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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

On a failli être amies – Anne Le Ny

For her fourth outing as director Anne Le Ny brings to the big screen a charming, romantic comedy based on one of the staples of French cinema – the love triangle. (Le Ny was Yvonne in the huge Fr...

, 30/06/2014 10:45

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

La Liste de Mes Envies – Didier Le Pêcheur

Who would have thought a film about winning more than 18 million euros on the lottery could be so melancholy and, frankly, downright tedious? But director Didier Le Pêcheur has turned the best-sell...

, 03/06/2014 11:39

Cannes Film Festival: Adieu Au Language – Jean-Luc Godard

It’s been 54 years since veteran Franco-Swiss director Jean-Luc Godard wowed audiences with Breathless simultaneously introducing international cinemagoers to the French New Wave and launching the ...

, 26/05/2014 14:49

Cannes Film Festival: Deux Jours, Une Nuit – Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne

Film critics were virtually unanimous in praise of Deux Jours, Une Nuit by Belgian directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne after an in-competition screening at the Cannes film festival on Tuesday. A...

, 22/05/2014 10:09

Cannes Film Festival – La Chambre Bleue – Mathieu Amalric

chambrebleue.jpg After taking Best Director’s prize at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival with the burlesque On Tour, actor/director Mathieu Amalric is back on La Croisette with an adaptation of fell...

, 19/05/2014 10:03
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