Marlène Schiappa discusses Catherine Deneuve, Emmanuel Macron, and the path forward for French women.
Marion Cotillard sat with journalists this evening in Paris to discuss her recent film Ismael's Ghosts, but the conversation quickly turned to current events in the industry. Speaking of her earlier work with Woody Allen on MidnightShow More Summary
Bardot is second French film star after Catherine Deneuve to lambast women involved in campaigns such as #MeToo and its French equivalent French former actor Brigitte Bardot has joined Catherine Deneuve in expressing distaste for women...Show More Summary
After sparking a backlash over her signing on to an open letter from French women defending men’s “freedom to importune’ — a letter that was widely seen as an attack on the #MeToo movement — actress Catherine Deneuve has apparently....
After the letter she signed sparked a backlash, the French actress said she needs to provide "clarification," and denounced the "conservatives, racists and traditionalists" who have supported her.
Well this is quite the backtrack. Last week, French star Catherine Deneuve shocked many when she signed a public letter SLAMMING the #MeToo movement, which labeled the anti-harassment campaign a "witch hunt" against men. After quite a bit of backlash for her backwards stance, the 74-year-old has since responded to her critics and apologized to victims [...]
Some 100 French cultural figures signed a letter denouncing the "new puritanism" sparked by Harvey Weinstein scandal.
From "Catherine Deneuve Apologizes to Victims after Denouncing #MeToo" (NYT):“I’m a free woman and I will remain one,” Ms. Deneuve said in the letter to Libération. “I fraternally salute all women victims of odious acts who may have felt aggrieved by the letter in Le Monde. Show More Summary
“I fraternally salute all women victims of odious acts,” the French actress said, while adding that she stood by her previous statement.
French film star Catherine Deneuve, who set off a worldwide feminist backlash for bashing the #MeToo movement, has apologised to victims of sexual assault, saying there was "nothing good" about harassment.
Catherine Deneuve has apologized to sexual assault victims amid the backlash to the backlash against the #MeToo movement in France. The actress said that while she agrees with the spirit of an open letter she signed, which denounced a "witch hunt" against men guilty of no more than "clumsy flirting,...
French film star Catherine Deneuve who set off a worldwide feminist backlash over an open letter she had signed bashing the #MeToo movement apologised to victims of sexual assault, and said there was "nothing good" about harassment.
Catherine Deneuve walked back a controversial letter signed by 100 French women that disavowed the #MeToo movement as a “witch hunt.”
Last week, actress Catherine Deneuve was one of more than 100 French women to voice their qualms about the #MeToo movement and its French equivalent #BalanceTonPorc in an open letter published in Le Monde. “As a result of the Weinstein affair, there has been a legitimate realization of the sexual ... More »
French actor says she stands by letter that caused outcry but condemns other signatories for distorting the spirit of its message Catherine Deneuve has apologised to female victims of sexual assault who were shocked and hurt by the controversial letter she signed attacking the #MeToo campaign. Show More Summary
Veteran French actress Catherine Deneuve was among 100 women who signed an open letter last week, slamming what they termed "expeditious justice" spurred by the #MeToo movement and defending a man's "freedom to importune." The letter published in Le Monde has been the source of much debate in the past several days. Show More Summary
French film star Catherine Deneuve said she stood by her signing an open letter in Le Monde this week bashing the #MeToo movement but apologised if she had offended victims of sexual assault, in a letter published on the website of daily Liberation on Sunday. Show More Summary
“Will you please ask Catherine Deneuve and those older French women what in the world they’re thinking?” Tatum O'Neal asked.
Catherine Deneuve joined 99 other prominent French women in a letter last week accusing the Hollywood anti-abuse campaign of censorship and intolerance. Agnès Poirier explains how the debate is viewed in Paris French women made headlines all over the world last week. Show More Summary
Echoing sentiments shared by French actress Catherine Deneuve earlier this week, Liam Neeson on Friday called sexual misconduct allegations in Hollywood "a bit of a witch hunt," the Guardian reports. The actor, during an interview on Ireland's The Late Late Show, used Garrison Keillor and Dustin Hoffman as examples. “There’s...