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30. Jan 2009 at 20:48
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There is a French film currently in production that seems to be starring a new, young actor named Archibald VanDenbemden.  

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Posted on 18 Sep 2008:
Frederic Zamochnikoff is Polish, his family having moved to France in the regions of Poligny and Buvilly. Even though he has left the capital of the county, he still has ties to the region: his friendships with Gilles Poncet and Stephan Bonnotte, the latter of whom was an actor in a short film of Frederic's entitled “The End of the Book”, approximately a decade ago.  In 2004, the two accomplices joined up to write a book together entitled “Polanski Between Two Worlds,” in which they expose Roman Polanski, revealing all on his youth, his black years with the wild child, his mistrust with respect to humanity, and his style.

In 2008, Frederic Zamochnikoff planned to turn a feature-length film on Poligny. Stephan Bonnotte, the city councilman delegated to the communication, with the assistance of the first magistrate, Dominique Bonnet and of the first assistant and general advisor, Jean-François Strong, knew that Poligny could benefit from a film such as this and decided to help.  For two weeks, the “Jurassic producer” returned to the fatherland of Travot (house of the children, Intermarket, court of the school of Jacques Brel, Town hall) and its forest surroundings as with the Notre-Dame school of Be worth-on-Poligny which had been used previously for “The End of the Book”. “Another Life”, the title of this newest film which could be completed by the end of 2008 or early 2009, tells the story of a kid maltreated by his adoptive mother and who is then found by a young girl who decides not to report him. The cast includes Dorothée Deblaton who also played in the movie  “A Man and His Dog” with Jean-Paul Belmondo, Hafsia Herzi, an actress in “Seed and the Mule”, Marianne N' Diaye, the editor Michel Archimbaud and a youngster by the name of Archibald Van Denbendem, originating from Belgium.


Having always been attracted to cinema, Frederic Zamochnikoff carries out his passion and hopes that his film will be a success so he can continue on.  But before that, a lot still needs to be done.  As filming ends the editing will start, and then the sound and the music. Everyone in Poligny is crossing their fingers hoping that the project will succeed and that a distributor makes it possible for Frederic Zamochnikoff to make the great jump into the court of the Producers: we all wish him the best.
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Re: Archibald VanDenbemden
Reply #1 - 31. Jan 2009 at 02:46
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Reply #2 - 22. Apr 2009 at 16:37
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Apparently it's getting closer to release... there's a poster now.

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Re: Archibald VanDenbemden
Reply #3 - 22. Apr 2009 at 20:26
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Interesting. Very hard to find any information on this online. Where did you find the poster?

PS: Why did you remove the photos you had posted earlier?
  
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Re: Archibald VanDenbemden
Reply #4 - 03. Jul 2010 at 02:55
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there is more now... a bit after the fact I guess, but I found this on youtube

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Re: Archibald VanDenbemden
Reply #5 - 04. Jul 2010 at 20:58
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This movie seems to be very interressing. I will keep searching for that. Thanks for posting.
  
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