COINCOIN ET LES Z’INHUMAINS

COINCOIN ET LES Z’INHUMAINS

Quinquin is now a grown-up and goes by the nickname CoinCoin. He hangs out on the Côte D’Opale and attends meetings of the Nationalist Party with his childhood friend Fatso. His old love, Eve, has abandoned him for Corinne. When a strange magma is found near the town, the inhabitants suddenly start to behave very weirdly. Our two heroes, Captain Van Der Weyden and his loyal assistant Carpentier, investigate these alien attacks. The Extra-Human invasion has begun.

Catalan premiere
Eligible for: Premi del públic

Bruno Dumont

Bruno Dumont

(France, 1958) His films border somewhere between realistic drama and the avant-garde. His first feature film La vie de Jésus was selected at Directors’ Fortnight. His films have won several awards at the Cannes films Festival. Two of Dumont’s films have won the Grand Prix award: both L’Humanité and Flanders. Dumont’s Hadewijch won the 2009 FIPRESCI Prize at the Toronto Film Festival. Camille Claudel 1915 screened in Competition in Berlin. P’tit Quinquin world premiered in the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs’ Special Screenings.

FILMOGRAPHY

Coincoin et les z’inhumains (2018), Jeanette. La infancia de Juana de Arco (2017), La alta sociedad (2016), El pequeño Quinquin (2014), Camille Claudel 1915 (2013), Hors Satan (2011, D'A 2012), Hadewijch (2009), Flandres (2006), Twentynine Palms (2003), La humanidad (1999), La vie de Jésus (1997)

17 FOIS CÉCILE CASSARD

Christophe Honoré

First film by Christophe Honoré, in which he incorporates all his cinephile fetishes, long dreamed.

AMANDA

Mikhaël Hers

Vincent Lacoste offers one of the best performances of his career with this emotional drama about mourning and France hit by violence, far from all sentimentality. An essential film.

LA BELLE PERSONNE

Christophe Honoré

Sui generis adaptation of the classic of Madame de Lafayette, moved to one of the most chic districts of Paris and starring an iconic Léa Seydoux.