The morning after the premiere of Le Fidèle by Michaël R. Roskam, I meet Adèle on the terrace overlooking the beach at the Excelsior Hotel. She’s having French fries for breakfast when she greets me with a smile, inviting me to her table. In two hours, she has to leave for the other side of the Adriatic, for Croatia to shoot a scene for her new role in The White Crow by Ralph Fiennes, but she has graciously waited for our interview first. Interview by Alexander Darkish
From October 4 to 15 Britain’s best film event comes across cinemas for the 61st BFI London Film Festival, a film event founded in 1933. The BFI is a registered charity governed by Royal Charter and chaired by Josh Berger.