Camille 卡米爾

This is the true and dramatic story of Camille, a young idealistic photojournalist, who goes to the Central African Republic to cover the civil war that is brewing up. She gets there to live her two passions: photography and Africa. However, she slowly loses control of the situation and cannot see the danger grow for herself. The tension rises until concluding the fate of the young journalist.

Most Promising Actress: Nina Meurisse – Cesar Awards, French

Film Industry Awards, 2020

Piazza Grande – Locarno Film Festival, 2019



2020 年法國電影工業獎 — 凱撒獎:最具潛質女演員:Nina Meurisse

2019 年瑞士盧卡諾影展 — 大廣場單元

Guest speakers of post-screening talk

Boris Lojkine, director
After shooting two documentary films in Vietnam about the memory of the war (Ceux qui restent in 2001 and Ames Errantes in 2005), Boris Lojkine changes continent to immerse himself in the Africa of migrants and directed Hope, his first fiction, with non-professional actors met in Morocco among migrant communities. Hope was shown and awarded at the 2014 Cannes Critics Week and many other international festivals. Boris Lojkine then directed Camille, his second fiction movie in the Central African Republic. The film won the Piazza Grande Audience Award in Locarno in 2019.

Philippe Massonnet
Philippe Massonnet has been Agence France-Presse Asia Pacific Regional Director since 2015, based in Hong Kong. He was Global News Director of AFP from 2009-2014. Graduated from Strasbourg Journalism School and the National Institute of Oriental Languages in France, he is a specialist of China where he started his career as a freelance journalist mid-80’s before joining Agence France-Presse. As a young reporter for AFP he covered the conflicts in Rwanda and Zaïre.

Cinema Sessions

 Ticketing conditions

French Cinepanorama

DRAMA / FRANCE / 2019 / 90 MINS


DIRECTED BY: Boris Lojkine

STARRING: Nina Meurisse, Fiacre Bindala, Bruno Todeschini


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