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Oliver Stone

public meeting of the 47th American Film Festival

Director and screenwriter

In its desire for transmission and sharing, the Deauville Festival is organizing two public meetings. Festival-goers will be able to chat with Oliver Stone on Saturday, September 4.

Fifteen years after coming for his film World Trade Center, the Deauville American Film Festival celebrates its reunion with American director and screenwriter Oliver Stone. Born in 1946 in New York, he has been known around the world since the 1970s for his work, which has won numerous awards, notably the Oscar for best screenplay adapted for Midnight Express, directed by Alan Parker (1978), and Best Director for Platoon (1986) et Born on July 4 (1989).

On the occasion of the presentation of JFK The Inquiry, Oliver Stone's latest documentary echoing his feature film JFK (1991), and in which he opens the declassified files of the assassination of President Kennedy, festival-goers will be able to discuss with this filmmaker, a mythical figure of American cinema, during this public conversation which will take place on Saturday, September 4 at 16:30 p.m. in the Lexington auditorium.