Francois Arnaud, Frederico Galavis, Ana Ularu and Mark Ivanir on set of ‘Thursday’ [x]

'I have no intentions of leaving Quebec, only to widen my spectrum of possibilities, to learn about other methods of working. It’s not because it’s in English, or because it’s a foreign shoot. My only career ambition is that I eventually be able to choose the projects I’m involved with.' (x)

François Arnaud and Holliday Grainger for Interview x

Anonymous asked: What happened to this blog? Is it still working?

is it really that bad?;)  of course it is still working! There’s no need to worry. Last post was like.. 6 days not months ago:) I try to update everytime something new appears;) I admit recently it’s like - no news, no posts. For all of you unhappy with amount of posts, I’ll try to repost some ‘old stuff’

François Arnaud Fanpage:

Apocalypse: World War I’ - Directed by Isabelle Clarke and Daniel Costelle, and narrated by Francois Arnaud debuts Monday, July 14 on TVO, but if you live in a part of the country that doesn’t get TVO, or simply prefer to watch online from anywhere in Canada, you can see it starting on Tuesday, July 15 at [x]

on the set of ‘Thursday’ in Rome, Italy. [x]

► 'Moroccan Gigolos' - La naissance


Nicolas work No.2.

Anonymous asked: em, seems that Caesar 2014 not anymore on Imdb. On François Imdb neither. Is this project been canceled ?

I don’t know, but I don’t think so. it’s still there;)

Happy Birthday, François Arnaud!