NICOLAS MAURY | Guest CINEMANIA 2020
FILMMAKER / ACTOR / SCREENWRITERNicolas Maury began his theater studies at the Conservatory and graduated in 2001. Already counting an appearance in Patrice Chéreau's film, CEUX QUI Qui M'AIMENT PRENDRONT LE TRAIN, the young man receives several proposals from the theater world. It wasn't until 2005 that he returned to the film set, thanks to his second roles in LES AMANTS RÉGULIERS by Philippe Garrel and BACKSTAGE by Emmanuelle Bercot.
The following year, the actor shoots under the direction of Olivier Assayas in PARIS, JE T'AIME. Subscriber to auteur cinema, moving from drama to comedy, Nicolas Maury takes on a series of roles. His first big role is attributed to him in the burlesque comedy LET MY PEOPLE GO! in 2011. His performance as Ruben, a Jewish homosexual in the midst of an existential crisis, earned him a pre-selection for the César for the best male hopeful. Exploiting his androgynous character, the actor incarnates in LES RENCONTRES D'APRÈS MINUIT, a whimsical and authoritarian maid indulging in a melancholy orgy. In 2015, Nicolas Maury's greatest success comes from his interpretation of Hervé in DIX POUR CENT. In the meantime, he joins the Palmashow team for their first feature film, LA FOLLE HISTOIRE by Max et Léon and plays in UN COUTEAU DANS LE COEUR by Yann Gonzalez.
With GARÇON CHIFFON, he admits to having given himself "the role of his life" by playing an actor who, by dint of being sickly jealous, will lose the man he loves.
⇢ NOT TO BE MISSED IN CINEMANIA ONLINE
MY BEST PART | Available on November 13 and 18
CALL MY AGENT EPISODE 1 | Available on November 6
CALL MY AGENT EPISODE 2 | Available on November 7
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