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Claire Denis will be Honored by LAFCA with Career Achievement Award

Claire Denis will be honored by LAFCA with Career Achievement Award – Both Sides of the Blade earned Denis the Berlinale Best Director award and the Cannes Grand Prix for Stars at Noon. She made her acting debut in 1988 with Chocolat and continued with movies like Beau Travail, White Material, 35 Shots of Rum, Let The Sunshine In, and High Life.

She started her career by working with filmmakers like Jacques Rivette, Costa-Gavras, and Wim Wenders.
Two awards for the best lead performance and two awards for the best supporting performance will be given in the gender-neutral acting categories. Best picture, best director, best screenplay, best non-English language film, best documentary/nonfiction film, best animation, best cinematography, best editing, best production design, best music/score, new generation, and the Douglas Edwards Experimental Film Award are among the other award categories.

Prior to their first in-person event in three years on January 14, 2023, LAFCA members will cast their votes for awards on December 11.

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The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA) will present Claire Denis with a Career Achievement Award this year. According to a press release, the French director will be honored among other LAFCA award winners during a live ceremony on January 14 to celebrate the year’s best cinematic achievements.
In a statement, LAFCA president Claudia Puig gushed, “We are happy to be honoring Claire Denis, one of the finest living cinema auteurs and a master at expressing the identity difficulties encountered by both the colonizer and the colonized.” Her art is intensely evocative, frequently delicate and intimate but never sentimental, and always uncompromising. It also reflects an unique sociopolitical viewpoint and an anti-patriarchal mentality.

Denis’ “mastery of the medium, represented by radically elliptical storytelling and sensuous, tactile images, [which] recognizes neither geographical or thematic borders,” was lauded in the LAFCA announcement.

Claire Denis will be honored by LAFCA with Career Achievement Award

In Denis’ most recent thriller, “Stars at Noon,” Margaret Qualley plays a journalist caught up in a risky relationship with an enigmatic tycoon. Tomorrow, October 14, it opens in cinemas, and on October 28, it will be accessible on Hulu. Another Denis film, “Both Sides of the Blade,” starring Juliette Binoche as a character engaged in a love triangle, will be released in 2022.

Denis made her feature debut with 1988’s “Chocolat,” which the LAFCA called “among the world’s most bold and experimental films.” It is impossible to emphasize how much she has contributed to the development of cinema throughout the years.

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The Batman was set to begin main photography on a considerably lesser budget from the French production studio Wild Bunch with A24 securing US distribution in the early 2020s, after Robert Pattinson finished filming his lead role as the Caped Crusader. Based on Denis Johnson’s 1986 novel of nearly the same name, The Stars at Noon (the movie omitted the “the”), Stars at Noon followed an American journalist stranded in Nicaragua during the Revolution of 1984 who learns that he is even hotter water than she is after falling in love with a mysterious Englishman she thought might be her ticket out of the country.

After their 2018 partnership on another transatlantic Wild Bunch/A24 project, High Life, in which Robert Pattinson portrays a single parent in space, Pattinson and famed French filmmaker Claire Denis were set to work together once again on Stars at Noon. It was planned for Pattinson to play the mysterious Englishman—which, incidentally, might have been the name of his Tenet character—and Margaret Qualley to play the stranded American journalist.

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