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LES MAGNIFIQUES - French Focus
Center for Jewish History
10011, NY
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LES MAGNIFIQUES - French Focus
5:00 PM
LES MAGNIFIQUES
Directed by: Yves Azeroual and Mathieu Alterman
Produced by Alexandre Amiel
U.S. Premiere
France, 2018, 52 min, Documentary, International Premiere, French with English subtitles

SUMMARY
Arriving in France from North Africa with barely a suitcase in hand, these Sephardic immigrants and refugees became the stars and legends of French show-business: Recording-artist Enrico Macias, comedians Robert Castel & Lucette Sahuquet, impresario Regis Talar, actor, director, producer and screenwriter Philippe Clair (a/k/a Prosper Bensoussan!), and, the youngest of the lot, Norbert Saada. Starting from nothing they became: Les Magnifiques!

With: Enrico Macias, Norbert Saada, Philippe Clair, RĂ©gis Talar, and Robert Castel

Followed by Q&A with Director Yves Azeroual & Producer & Pomegranate Award winner, Alexandre Amiel

DIRECTORS' BIO
Yves Azeroual is a journalist, essayist, documentary filmmaker.
Founder of TV channels including a news channel and several TV shows, he has, among other things, published about ten books on French politics and Israel, including Mitterrand, Israel and the Jews and Is there a right to defend Israel.
His documentaries deal with social issues and Israel including Yitzhak Rabin, the warrior of peace and Tel Aviv, the city that never sleeps. In addition to his journalistic activities, he is also in charge of development within a large French audiovisual group.

Mathieu Alterman
Mathieu Alterman worked for more than ten years as a record label as artistic director and project manager.
He is the author of several books, including Apology of Failure and I Remember the Forgotten.
Polemist and journalist specializing in culture and society, he is a radio columnist, television and print journalist.

Location

Center for Jewish History (View)
15 West 16th Street
10011, NY 10011
United States

Categories

Film > Festivals

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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