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Gemma Bovery – Anne Fontaine

Fabrice Luchini (The Women on the 6th Floor, In the House) is one of France’s most versatile actors working in both film and theatre and moving from comedy to the Classics with consummate ease. His...

, 28/09/2014 20:34

Hippocrate – Thomas Lilti

Thomas Lilti’s Hippocrate is a warts-and-all look at the life of a junior doctor starting his career as an intern in a Parisian hospital and it’s a damning portrait of what is often reputed to be t...

, 26/09/2014 11:38

Maintenant ou Jamais – Serge Frydman

Serge Frydman’s Maintenant ou Jamais (Now or Never) is a love story disguised as a thriller with a touch of social commentary thrown in for good measure. While there’s plenty of heat between the tw...

, 16/09/2014 11:35

SMS – Gabriel Julien-Laferrière

Gabriel Julien-Laferrière’s first outing as director with the 2009 tepid comedy Neuilly Sa Mère was a domestic box-office success. It’s taken him five years to return to the big screen with an adap...

, 27/08/2014 10:44

Le Beau Monde – Julie Lopes-Curval

Le Beau Monde, Julie Lopes-Curval’s fourth outing as director, is a dreary coming-of-age film which casts the net wide in a bid to cover several issues only to fall on well-trodden ground. Her firs...

, 18/08/2014 09:59

L’Homme qu’on aimait trop (In the Name of my Daughter) – André Téchiné

he jury is still out on whether a film based on an unsolved mystery that has captivated French media for over 30 years will be appreciated by audiences outside the Hexagon. This could be why André ...

, 23/07/2014 10:08

Du Goudron et des Plumes (Patchwork Family) – Pascal Rabaté

Sami Bouajila excels in Pascal Rabaté’s Du Goudron et des Plumes, a touching morality tale set in provincial France which glances against several contemporary issues while retaining a sense of humo...

, 14/07/2014 13:02

L’Ex de Ma Vie – Dorothée Sebbagh

L’Ex de Ma Vie is a flat, uninspired romantic comedy by Dorothée Sebbagh, a graduate of the prestigious Paris film school La Femis who, judging by her output to date, is struggling to hit winning f...

, 14/07/2014 12:46

La Ritournelle (Paris Follies) – Marc Fitoussi

After the success of Copacabana in 2010, director Mark Fitoussi rejoins Isabelle Huppert in La Ritournelle, a charming, easy-going tale of love among the haystacks – or in this case cattle-breeder...

, 18/06/2014 11:51

Sous Les Jupes des Filles (Very Bad Girls) – Audrey Dana

Dana, who co-wrote the script, directs a series of loosely interrelated tales of 11 women all at a crossroads in life.  She has clearly sat down and wrote a list of contemporary female issues ...

, 09/06/2014 12:15
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