

 

 

Posted on Aug 22, 2017  •  Comments Off on The Tunnel – Season 3 – Coming Soon  •  Filed under Gallery, News, The Tunnel, Video

‘The Final Portrait’ opens today ! See your selected theaters close to you for the screening 🙂

Posted on Aug 18, 2017  •  Comments Off on ‘The Final Portrait’ Opens today  •  Filed under Final Portrait, News

 

 0004.jpg 0015.jpg 0028.jpg 0052.jpg

Captures > Grizzly Bear – Mourning Sound

Posted on Aug 14, 2017  •  Comments Off on Music Video: Grizzly Bear – Mourning Sound  •  Filed under Gallery, Video

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.

Continue Reading

Posted on Aug 09, 2017  •  Comments Off on The Telegraph interviews Clémence Poésy: ‘Can Macron make it work?’  •  Filed under Final Portrait, Interview, News