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Elle’s Kitchen (Cuisine Interne)

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May 6 @ 8:15 pm 9:30 pm

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France | Drama | 45 min | United States Premiere | French | English Subtitles

Adriana is an inspired and ambitious young Franco-Senegalese chef whose dream is to obtain a Michelin star for the restaurant she is about to open in Paris. Her dreams get derailed when she winds up saddled with Jeff and Angie Rubens – siblings who run an illegal gambling operation – as unofficial partners. She’ll fight to wrest back control of both her life and her restaurant.

In Attendance: Annabelle Lengronne (Actress) and Lucie Moreau (Showrunner)

Moderator: Jordan Pinto (North American Editor, C21 Media)

Louis Farge

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Lucie Moreau, Camille Treiner, Thibault Vanhulle, Olivier Treiner

Adrien Pallatier, Laurence Bawedin, Conrad Chemetoff

Martin Laugery

Annabelle Lengronne, Mely Bourjac, Vincent Heneine, Malyka R. Johany, Lucas Englander, Bastien Bernini

Edouard Rigaudière, Anthony D’Amario

In Attendance

Annabelle Lengronne grew up in Martinique and moved to Paris at the age of 18. She made her debut in the series Xanadu in 2011. In 2016, she plays the female lead in the film La Fine Équipe, where she will be selected for the Cesar of the best hope 2017. In 2022, she plays one of the main roles in A Little Brother, selected in the official competition of the Cannes Film Festival. Today she is the lead actress in Elle’s Kitchen by Lucie Moreau.

Lucie Moreau trained at Sciences-Po Paris, then began a career in production at Agat Films & Cie. After a stint in New York where she supervised the fiction department of Paradoxal for 2 years. After creating Lux for Film, she is now the creator and writer of the series Elle’s Kitchen, selected for the 2022 Fiction Festival.


Jordan Pinto, based out of Toronto, is the North American editor for C21 Media, reporting on all aspects of the US and Canadian television sector. Previously, he spent more than six years with Canadian trade publication Playback, most recently as the associate editor, covering Canada’s film and television industry.

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