Josiane Palasco’s Enthusiasm for Science Fiction guest star at NIFFF –

Josiane Palasco’s Enthusiasm for Science Fiction guest star at NIFFF –

French actress Josiane Balasco is guest of honor and jury member of the Fantastic International Film Festival in Neuchâtel, NIFFF. During an interview on Sunday at 7:30pm on RTS, the cinema icon shared his passion for science fiction.

Josiane Balasco has conquered the hearts of Swiss men and women with her many roles: from Madame Muscin in Santa Claus is Garbage (1982) to Colette, the secretary who charms her boss in Too Beautiful for You (1989), not forgetting Marie Joe in “Gazon Maudit” (1995). This film, which she directed, won the César Award for Best Screenplay in 1996.

The actress began her career with the band Splendid, with whom she notably played in “Les Bronzés font du ski” (1979). Forty-five years after her first appearance, she enjoys exploring new worlds, on the board, facing the camera or lying down on paper. Currently, she is showing “Golden Hands” (2023) by Isabelle Mergault.

>> Photo by Josiane Balasco at 7:30 PM:

Josiane Palasco, guest star at NIFFF / 7:30 p.m. / 1 ​​min. / Yesterday at 7:30 p.m

A lost generation

On Sunday, the Frenchwoman spoke about the social climate of her country, which was affected by looting, which is carried out mainly by young people. “I think it’s a lost generation,” she said in an interview with RTS 7:30pm. The only positive point, Josiane Balasco declared, “is that we’re up against the wall.” “We will have to roll up our sleeves and find solutions.”

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A passion for science fiction

Published in 2019, Josiane Balasco’s remarkable short story collection, titled “Gamaipolo,” showcases her passion for science fiction. It started when he was twenty, in the seventies. “It was popular culture, it was the emergence of many means of expression”, including the dissemination of Anglo-Saxon news in France.

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The guest of honor at NIFFF – the International Festival of Fantastic Films, which takes place in Neuchâtel – especially confirmed her passion for zombies, “and they are not the most evil.” In the long-running American series, humans and humans always end up playing this role. On the other hand, zombies are content to eat “the brains of those who come in handy.”

Interview conducted by Jennifer Coffo

Web adaptation: Mérande Gutfreund

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