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May 2016
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Marion Cotillard will once again be on stage next summer incarnating French heroin Jeanne d’Arc in Jeanne D’Arc au Bûcher. This time, the oratorio will be shown in the German city of Frankfurt. You can check here for more information on the performances and on how to get tickets. Don’t miss it if you can help it. I went last year to one of the Paris performances and it is absolutely stunning! Thank

11
Mar 2015
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On the 4th and 5th of March, and after two performances earlier in both Monaco and Toulouse, Marion took to the stage in Paris, to give life to Joan of Arc, in an oratorio she had performed twice before in 2005 and 2012, Jeanne d’Arc Au Bûcher by Honegger. The performance was slightly different than those of the previous years. The oratorio was staged like a play instead of having the actors

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Feb 2015
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I just found out that Marion’s performance in Barcelona of  Jeanne au Bûcher (Joan at the Stake) is going to be released on DVD on March 10. Although the video was released at the time, this is a great opportunity to watch and rewatch Marion’s outstanding performance as Joan of Arc. Pre order the DVD on Amazon France. Marion has several performances scheduled as Joan of Arc this year. She performed in

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Feb 2015
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Pour Deux Jours, une nuit, des frères Dardenne, elle est nommée à la fois aux césar et aux oscars. Photographiée par Alex Prager dans une évocation de Jeanne d’Arc, qu’elle va interpréter le mois prochain à la Philharmonie de Paris, l’actrice française la plus célébrée au monde relève tous les défis. Égérie magnétique pour Dior, star conquérante et mère de famille, elle nous reçoit chez elle, à Paris.

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May 2014
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It is the voice — lilting, lightly French-accented — that one notices first, even before fully registering the famous face. You notice it because, in the movies, Marion Cotillard so rarely sounds like herself, whether affecting Edith Piaf’s nasal warble in her Oscar-winning performance in “La Vie en Rose,” the Polish dialect of the 1920s Ellis Island emigre in director James Gray’s “The Immigrant,” or her Belgian regional accent as