Camping (2006 film)

Camping is a 2006 French comedy film directed by Fabien Onteniente. Two sequels have been made, Camping 2 in 2010 and Camping 3 in 2016.

Film poster
Directed byFabien Onteniente
Produced byPatrick Godeau
Françoise Galfré
Written byEmanuel Booz
Franck Dubosc
Philippe Guillard
Fabien Onteniente
StarringFranck Dubosc
Gérard Lanvin
Mathilde Seigner
Antoine Duléry
Claude Brasseur
Mylène Demongeot
Christine Citti
Frédérique Bel
Music byFrédéric Botton
CinematographyJérôme Robert
Edited byVincent Tabaillon
Nicole Saunier
Distributed byPathé
Release date
  • 26 April 2006 (2006-04-26)
Running time
95 minutes
Budget$15.9 million
Box office$36 million[1]


August 1 of each year, many families are camping at Blue Waves, in Arcachon, on the Atlantic coast. Barbecues, thongs, pastis, volleyball encounter with naturists, are of course part of the baggage of the campers. Escapist desires to Shogun (the local disco) are pressing. Once again this reunion could have been nice if this year does not accumulate unforeseen.


  • Franck Dubosc as Patrick Chirac
  • Gérard Lanvin as Michel Saint-Josse
  • Mathilde Seigner as Sophie Gatineau
  • Antoine Duléry as Paul Gatineau
  • Claude Brasseur as Jacky Pic
  • Mylène Demongeot as Laurette Pic
  • Christine Citti as Madame Chatel
  • Frédérique Bel as Christy Bergougnoux
  • François Levantal as Boyer
  • Armonie Sanders as Vanessa Saint-Josse
  • Laurent Olmedo as The 37
  • Abbes Zahmani as Mendez
  • Edéa Darcque as Sidy Mendez
  • Chaka Ressiga as Ari Mendez
  • Noémie Elbaz as Jessica
  • Michael Hofland as Cornelius
  • Ida Techer as Cornelia
  • Charlie Barde as Aurélie Gatineau
  • Eliott Parillaud as Sébastien Gatineau
  • Béatrice Costantini as Madame de Brantes
  • Dominique Orsolle as Madame Ballot
  • Geneviève Geulin as Madame Bigoudis
  • Emmanuelle Galabru as Séverine
  • Maxime Labet as Manu
  • Ari Vatanen as Himself


2006 Hamburg Film Festival Audience Award Fabien Onteniente Nominated
NRJ Ciné Award Best Comedy Film Fabien Onteniente Won
Best Counterpart Franck Dubosc Won


  1. "Camping (2006)". Retrieved 3 October 2017.

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