French filmmaker Jean-Charles Hue’s first feature, The Lord’s Ride, takes place within a community rarely depicted in cinema: the nomadic Yeniche of Northern France.
The Lord’s Ride
Fred experiences a strange vision one night that spurns existential questions, culminating in a decision that threatens to destabilize the most sacred of Yeniche bonds.
The Lord’s Ride earned a Special Mention at the IndieLisboa International Film Festival.
Jean-Charles Hue is a French screenwriter and film director. His first two features, The Lord’s Ride and Eat Your Bones, take place within a community rarely depicted in cinema: the Yeniche of northern France. The Lord’s Ride premiered at the IndieLisboa International Independent Film Festival, while Eat Your Bones premiered at Cannes’ Quinzaine des Réalisateurs.
In an exclusive interview with Filmatique, Jean-Charles Hue explores the genesis of his inspiration for these stories, Yeniche orthodoxies, and his next project.
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