EN - A young woman has only one weekend to persuade her colleagues to give up their bonuses so that she can keep her job.

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Title Two Days, One Night
Original title Deux jours, une nuit
Original language French
Status Completed
Production Minority Flemish
Category Features
Year 2014
World première / first public presentation 2014-05-21

Credits

Cast Marion Cotillard, Fabrizio Rongione, Olivier Gourmet, Catherine Salée

Technical specs

Running time film 95'

Partners

Main production company Les Films du Fleuve
Supported by Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF)

Festivals

2014: Cannes Film Festival - Official Competition (FR)

Marry Me and Lucifer compete in Valladolid

Kadir Balci’s Marry Me and Lucifer, directed by Gust Van den Berghe have been selected for Valladolid’s upcoming International Film Festival (18 - 25 October). Two shorts, Bad Hunter, directed by Sahim Omar Kalifa, and Deben Van Dam’s The Way of All Flesh, are also in competition, while the animation film collection 12 Minutes About Peace will be shown out of competition. The Valladolid Film Festival opens with Two Days, One Night by the brothers Dardenne, a co-production with Flanders.

Marry MeAfter making his debut in 2009 with the hit film Turquaze, Kadir Balci returns with Marry Me, a film about a gym teacher who wants to marry his Turkish colleague following a brief affair. But they reckoned without their families…

Published on Thursday 2 October 2014

Busan follows Toronto into the Waste Land

The Busan International Film Festival (October 2-11) has invited Pieter Van Hees’s Waste Land. Van Hees will himself present the psychological thriller – which is premiering in Toronto this week – at the South Korean fest. Also part of the Busan bill are Alleluia,Two Days, One Night and Nymphomaniac, which were co-produced with Flanders, as well as Flemish director Michaël R. Roskam’sThe Drop and Le meraviglie, starring local actor Sam Louwyck.

Waste LandWaste Land will be part of Busan’s World Cinema programme, which presents a panorama of 53 non-Asian films by global directors, many of them previously introduced at prestige film festivals.

Published on Thursday 4 September 2014

Toronto Checks Out Douglas Boswell’s labyrinth

Labyrinthus, a family fantasy film directed by Douglas Boswell, has been confirmed for Toronto’s upcoming International Film Festival (4-14 September). Two Days, One Night by the Dardenne brothers, a co-production with Flanders, was also selected. With Flemish titles Waste Land and Cub already announced, talent from Flanders will be omnipresent in Toronto this year.

LabyrinthusWith less than a month to go, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has announced a new round of films to be discovered at the prestigious Canadian festival this September. Among them is Douglas Boswell’s family fantasy film Labyrinthus, which will be shown as part of the fest’s ‘entertaining and illuminating’ section, TIFF Kids.

Published on Tuesday 19 August 2014

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Short info

Director Luc Dardenne , Jean-Pierre Dardenne
Producers Peter Bouckaert
Writers Luc Dardenne , Jean-Pierre Dardenne
Contact

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