Olivier Assayas talks about creating a “parallel reality” in his latest film, Summer Hours

In an interview from our friends at FilmCatcher, Olivier Assayas talks about how Summer Hours started as a short film, a commisioned piece, and ultimately became a feature film.

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  1. […] week, I spoke at length with French writer-director Olivier Assayas (Irma Vep, Demonlover, Boarding Gate) about his new film Summer Hours, which is screening at the […]


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