1. Aurore de Nils Tavernier

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    Aurore du réalisateur français Nils Tavernier Bande Annonce du long métrage sortie le 22 Mars 2006, avec Margaux Chatelier, Carole Bouquet, François Berléand et Nicolas Le Riche Production La Cinéfacture http://www.nilstavernier.com

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    • Aurore de Nils Tavernier

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      Aurore de Nils Tavernier Bande Annonce Long métrage (2006) Sortie le 22 Mars 2006, avec Margaux Chatelier, Carole Bouquet, François Berléand, Nicolas Le Riche Production La Cinéfacture http://www.nilstavernier.com

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      • Bertrand Blier ~ Buffet froid [extrait]

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        Avec Gérard Depardieu, Bernard Blier, Jean Carmet, Michel Serrault, Carole Bouquet (1979)

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        • Bérénice : Georges et Lambert Wilson au théâtre des Bouffes du Nord

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          Réalisation d'un documentaire de 26 minutes d'Hervé Pons et Alexis deFavitski Nous suivons le travail de Lambert Wilson qui met en scène son père, Georges Wilson, et Carole Bouquet dans la pièce Bérénice au Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord. Production : les gens bien productions Réalisation : Hervé Pons et Alexis deFavitski Diffusion : France 2 Format : HD

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          • Cannes 2011 - Carole Bouquet

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            Pour plus d'infos: http://www.telerama.fr/cinema/carole-bouquet-l-italienne,69052.php

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            • Cannes Film Festival 2014 Closing Ceremony - Arrival Part 3of3

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              Closing Ceremony and A Fistful of Dollars screening red carpet arrival at Grand Theatre Lumiere during the 67th Cannes Film Festival on 24 May 2014. VIPs in attendance Jane Campion Sofia Copolla Nicolas Winding Refn William Dafoe Carole Bouquet Jia Zhangke Leila Hatami Gael Garcia Bernal Jeon Do-Yeon Quentin Tarantino Uma Thurman Michael Madsen Franco Nero Zhao Tao Thierry Fremaux, Artistic Director - Cannes Film Festival

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              • Cannes Film Festival 2014 Closing Ceremony - Arrival Part 2of3

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                Closing Ceremony and A Fistful of Dollars screening red carpet arrival at Grand Theatre Lumiere during the 67th Cannes Film Festival on 24 May 2014. VIPs in attendance Sophia Loren Edoardo Ponti Xavier Dolan Anne Dorval Suzanne Clement Antoine-Olivier Pilon Bennett Miller Natacha Polony Nicole Garcia Richard Anconina Adrien Brody Lara Lieto Michael Madsen Franco Nero Jane Campion Sofia Copolla Nicolas Winding Refn William Dafoe Carole Bouquet Jia Zhangke Leila Hatami Gael Garcia Bernal Jeon Do-Yeon

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                • Carole Bouquet gives advice for overcoming stage fright in front of a camera

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                  Meet Carole Bouquet, who came to present the film, "Impardonnables," directed by André Téchiné, at the Cannes Film Festival last May, 2011. She has given us advice for overcoming stage fright in front of the camera. We were on the terrace of the UGC building, overlooking the Croisette, a prominent road in Cannes, enjoying magnificent views of Paul Allen's turquoise blue yacht and the saffron robes of the Tibetan monks parading in file down the Croisette.

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                  • Carole Bouquet Sangue d'Oro

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                    • Don Henley - Drivin' With Your Eyes Closed

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                      A brilliant song by Don Henley (of the Eagles) with a very sensual, earthy beat. The title is a metaphor for anticipating certain destruction going the way you’re going, at whatever extreme level; be it personal indulgence, political, cultural or social. Or simply about missing the obvious or the simplest solution in any situation or problem. The lyrics are set in France with references to art and the influential poets Rimbaud and Baudelaire (and the latter’s poems); with symbolism and imagery to sum up the joie-de-vivre, sang froid and even the occasional gaucheness found there. This video shows the variety and colourfulness of French life .. from the fast cars, clubs and ridiculous wealth of the Côte d’Azur, counter posed with the grittiness and melting-pot of provincial northern-mid France, with its wide range of socio-political causes; images of the wonderful French culture and sublime art; the heady romance of fashionable Paris; etc. I have added in some topical themes which arouse much passion too. From hedonism and existentialism, to phenomenology and abstract structuralism … the French seem to combine all these facets intriguingly.. and well. Do turn your volume and bass up for this one, it rocks! I’ve copied below the two poems that are named in the lyrics, for interest only: THE DEATH OF LOVERS ('LA MORT DES AMANTS' TRANSLATED) We shall have beds full of subtle perfumes, Divans as deep as graves, and on the shelves Will be strange flowers that blossomed for us Under more beautiful heavens. Lavishing our final amorous hours there, our flaming hearts shall merge and loom in the twin mirrors of these souls of ours — torches vast which side by side consume. Then some evening, rose and mystic blue, charged with the sobbing woe of our adieu, Love shall links us in one lightning-spark; Later, shall the faithful angel fling all the portals wide, illumining the flameless torches and the mirrors dark. - Charles Baudelaire THE PUNISHMENT OF PRIDE (CHÂTIMENT DE L'ORGUEIL TRANSLATED) When first Theology in her young prime Flourished with vigour, in that wondrous time, Of an illustrious Doctor it was said That, having forced indifferent hearts to shed Tears of emotion, moved to depths profound: And having to celestial glory found Marvellous paths, to his own self unknown, Where only purest souls had fared alone — Like a man raised too high, as in a panic, Crazed with a vertigo of pride satanic, He cried "Poor Christ, I've raised you to renown! But had I wished to bring you crashing down Probing your flaws, your shame would match your pride And you'd be but a foetus to deride!" Immediately he felt his wits escape, That flash of sunlight veiled itself in crepe. All chaos through his intellect was rolled, A temple once, containing hoards of gold, By opulence and order well controlled, And topped with ceilings splendid to behold. Silence and night installed their reign in him. It seemed he was a cellar dank and dim, To which no living man could find the key; And from that day a very beast was he. And while he wandered senseless on his way, Not knowing spring from summer, night from day, Foul, dirty, useless, and with no hereafter, He served the children as a butt for laughter. - Charles Baudelaire ------------------ NB: This video was produced and presented here simply for entertainment sake; no offence is intended to anyone. © WBene 9/13 x ________________ Rider 1: This is a video based on my interpretation of this wonderful song's lyrics (and may not be Don's himself, please note) - no political agenda is implied beyond associations with humanitarian and democratic concerns generally. Rider 2: No rights to this song or video excerpts owned (where applicable), this was put together purely for entertainment and not for making any money whatsoever, no copyright infringement intended of song or images used (various sources). My big, warm, kind thanks to all source owners, clips used simply for art's sake, nothing more. x Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for 'Fair Use' for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Totally non-profit educational or entertainment use is deemed in favour of such interpreted 'fair use' category. Warning: This video does contain some flashing light scenes, caution advised for those affected by this. Thank you. Video © Squooze / Bene 27th September 2013

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