Claire Denis to Helm Juliette Binoche, Vincent Lindon in ‘Radioscopie’

Claire Denis to Helm Juliette Binoche, Vincent Lindon in ‘Radioscopie’
Claire Denis, the versatile French auteur behind “Chocolat” and “High Life,” is set to direct Juliette Binoche and Vincent Lindon in “Radioscopie,” a movie set in the French radio world.

Denis last directed Binoche and Robert Pattinson in “High Life,” an erotic space odyssey which garnered buzz at Toronto last year. Denis was supposed to shoot “The Stars at Noon,” a thriller based on Denis Johnson’s 1986 novel, with Pattinson and Margaret Qualley, this year but filming was postponed due to the pandemic.

“Radioscopie” will be produced by Denis’ regular producer Olivier Delbosc at Paris-based Curiosa Films. The director spoke about the project during a radio interview with France Culture.

Although the plot is being kept under wraps, Variety understands it will shoot in France — mainly at La Maison de la Radio, the Radio France headquarters located in the 16th arrondissement.

“I like a lot La Maison de la Radio,
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