Category: News & Rumours

Older Marion Films on DVD 0

Older Marion Films on DVD

Older films starring Marion Cotillard will soon be released with English subtitles. Good news is that it seems like they will be region-free although primarily released in the US. Pretty Things, original: Les Jolies...

Breakthrough Actress of the Year 0

Breakthrough Actress of the Year

This great news just came in via Variety: The Hollywood Film Festival has tapped Marion Cotillard to receive its Hollywood Breakthrough Actress of the Year Award. Kudo will be presented at the festival’s Oct....

Cannes fait le mur 0

Cannes fait le mur

For the 7th time Cannes organized the art concept ‘Cannes fait le mur’ on the occasion of the Cannes Film Festival. To celebrate the 60th edition of the festival 17 giant portraits are hung...

Marion is in Cannes 1

Marion is in Cannes

According to today’s guest list on the official Fesitval site Marion Cotillard is present at this year’s Cannes festival today.

Marion not in Death Instinct 0

Marion not in Death Instinct

Contrary to previous reports and the IMDb listing, Marion Cotillard is not part of the cast for the huge French project about Jacques Mesrine (the 2 films ‘L’ Ennemi public n° 1′ and ‘Death...

Marion in London 0

Marion in London

After New York also London is holding the A Rendez-Vous with French Cinema event from March 29 – April 1, 2007. Opening film is again ‘La Vie en Rose’. Screenings: Thursday, March 29 (invitation...

Marion in Quebec 0

Marion in Quebec

La Vie en rose will open in wide release in Quebec (Canada) on Friday, March 16. Both original French and English subtitled versions will be distributed. Before that a premiere will be held on...

‘La Vie en Rose’ in NY 0

‘La Vie en Rose’ in NY

Unfortunately, Marion Cotillard did not win a Silver Bear for Best Actress in Berlin – even though most journalists and critics predicted it. There’s a chance to see for yourself how good Marion is...

Standing Ovations for ‘La Môme’ 0

Standing Ovations for ‘La Môme’

I’ve just read through today’s online press covering last night’s premiere of ‘La Môme’. German journalists reported that it got standing ovations. Some loved the emotional portrayal of tragic French singer Edith Piaf. Others...