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Le Débarquement

On Friday 18 January, Marion will be taking part in ‘Le Débarquement’, which will air live on Canal+ at 8:50pm. A bit about ‘Le Débarquement': The idea came about when Jean Dujardin, Gilles Lellouche...

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BAFTA Nomination!

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has just announced their nominees. Marion Cotillard & ‘Rust and Bone‘ as well as ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ got nominated. Congratulations!! FILM NOT IN THE...

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Australian Award Nomination

And some international flair has come to the awards game: The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) today announced the nominees in the five AACTA International Award categories, recognising international achievements in...

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‘Rust and Bone’ brings Marion Cotillard face to face with orcas

An interview with Marion Cotillard, who worked alongside whales to film the upcoming movie “Rust and Bone.” “Usually when I read a script and I fall in love with a character, most of the time I know who the person is, right away,” said Marion Cotillard, in Toronto last fall with her new film “Rust and Bone” (opening Friday). “In this case, it was really different. I found it very exciting to take a journey that would lead me to eventually know who she was.”

There’s no rust on Cotillard 0

There’s no rust on Cotillard

The French actress — who already has an Oscar (as well as a Golden Globe, a BAFTA and a Cesar) for her performance a few years ago as Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose — now stars in Rust and Bone, a drama that may net her another Oscar nod. As awards season begins, she’s already been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and for a Golden Globe for her performance, and Rust and Bone is also nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film.

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‘Rust and Bone’ masterfully depicts tragedy, love

Marion Cotillard won the best actress Academy Award in 2007 for her performance as the iconic chanteuse Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose. It’s highly likely that Cotillard, who has managed to work both sides of the Atlantic – in her native France and in Hollywood – will be nominated again in January, for her work in an altogether different sort of French film, Jacques Audiard’s Rust and Bone.