Céline Sciamma

Filmmaker, director of “Portrait of a Lady on Fire”

Filmmaker, director of “Portrait of a Lady on Fire”

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“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” is a passionate historical romance that won two awards at Cannes and praise from critics worldwide.

Céline Sciamma on the politics of French filmmaking and ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’

“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” is a passionate historical romance that won two awards at Cannes and praise from critics worldwide.

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