Cinema

Cinema
Midnight in Paris by Woody Allen

In early February, it was announced that Fifty Shades Darker – the sequel to the high-grossing erotic drama Fifty Shades of Grey – would be shot in Paris. The filming of the sequel is said to be taking...
Parapluies Sauvagnat, 1966

Trekking to Paris? Pondering the purchase of a parapluie? Well, bonjour from the shady side. Since the age of five, I’ve been mad about parasols and umbrellas. After all, I’m from Baltimore—home of the...
Benjamin Millepied

Malheureusement, all good things must come to an end: The end of the circumflex in certain French words, the end of the Lost Generation (the 1920s Paris expat literary group that counted Hemingway and Joyce...
Clown bento teatime at the Mandarin Oriental Paris

Prior to today's release of Roschdy Zem’s new French film, “Chocolat”, news spread fast about the movie starring Omar Sy. Thankfully the billboard’s image of a clown dispels any confusion with the previous film about...
Still of François Cluzet and Omar Sy in The Intouchables

The glory that is the French cinema matches the diversity of France in general. Gone are the pre-Nouvelle Vague days (and for that matter post-Nouvelle Vague days) when French movies might entertain or provoke...
Studio 28

Paris boasts hundreds of movie theaters showing films of every genre, epoch, and country. If you want, you can come here and keep up on the latest Hollywood product (sometimes even before its U.S....