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CANNES: Mireille Enos Materializing in Thriller ‘You Were Never Here’

Mireille Enos will star in the thriller “You Were Never Here,” with shooting set for New York in the fall.

“You Were Never Here” marks the narrative feature film debut of former performance artist and documentarian Camille Thoman, who is directing from her own script.

Bronwyn Cornelius, Julian Cautherley and Erika Hampson will produce. Before The Door Picture’s Zachary Quinto, Neal Dodson and Corey Moosa are exec producing.

Enos will portray an artist who follows and photographs strangers when disturbing events lead her to suspect she’s being watched — blurring the lines between real and imaginary.

Thoman’s documentary “The Longest Game” is being distributed by Udy Epstein/7th Art Releasing. Her short film “Falling Objects” starred Enos, Timothy Hutton,  Melissa Leo and Kevin Rahm.

Enos stars alongside Ryan Reynolds in Atom Egoyan’s Cannes competition film “The Captive.” She also appeared opposite Brad Pitt in “World War Z” and will next be seen in RJ Cutler’s “If I Stay.”

Enos is repped by CAA, Gartner/Green Entertainment and attorney Mitch Smelkinson.

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