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‘Le Temps des Forêts’ documentary explores one of France and the world’s most important environmental problems, winning the Grand Prix at the Locarno festival...

Don’t miss our one-night-only Dance & Movie night! On Sunday September 23, we’re bringing you the new French dance film ‘Break’ with a live...

Newly released French bittersweet comedy, ‘Roulez Jeunesse’ follows the charismatic Eric Judor as a surrogate father, struggling with his newly found parenthood. On Friday...

La Fete du Cinema organised by the Centre National du Cinema, celebrates cinema in a series of events across France. For four days from...

Director Xavier Dolan is considered a prodigy in France. At 25-years-old and with several Cannes prizes already under his belt, he’s being hailed as...

Ever since her acclaimed first film Petits arrangements avec les morts, Pascale Ferran has been considered one of the French cinema’s most gifted filmmakers,...

Beginning May 14, the Cannes Film Festival enveloped southern France for twelve days. The festival welcomed a plethora of films, both stinkers and winners....

Les Garçons et Guillaume à Table (literally The Boys and Guillaume, At the Table) did very healthy box office in France and won the...

Week Ends, directed by Anne Villacèque, serves up not just a slice of French life, but several of them, during one married couple’s trials...

There are many iconic names in the fashion capital of the world, but Yves Saint Laurent was more than a name. His YSL logo...

Jim Broadbent is Nick Burrows, a foppish schoolteacher from Birmingham. His wife, Meg (Lindsay Duncan), is unhappy in their relationship. It’s their anniversary. So, they escape...

Sandrine Kiberlain, one of the greatest French actresses of her generation, is a wonder to behold, even physically. With a long narrow face, large,...