Anne Seibel, a film set designer from Icauna, has received the Legion of Honor

Anne Seibel, a film set designer from Icauna, has received the Legion of Honor
Anne Seibel, a film set designer from Icauna, has received the Legion of Honor

Based in Saint-Père, the film set designer who notably worked on the filming of “Emily in Paris” and “Midnight in Paris” received the Legion of Honor.

Published this Tuesday, July 9, 2024 in the official journal, the new promotion of the Legion of Honor honors a woman from Icaun. Anne Seibel, a film set designer, was elevated to the rank of Knight of the Legion of Honor by the Minister of Culture for her 39 years of service.

Having arrived in the cinema by chance, she quickly developed a passion for sets. In an interview with the Yonne républicaine, she confided in her profession and the importance of sets in cinema. “Without sets, the actors have nothing and we can’t light. It’s everything behind the actor in fact, all the little details. If a set is well done, we don’t see it, we don’t feel the set side precisely. It has to reproduce reality, it’s trickery, paint, material, it’s above all technical. And then it’s a question of lighting. But if the sets are badly done, it looks like cardboard.”

The one who is based in Saint-Père has notably worked on the Netflix series “Emily in Paris” and the Woody Allen feature film “Midnight in Paris” for which she was nominated for an Oscar.

A documentary broadcast Monday evening on Anne Seibel, a set designer for the cinema based in Avallonnais

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