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- Magazines > ELLE (France) – March 7-13, 2014
- Magazines > Studio Cine Live (France) – March 2014
“I’m super happy! This is an important prize. The name of the prize alone — Romy Schneider — she’s an icon of fashion, fragility, strength. And she’s an actress who has an incredible presence.”
Adèle Exarchopoulos, newly elected best female revelation at the Romy Schneider Prize on Monday night, will play in a film… by Sean Penn. That’s what she told RTL’s microphone: “I have a small role in Sean Penn’s film this summer. When I saw him, before he told me about his script, he said, ‘this film (Blue Is The Warmest Color) pierced all my bones, this is a human poem, I never seen that in my life, I was so impressed!… ‘”
“And it’s funny, you tell yourself ‘never in my life Sean Penn will see my face’, but, on top of that, he sees your face and, besides, he loves it. You touch him and then, straight out, he wants to work with you, so it’s a thing… it opens you doors, so I’m really happy.”
The filming will take place this summer in South Africa and the film speaks about “human encounters in refugee camps in Sudan and Liberia.”
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Adèle can’t believe this “sick opportunity”! She won’t reveal other projects, though. “And then there are a lot of other ongoing projects but I’m too suspicious to talk about them, I’ll wait until I’m absolutely certain.”
It was at the Salon Lumière of the Hôtel Scribe — a mythical place where the first projection of film to a paying audience took place in 1895 — that Adèle Exarchopoulos and Pierre Niney received the Romy Schneider and Patrick Dewaere prizes. They succeeded to Céline Sallette and Raphaël Personnaz. “This award closes a year of madness,” said the actress of Blue Is The Warmest Color by Adbellatif Kechiche. “Everything happened very fast, sometimes too fast. When I think that Cannes where it all began is in a month… I feel dizzy!” In the midst of preparing herself for the first film directed by Sara Forestier, the 20-year old actress has lost none of her cheeky humor and remains as direct: “It’s an honor obviously, but let’s not forget that Romy Schneider and Patrick Dewaere faced grim fates… I hope to last a little longer!”
Very proud, Pierre Niney raved about the actor of Série Noire by Alain Corneau: “One of the finest performances by Patrick Dewaere, a charismatic, electric, fragile and intense personality of French cinema. What a great legacy!” After his performances at the Comédie-Française of Chapeau de paille en Italie by Eugène Labiche, the interpreter of Yves Saint Laurent directed by Jalil Lespert, will shoot his first thriller this summer, L’homme de paille by Yann Gozlan, a violent film about deception.
- Events in 2014 > Romy Schneider And Patrick Dewaere Awards – April 7, 2014
- Photoshoots in 2014 > Session 009
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Yeah, we know that Public is a well known French gossip magazine, but Adèle and Sean are featured in it, so we couldn’t resist posting scans.
Don’t believe everything you read, though.
- Magazines > Public (France) – March 28-April 3, 2014
Ela Stone is a French jewellery brand.
In 2005, after spending several years in the world of finance, Alexandra decided to pursue her passion and launch the Ela Stone jewellery brand with the help of her husband. The tale of Ela Stone began during the couple’s time spent abroad.
The spirit of the brand is a subtle blend of the strong and the delicate, as revealed through contrasts of materials, colors, and volumes that are a feature of Ela Stone.
The collections are the reflection of a woman of character and convictions, a meeting between strength and poetry.
Alexandra likes to draw inspiration from antique jewellery and ancient tomes to develop depth in her creations. Far from an ardent follower of modern trends, she prefers to revive the glory of the past. The DNA of Ela Stone lies in the usage of natural stones, which “tell a story”, according to Alexandra.
Inspired by the contemporary era and the magnificence of the past, the creation of Alexandra exude a paradoxical alchemy of Vintage and Avant Garde, beyond the established codes, she makes the past live in the present.
Inspired by architecture and geometry, the designer works on the richness of the contrasts associated with her ethnic and edgy influences. They constitute the central theme of her aesthetic.
The timelessness of the Ela Stone universe aims at gathering and linking up the women of every generation.
Her philosophy follows her life’s one: the mother to daughter transmission
The jewellery, handmade in Ela Stone Studio in Paris, is a result of the French “Savoir-Faire”. They are made of noble materials, semi-precious stones, bronze, brass 24 carat Gold filled.
To get to know more about the Maison Ela Stone and Alexandra’s work and collections, please visit Ela Stone’s official website.
That was your first time there (at the Golden Globes), right?
Yeah, it was surreal. I met Adele Exarchopoulos and geeked out on her. I think it freaked her out a lot.
Adèle Exarchopoulos and Jérémie Laheurte are currently filming under the direction of Louis de Caunes, son of Antoine de Caunes. According to the actress and to Instagram photos of the two lovebirds, this new project is called Apnée and seems to take place in Paris between an apartment and a swimming pool. The short film is produced by Iconoclast.
The Talent: Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux
“We could spend a week on one scene. It was crazy,” says Léa Seydoux. “You’re vulnerable,” adds Adèle Exarchopoulos, “but you trust each other.” (…) “If I close my eyes I can describe her naked! We could do so many takes you wouldn’t be conscious of the camera or the story — just the instant and the moment and the person in front of you”.
- Magazines > Total Film (UK) – November 2013
The older sister of Léa Seydoux is making a career for herself dressing the red carpet.
March 27, 2014 8:00 AM | by Vanessa Lawrence
Photography by Hugues Laurent
Many women would balk at the idea of living in the shadow of a sibling—especially a younger one. But Camille Seydoux, who is the older sister of the French actress Léa Seydoux, is making a career out of it, working as Léa’s stylist. Early on, Camille had her own big screen ambitions, but the 31-year-old decided that life in the public eye was not for her. “I thought if I was an actress, I had to be a celebrity,” Camille says. “And I wanted to stay anonymous.” After spending much of her 20s focused on raising her two children, Camille got involved in her sister’s wardrobe three years ago, when Léa was stuck in Vancouver shooting Mission: Impossible–Ghost Protocol and had nothing to wear to the César awards. Camille—who honed her eye watching her stepmother, the model Farida Khelfa, walk in Azzedine Alaïa and Jean Paul Gaultier shows—found a slinky Elie Saab dress. After she procured a glamorous red Prada gown for Léa’s appearance at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2012, styling offers began to pour in. She was in charge of the French-Argentine actress Bérénice Bejo’s ensembles for the Cannes Film Festival in 2012; now outfits Adèle Exarchopoulos, Léa’s costar in the 2013 film Blue Is the Warmest Color; and has been doing editorial work for magazines like L’Officiel and Malibu. Léa, of course, remains her most loyal client. “Sometimes she’ll say, ‘Are you sure about this dress?’ ” says Camille, whose signature style blends nonchalant French cool with American glamour. “I say, ‘I’m your sister, trust me!’ I don’t do that with the other girls. But with Léa, I can say, ‘You need to wear it.’ ”