Danièle Thompson makes her cinema at Cinéroman

The director and screenwriter is delighted to be able to dive once again into total immersion in cinema. Marshal Aurore/ABACA

In Nice, the director of the “Code has changed” or “Orchestral armchairs” chairs the fourth edition of the festival. An event that focuses on the adaptations of texts for the cinema.

As she says herself: “I have a lot of affection for this event. It is an enchantment that these few days of autumn when each year, the Cinéroman festival opens the pages of books, as well as the doors of cinemas. For her third participation in Cinéroman, director and screenwriter Danièle Thompson is delighted to be able to “dive once again into total immersion in the cinema. Of course, there is less suspenseshe believes, because the films that we are going to see have already made their career in theaters. But with David Hare, great English screenwriter and director, Sabine Azéma, David Foenkinos, Ana Girardot, Pascale Arbillot and Pascal Elbé, we are going to take the opportunity to take stock of the evolution of adaptations from writing to screen.

Since 2019, the daughter of Gérard Oury, who was a co-screenwriter on The big mop, has never ceased to express the happiness of participating in this festival which is expanding year after year. For this 4e edition, the scale of the…

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