“The French Dispatch of the Liberty” and “Kansas Evening Sun” (referred to as “The French Dispatch”) are American comedy films directed and directed by Wes Anderson, from Anderson, Roman Coppola, Hugo Guinness and The story of Jason Schwarzman. The film focuses on the French Foreign Affairs Bureau of the fictional Kansas newspaper.
The film is described as “a love letter to a journalist from an American newspaper outpost in a fictional French city in the 20th century”, and it mainly revolves around three story lines. It lives on a collection of stories published in the “French Dispatch” of the same name on the fictional French city of Ennui-sur-Blasé.
The film is inspired by Anderson’s love of “The New Yorker”, and certain characters and events in the film are based on the magazine’s real-life content. One of these three storylines focused on the student career protest on May 68, which was inspired by Mavis Gallant’s two-part article “May Events: The Paris Notebook”. Another storyline based on the role of Adrien Brody’s Julien Cadazio is based on The Days of Duveen.
This is a six-part movie created by art dealer Lord Duveen in The New Yorker. Speaking to French publication Charente Libre in April 2019, Anderson said: “This story is not easy to explain. It is about a magazine created by a French journalist [France]. This is his portrait. , The journalist who struggled to write what he wanted to write. This is not a film about press freedom, but when you talk about journalists, you also talk about what is happening in the real world.” According to reports, in August 2018, Wes Anderson will create and direct an untitled musical film in France after World War II.
In November 2018, it was announced that Jeremy Dawson (Jeremy Dawson) would make a movie, starring Tilda Swinton and Mathieu Amalric. Dawson also confirmed that the movie is not a musical. In addition, there are rumors about the roles of Natalie Portman, Brad Pitt, and Leah Saiduks in the movie.
In December 2018, Anderson announced that he would collaborate with Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Timothée Chalamet, and Benicio del Toro (Benicio). del Toro and Jeffrey Wright (Jeffrey Wright) directed and directed the film; Seydoux was confirmed to star in the film with Swinton and Amalric, Steven Rales in his Indian paintbrush banner Under production, released by Fox Searchlight Films.
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Later that month, Louis Smith (Lois Smith) and Saoirse Ronan (Saoirse Ronan) joined the cast. In January 2019, Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Henry Winkler, Willem Dafoe, Bob Balaban, Steve Park, Denis Ménochet, Lyna Khoudri, Alex Lawther, Vincent Macaigne, Vincent Lacoste, Félix Moati, Benjamin Lavernhe, Guillaume Galle France and Céciled Galle The cast of the movie. Robert Yeoman will serve as the film’s photographer. In February 2019, it was announced that Wally Wolodarsky, Fisher Stevens, Griffin Dunne and Jason Schwartzman had joined the movie starring. In April 2019, Christoph Waltz, Rupert Friend and Elisabeth Moss participated in the movie.
Kate Winslet (Kate Winslet) was originally an actor, but withdrew from the project to have more preparation time for the next role.
The main photography started in November 2018 in Angoulême, southwestern France, and ended in March 2019. Murray, who played a small role in the film, filmed his scene in two days.
In September 2019, Searchlight Pictures obtained the distribution rights for the film. The film was originally scheduled to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on May 12, 2020, and was released on July 24, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the festival was cancelled and the film was cancelled on April 3 Scheduled for 2020. The movie’s schedule was re-released on October 16, 2020, and then removed from the schedule again on July 23, 2020.
Wes Anderson (screenplay by)
Wes Anderson (story)
Jason Schwartzman (story)
Roman Coppola (story)
Hugo Guinness (story)
Anjelica Bette Fellini as Proof Reader
Jeffrey Wright as Roebuck Wright
Timothée Chalamet as Zeffirelli
Léa Seydoux as Simone
Tilda Swinton as J. K. L. Berensen
Bill Murray as Arthur Howitzer Jr.
Benicio Del Toro as Moses Rosenthaler
Christoph Waltz as Boris Schommers
Owen Wilson as Herbsaint Sazerac
Adrien Brody as Julian Cadazio
Frances McDormand as Lucinda Krementz
Griffin Dunne as Story Editor
Fisher Stevens as Legal Advisor
Jason Schwartzman as Hermes Jones
Cécile de France
Lois Smith as Upshur Clampette
Morgane Polanski as Main Splatter School Girl Friend
Toheeb Jimoh as Cadet 1
Steve Park as Lieutenant Nescafier
Wallace Wolodarsky as Cheery Writer
Lyna Khoudri as Juliette
Sam Haygarth as Robouchon
Nicholas Croucher as Cadet 2
Samuel Blenkin as Cadet Vaugirard
Alexandre Steiger as Bearded Doctor
Gabriel Ryan as Gabriel (as Ryan)
Mohamed Belhadjine as Mitch Mitch
Winsen Ait Hellal as Gigi
Brazil : 15 October 2020
Poland : 16 October 2020
Also Known As
(original title) : The French Dispatch
Australia : The French Dispatch
Brazil : The French Dispatch
Canada (English title) : The French Dispatch
Estonia : Prantsuse lähetus
France : The French Dispatch
Germany : The French Dispatch
Italy : The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun
Japan (Japanese title) : ザ・フレンチ・ディスパッチ
Mexico : The French Dispatch
Poland : Kurier francuski z Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun
Russia : Французский вестник
Spain : La Crónica Francesa
Spain (complete title) : La Crónica Francesa del Liberty Kansas Evening Sun
UK : The French Dispatch
USA : The French Dispatch
(working title) : Untitled Wes Anderson Project / The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun
Angoulême, Charente, France