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Cinema La Pagode in 1977

One fail-safe way to escape summer heat is by dipping into an air-conditioned movie theater. Fortunately, Paris has many delightful (and chilled) cinemas to...

Jean-Luc Godard has been making films his own way for about 60 years, ever since Une Histoire d’Eau (A Story of Water), the documentary...

Maestro is a film you want to like, but almost can’t, because it tries too hard. It has a nice, original concept: Henri Renaud,...

The French export small, intense intimiste films, but for local consumption they go crazy for broad comedies like Bienvenue Chez Les Ch’tis and Intouchables....

Suzanne was one of 2013’s best films but also one of the most overlooked (including by this reviewer). Winning the best supporting actress César...

Comment J’ai Detesté Les Maths (literally How I Hated Math), the amusing new documentary directed by Olivier Peyon comes at a very à propos...

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...

Arnaud Desplechin is one of the French cinema’s best-kept—but most highly regarded—secrets. He’s not an avant-garde director, but his challenging films (Esther Kahn, Rois...

The Cinématheque Française is a unique institution—there’s nothing quite like it anywhere else. It’s a repository of France’s cinematic heritage, whose screenings have provided...

Cinéma refers not only to movies, but to the movie experience: sitting in a darkened room with a crowd of people in front...

It’s hard to believe that Alain Resnais, the great director of such classics as Hiroshima, Mon Amour and Last Year at Marienbad is still...

Movie-going is always very special in Paris, with its hundreds of theatres featuring every conceivable genre, but perhaps the most unique ...