This article needs a plot summary.(June 2020)
|The Great Game|
|French||Le Grand Jeu|
|Directed by||Nicolas Pariser|
|Written by||Nicolas Pariser|
|Produced by||Emmanuel Agneray|
|Starring|| Melvil Poupaud |
|Edited by||Léa Masson|
|Music by||Benoît de Villeneuve|
Arte France Cinéma
|Distributed by||Bac Films|
|Box office||$790.000 |
The Great Game (French : Le Grand Jeu) is a 2015 French political thriller drama film written and directed by Nicolas Pariser. The film stars Melvil Poupaud, André Dussollier and Clémence Poésy. The film premiered at the Locarno International Film Festival in August 2015.   It won the Prix Louis-Delluc for Best First Film in December 2015.
The Deauville American Film Festival is a yearly film festival devoted to American cinema, which has taken place since 1975 in Deauville, France.
Chiara Charlotte Mastroianni is a French actress and singer. She is the daughter of Marcello Mastroianni and Catherine Deneuve.
Melvil Poupaud is a French actor, author and filmmaker.
Jacques Doillon is a French film director. He has a habit of giving lead roles to inexperienced young actresses in his films on family life and women. Some actresses to break through are Fanny Bastien, Sandrine Bonnaire, Judith Godrèche, Marianne Denicourt, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Juliette Binoche.
Le Grand Meaulnes is a 2006 film directed by Jean-Daniel Verhaeghe, based on the classic novel of the same name. The film premiered on October 4, 2006 in France.
The Officers' Ward, is a 2001 French film, directed by François Dupeyron and starring Eric Caravaca as the central character. It was based on the novel by Marc Dugain, which in turn was based on the experiences of one of the author's own ancestors during World War I. The film received nine nominations at the 27th César Awards, winning Best Supporting Actor for André Dussollier and Best Cinematography for Tetsuo Nagata.
Those Were the Days is a 1995 French drama film directed by Didier Haudepin. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.
Crime Is Our Business is a 2008 French comedy mystery film directed by Pascal Thomas and starring Catherine Frot, André Dussollier and Claude Rich. It is based on the 1957 Agatha Christie novel 4.50 from Paddington.
Clémence Guichard, known professionally as Clémence Poésy, is a French actress and fashion model. After starting on the stage as a child, Poésy studied drama and has been active in both film and television since 1999, including some English-language productions. She is known for the roles of Fleur Delacour in the Harry Potter film series, Chloë in In Bruges, Rana in 127 Hours, Natasha Rostova in War and Peace, and the lead role as Elise Wassermann in the 24-episode series The Tunnel.
Towards Zero is a 2007 French mystery film directed by Pascal Thomas and starring François Morel, Danielle Darrieux and Melvil Poupaud. It is an adaptation of the 1944 novel Towards Zero by Agatha Christie.
Laurence Anyways is a 2012 Canadian epic romantic drama film written, directed and edited by Xavier Dolan. The film competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival where Suzanne Clément won the Un Certain Regard Award for Best Actress. Laurence Anyways also won the Queer Palm Award at the festival.
Love Torn in a Dream is a 2000 film directed by Chilean filmmaker Raúl Ruiz. The film's nonlinear narrative spans nine interweaving stories, most of which take place in the 17th or 18th century and feature fantastical characters such as pirates, nuns, young priests, a cannibal, a sultana, the Devil, and many more. To further complicate the already dizzying web of tales, many different characters are played by the same handful of actors across stories. This theme of the same individual portraying numerous identities extends beyond the limits of this one film and can be viewed in the larger context of Ruiz's work: for instance, lead actor Melvil Poupaud has been in several of Ruiz's films since his childhood. In 1983, at the age of ten, he starred in Ruiz's City of Pirates and went on to act in The Insomniac on the Bridge (1985), Treasure Island (1985), Three Lives and Only One Death (1996), Genealogies of a Crime (1997) and Mysteries of Lisbon (2010).
The Silence of Joan is a 2011 French historical film directed by Philippe Ramos and starring Clémence Poésy, Thierry Frémont and Liam Cunningham. The film was screened in the Directors' Fortnight at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.
Feelings is a 2003 French drama film written by Noémie Lvovsky and Florence Setvos and directed by Lvovsky.
The Counterfeiters is a 2010 television film based on the 1925 novel The Counterfeiters by André Gide. The two-hour film was directed by Benoît Jacquot and stars Melvil Poupaud as Edouard X., Maxime Berger as Olivier, and Dolores Chaplin as Lady Lilian Griffith.
Fidelio: Alice's Odyssey, also titled Fidelio: Alice's Journey, is a 2014 French drama film directed by Lucie Borleteau.
Actors is a 2000 French comedy film directed by Bertrand Blier.
Mad Love is a 2015 French drama film directed by Philippe Ramos and starring Melvil Poupaud, Dominique Blanc and Diane Rouxel. It is an adaptation of Ramos' 1996 short film Ici-bas, which was in turn inspired by the Affair of the Uruffe priest in the 1950s. It won the Grand Prix des Amériques at the Montreal World Film Festival.
Face Down is a 2015 drama film directed by Kamen Kalev and starring Melvil Poupaud and Seher Nebieva. It received the Best Director Award at the Golden Rose Film Festival.
Brother and Sister is a 2022 French drama film directed by Arnaud Desplechin, starring Marion Cotillard and Melvil Poupaud as estranged siblings who are forced to reunite after two decades following the death of their parents. The film made its world premiere at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival where it competed for the Palme d'Or, and was released in theaters in France on the same day as its Cannes premiere, on 20 May 2022.