THE INSIDE GAME (JEUX D’INFLUENCE)

Melville Theatre | Sep 24 – 11:00 am | Sep 25 – 1:00 pm
Sep 26 – 10:20 pm | Sept 27 – 5:10 pm | Sept 28 – 7:30 pm
Writer-Director Jean Xavier de Lestrade will present his movie
on 9/26 and will attend the Conversation that follows the screening on 9/27 & 9/28

International Premiere | TV Mini-Series | France, Belgium | 2019 | Drama, Political thriller | 6 x 52 min | Episodes 1 & 4 | In French with English subtitles

Directed by: Jean-Xavier de Lestrade
Written by: Antoine Lacomblez, Jean-Xavier de Lestrade, Sophie Hiet, Pierre Linhart
Cinematography: Isabelle Razavet
Film Editing: Sophie Brunet
Original Score: Raf Keunen
Produced by: Matthieu Belghiti, Pierre Carrique, Jean-Xavier de Lestrade (What’s Up Productions), Eva Kuperman (Stenola), Arte France
Cast: Alix Poisson (Claire Lansel), Laurent Stocker (Guillaume Delpierre), Jean-François Sivadier (Mathieu Bowman), Pierre Perrier (Romain Corso), Marilou Aussilloux (Chloé Forrest), Christophe Kourotchkine (Michel Villeneuve), Anthony Bajon (Benjamin Villeneuve)
International Sales: Newen Distribution
Original Broadcast: Arte, June 2019

Jean-Xavier de Lestrade’s taut political thriller plunges us into the worlds — and very murky waters — of lobbyists, politicians, multinational corporations and farmers in this gripping indictment of the pesticide industry. Alix Poisson leads a superb ensemble cast, in which every character, at some point, is forced to confront the courage of his or her convictions. A dense, fascinating, assiduously researched, meticulously structured, and extremely complex story with multiple points of view, The Inside Game is Arte’s smash hit of 2019.

Acclaimed, highly prolific filmmaker Jean-Xavier de Lestrade is probably best known for his documentary work, winning the 2001 Oscar for Best Documentary Film for his ninth feature, Murder on a Sunday Morning. After studying law and journalism in Paris, he cofounded a press agency at 24 and, three years later, became an independent filmmaker, training his camera on society and its taboos – sexual violence, insanity, death, exclusion, and the inner workings of the judicial system. In addition to his many documentary films, he has co-written and directed several TV movies and series, both narrative and documentary, including The Staircase; Sin City Law;The Staircase II, 3xManon; Malaterra; and Manon, 20 Years (COLCOA 2017).

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Presented in association with:

Newen Television

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