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Oct 2016
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Translation from Madame Figaro’s “Reine Marion”‘s article from their Septembre 30 issue. Scans here. Nothing can stop the phenomenal Marion Cotillard. The most celebrated French actress in the world is the passionate heroin of Mal de Pierres, the new film by director Nicole Garcia. A vibrant drama about desire, in which Marion bares body and soul before partnering up with Brad Pitt and Michael Fassbender in two “made in Hollywood”

Oct 2014
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In honour of Marion Cotillard’s birthday, portuguese magazine Maxima dedicated an article to the actress this month. While the photos are completely new to me (and stunning!), the article was featured earlier this year in Madame Figaro. You can find it under French Press on the site. I have translated it for you here. The scans are now in the gallery.

Apr 2014
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ROME – France’s Marion, diva Cotillard, shares in life the melancholic temperament with the heroines embodied on screen. The Oscar-winning Edith Piaf in “La Vie en Rose”, the girl with no legs in “Rust and Bone”, brings to theatres a new and convincing portrait of a lady (January 16). In James Gray’s epic “The Immigrant” she is a young Polish immigrant who arrives at Ellis Island and ends up a

Nov 2012
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from El Periódico (Spain) / by Marta Cervera The Oscar-winning French actress Marion Cotillard will play Joan of Arc in the Auditori on November 17 and 18 along with the OBC. She will portray the protagonist of Arthur Honegger imposing oratorio Jeanne au Bûcher (Joan of Arc at the Stake), a fascinating piece of great drama, which the actress watched her parents play when she was a child. In the

May 2011
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Originally published in L’Express Styles (France), written by Paola Genone translated by Oliver.G.Byrne EX: In Midnight in Paris you are playing the beautiful Adriana, a muse of famous painters, who takes an American writer, Gil (Owen Wilson), with a case of writers block into her mysterious universe. What aspects of the role interested you and how was the experience of shooting this film? MC: Adriana is a timeless woman. She’s