On June 11, Marion Cotillard attended the launch of the ‘Ice and Sky’ Climate Educational Program. The program, created by Luc Jaquet, offers videos shot in various regions of the world, animated films, storyboard diagrams and interviews with leading researchers that will be used as teaching material. Luc Jaquet, who directed the world wild acclaimed documentary March of the Penguins, directed the Cannes closing night film Ice and the Sky, which the program is based on.
Marion Cotillard has spent the past two days in Manila, in the Philippines accompanying French President François Hollande in a visit to the country to support actions against climate change. Marion has since long been an activist for climate change and has worked with Greenpeace for a few years now. She joined the efforts of Greenpeace in Philippines and spoke in support of better measures against climate change and for
She’s topped the list of France’s highest-paid actors – but in her new film, Two Days, One Night, Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard plays a factory worker who is forced to beg her colleagues to save her job under the threat of redundancy. The movie, directed by Belgian brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, tells the contemporary story of Sandra, who has had a long-term absence from work due to depression. Her employers
Une fois de plus, elle sera un des frissons sensationnels de Cannes. Dans le nouveau film des frères Dardenne, l’actrice et égérie Dior est exceptionnelle en jeune femme se battant pour sauver sa peau au travail. Événement festivalier assuré et, ici, confessions intimes sans faux-fuyants. Un vendredi, Sandra (Marion Cotillard) est licenciée d’une petite entreprise produisant des panneaux solaires. Le patron annonce aux ouvriers que, en contrepartie du départ de
Marion Cotillard signed Greenpeace’s Tiger Manifesto. Find out more and read a quote from her.