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Film Review: Tout S’est Passé Bien, Directed by François Ozon

Writer Manue (Sophie Marceau) receives a phone call from her sister Pascale (Géraldine Pailhas) to say their father (André Dussollier) has had a stroke...

Film Review: Les Olympiades, Directed by Jacques Audiard

Set in Paris’s 13th arrondissement, Les Olympiades (named after the complex of towers in the middle of the 13th) is a thoroughly 21st-century love...

French Film Review: Annette, Directed by Leos Carax

It took seven years of toing and froing between Paris and Los Angeles for Leos Carax and pop duo The Sparks to finesse the...

French Film Review: La Vérité, Directed by Hirokazu Koreeda

The true joy of this film is the double treat of Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche, each commanding the screen while managing never to...

French Film Review: Madame Claude

Sassy, smart and blatantly sexy, this is an energetic thrill-ride through the exploits of real-life society madam Madame Claude. It’s 1960s Paris and Fernande...

French Film Review: La Vie Scolaire

Crack open the popcorn and head over to Netflix for this critically-acclaimed, award-winning slice of French school life. The comedy-drama tells the tale of...

French Film Review: Doubles Vies, Directed by Olivier Assayas

Concerned about the digital revolution, literary editor Alain Danielson (Guillaume Canet) refuses to publish his long-time author Léonard Spiegel’s (Vincent Macaigne) latest auto-fiction offering....

French Cinema: Profile of Actress Catherine Deneuve

She was the original ice blonde and has gone on to become one of France's most respected actresses. Allow us to introduce you to...

French Film Review: Antoinette Dans Les Cévennes

School teacher Antoinette, played by the fabulous Laure Calamy of Call My Agent! fame, is looking forward to a romantic getaway with her lover...

French Film Review: Les Choses Qu’on Dit, Les Choses Qu’on Fait

Positively dripping with awards nominations (it was nominated for 13 Césars, the most of any film this year, clinching an award, as well as...