Annie Girardot

Annie Girardot (Paris, 1931) starts her professional acting career with the celebrated theatre troupe La Comédie Française. In 1955 she makes her film debut in André Hunnebelle’s Treize à Table. After her awarded performance in Léo Joannon’s L’homme aux clés d’or (1956), she starts to concentrate on film alone. Annie Girardot’s natural charisma and cheerfulness… Continue reading Annie Girardot

Myriam Mézières

Talented French actress Myriam Mézières has worked with a lot of big names like Jean-Pierre Mocky (Un linceul n’a pas de poches, 1975), Claude Lelouch (A nous deux, 1979) and Andrzej Zulawski (Mes nuits sont plus belles que vos jours, 1988). In 1989 she plays Ms. Claessens, the free-spirited French teacher in Robbe De Hert’s… Continue reading Myriam Mézières

Michael Pas

Since his debut in 1986 in Dominique Deruddere’s Crazy Love, Michael Pas has become one of the most popular Belgian actors. He built a solid repuation with performances in Blueberry Hill (Robbe de Hert, 1988), Eline Vere (Harry Kümel, 1990), Boys (Jan Verheyen, 1991) and Daens (Stijn Coninx, 1991). In the nineties, he went international.… Continue reading Michael Pas

Claudio Simonetti

Without Claudio Simonetti’s music, the movies of Dario Argento would be a lot less frightening, not a small compliment if you consider the attention that the Italian master of Giallo devotes to the soundband of his films. By composing the musical score for Argento’s Profondo Rosso, Claudio Simonetti enters the realm of fantasy, never to… Continue reading Claudio Simonetti

James B. Harris

As the producer of The Killing (1956), Paths of Glory (1957) and Lolita (1962), James B. Harris played a fundamental part in launching the career of one of the greatest filmmakers of this century : Stanley Kubrick. But he also managed to build up a career for himself as a writer, producer and director. In… Continue reading James B. Harris

Harry Cleven

After having studied Drama at the Conservatory in Liège, Harry Cleven leaves for Paris where he plays his first movie parts. And not with just anyone. We’ll see him in Rue Barbare by Gilles Béhat, L’Amour Braque by Zulawski or L’Oeuvre au Noir by Paul Delvaux. In 1989 his directing career takes off, in which… Continue reading Harry Cleven