WHO’S IN IT?

Marina Foïs (Polisse), Matthieu Lucci (film debut), Florian Beaujean (film debut), Mamadou Doumbia (film debut), Mélissa Guilbert (Corniche Kennedy), Warda Rammach (film debut), Julien Souve (film debut), Issam Talbi (film debut), Olivier Thouret (film debut), Charlie Bardé (Camping), Marie Tarabella (film debut), Youcef Agal (film debut), Marianne Esposito (film debut), Thibaut Hernandez (film debut), Axel Caillet (film debut)

WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?

Laurent Cantet (The Class), director, writer; Robin Campillo (120 BPM), writer; Denis Freyd (Two Days, One Night), producer; Edouard Pons (film debut) and Bedis Tir (film debut), composers; Pierre Milon (Going Away), cinematographer; Mathilde Muyard (Family Tree), editor

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

Over the course of a summer in a quiet Marseille town, teenager Antoine (Lucci) attends a writing workshop with other like-minded teens under the tutelage of celebrated novelist Olivia Dejazet (Foïs), who becomes fascinated with Antoine’s writing as the workshop goes along…

IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?

The Workshop is an interesting French drama with plenty of sunny exteriors and good staring points for many of its newer faces.

WHEN’S IT OUT?

FRIDAY 16TH NOVEMBER 2018