Emmanuelle Bonmariage

Emmanuelle Bonmariage

Belgium

Biography

Emmanuelle Bonmariage is a trained actrice. She started out going between cinema and theatre, playing her first roles in short films, like MON PAPA D’AMÉRIQUE by Daniel Hiquet. She also held small roles in television and feature films and many times took part in the acting work directed by Benoît Lamy at the IAD Film School. She also lent her voice to radio news broadcasts at the RTBF (Belgian Teleradio). For several years, she played in various youth theatre companies. Some of these plays toured for several seasons in Belgium, France and Switzerland. At the same time, she participated in scenario writing workshops led by Louis Dominique Lavigne, Veronike Mabardi and Luc Jabon. Emmanuelle Bonmariage wrote and recorded the play Le soleil luit pour tout le monde (The Sun Shines for Everyone) and took part in several collective writings. She co-authored two short films, Les provisions / Contre sens and adopted the dialogues for the animated film Couleur de peau miel. Her interest in writing continues with the writing of a feature film with Laurent Brandenbourger, Si je t’attrape, je te tue. A docufiction project is in development. She is part of the theatrical reading groupe Lumières pour enfants combined with a philosophical discussion (training with Martine Nolis). MANU (2018) is her first film. 

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