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French Film Review: Radin! Starring Dany Boon

Dany Boon stars as 40-something miser extraordinaire François Gautier in this 2016 comedy directed by Fred Cavayé, whose English title is Penny Pincher! François is...

French Film Review: L’Aranacoeur Directed by Pascal Chaumeil

What’s not to love about this movie? As far as rom-coms go, it’s got all the essential ingredients: beautiful people in beautiful places; hilariously...

Film Review: Le Jeu, Directed by Fred Cavayé

The clever plotline of this movie, which is available on Netflix, is woven out of a very simple conceit. A group of friends get...

French Film Review: By the Grace of God, Directed by François...

Based on the child-abuse scandal still rocking France, By the Grace of God is a harrowing and downright nauseating account of three men's quest...

French Film Reviews: Mon Garçon, Starring Guillaume Canet

Mad with anguish and guilt following his son Mathys's abduction, Julien embarks on a vigilante-style mission to track down his child and bring his...

Sacramento French Film Festival

Featuring the hottest new releases along with classics and short films, Sacramento's annual festival is a favourite with French movie buffs. Stick around for...

COLCOA French Film Festival – 2017 Dates Announced

The Franco-American Cultural Fund has announced the dates for the COLCOA French Film Festival’s 21st anniversary. The largest showcase in the world dedicated to French...

“Save Short Film If You Can”: The 29th International Short Film...

There’s no red carpet. The nicest hotel in town is the new Mercure, a chain going for €133 a night at the peak of...

42nd Deauville American Film Festival

The 42nd American Film Festival, returns to Deauville this summer. Since 1975 the American film festival has presented  a selection of a hundred or so...

Jean-Pierre Jeunet: Master of Magical Stories

Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s unique style has made him one of the most successful French film directors of the last quarter-century. Both a critical and box office...