High Life and Beau Travail filmmaker Claire Denis has revealed details of her upcoming project Radioscopie, a story set in the world of French radio which is set to star Juliette Binoche and Vincent Lindon.
Denis confirmed she is preparing the film as her next feature, to shoot in France, in an interview with France Culture. Part of the shoot will take place at famed Radio France headquarters Maison de la Radio in Paris, she said. Radioscopie is a daily cultural radio program that was first broadcast in 1968.
The project looks set to go before The Stars At Noon, her movie set in 1984 during the Nicaraguan Revolution which has been delayed by the pandemic. Deadline revealed that the project will reunite the director with her High Life actor Robert Pattinson, who will star with Margaret Qualley. A24 already bought the pic’s North American rights.
Radioscopie sees Denis reunite with her long-time collaborator Binoche following High Life and Let The Sunshine In. The filmmaker also previously directed Lindon in Bastards and Friday Night.