Frédéric Bonnaud

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Frédéric Bonnaud, born June 27, 1967, is the head of the Cinémathèque française[1] and a French journalist. He was the head of Les Inrockuptibles from 2013 to 2015.[2][3]


After starting his career as a cinema programmer in Paris, he became a cinema critic at Les Inrockuptibles. In 2006, he was offered to create a radio show on the French public radio France Inter. Quickly gaining public and critical praise, the show was nonetheless removed from antennas a year later, triggering an intense polemic and a strike of the journalists of Radio France.[4] He continued his journalistic career, featuring in TV and radio shows, before taking the head of Les Inrocks in 2013 and being nominated by the President of the Republic as the head of La cinémathèque française in December 2015.

He is the son of Robert Bonnaud.


  1. ^ Announcement of Frédéric Bonnaud nomination to the French cinémathèque
  2. ^ "Frédéric Bonnaud remplace (à moitié) Audrey Pulvar à la tête des "Inrockuptibles"". Telerama. 18 January 2013. Retrieved 11 December 2015.
  3. ^ Frédéric Bonnaud Revient aux Inrocks, Le Monde, 18 janvier 2013
  4. ^ « Bonnaud viré, France Inter en grève », L'Humanité, 28 juin 2007