French star Catherine Deneuve to head Dinard British Film Fest jury

French star Catherine Deneuve to head Dinard British Film Fest jury

PanARMENIAN.Net - French star Catherine Deneuve will serve as president of the 25th Dinard British Film Festival’s competition jury, Variety reported.

Best known for her roles in “Belle du Jour” and “Repulsion,” Deneuve has more than 100 film credits to her name. She broke through with “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg” in 1964 and went on to work with some of cinema’s greatest directors including Francois Truffaut and Luis Buñuel.

Deneuve follows in the footsteps of Eric Cantona – who was joined by jury members including Actress Alice Eve, Actor Toby Jones, Academy Award winning producer David Parfitt, Actor Michael Smiley, Screenwriter Natalie Carter, Director Fred Cavayé, Actor Hippolyte Girardot, and Director/screenwriter Amanda Sthers.

The Dinard British Film Festival runs from 8-12 October in Dinard, in the French region of Brittany.

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