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Valentin Valentin by Pascal Thomas

The film opens with the discovery of Valentin’s dead body (Vincent Rottiers) in a park in an eastern suburb of Paris. Valentin was living alone in an apartment building filled with an assortment of...

, 11/02/2015 08:00

Special events during the FFAST

The opening ceremony was a success on Tuesday at the Cinema l’Arlequin in Paris. Discover the next events that are about to spice up the Festival!

, 06/02/2015 17:13

The South Asian Transgressive Film Festival in Paris

A French association has decided to promote the South Asian Cinema in France. A Film Festival specially dedicated to Cinema from the Indian subcontinent (Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India and ...

, 27/01/2015 09:28

La Famille Bélier – Eric Lartigau

Eric Lartigau’s La Famille Bélier has barely opened in cinemas in France and is already being hailed as THE French film of 2014. This is a feelgood movie à la française which piles on the schtick i...

, 21/01/2015 08:48

Une Nouvelle Amie (The New Girlfriend) – François Ozon

After the award winning Jeune et Jolie, which was in competition for the coveted Palme d’Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, François Ozon again explores sexuality with the noirish-drama, Une Nouv...

, 17/11/2014 16:19

Bande de Filles – Céline Sciamma

Widely praised at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Céline Sciamma’s Bande de Filles lives up to expectations with an emotionally-charged, vibrant tale of four young women living in one of France’s...

, 14/11/2014 15:23

Geronimo – Tony Gatlif

The opening scene of a young woman in a wedding dress running for her life sets the tone of Tony Gatlif’s Geronimo, a high-energy, vibrant story of clan rivalry set in the south of France. The dir...

, 03/11/2014 10:02

Tu Veux ou Tu Veux Pas – Tonie Marshall

It’s hard to believe the award winning director of Vénus Beauté (institut) is the same person behind the lazy, romantic comedy Tu Veux ou Tu Veux Pas, a train-crash of a film which stretches credib...

, 26/10/2014 08:38

Papa was not a Rolling Stone – Sylvie Ohayon

For her first outing as director Sylvie Ohayon has adapted her autobiographical novel, Papa was not a Rolling Stone, to the big screen. It’s a coming-of-age film set in the notorious 4000 housing e...

, 17/10/2014 20:17
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