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Le Gaigne Shutting their tiny side-street bistro in Le Marais, behind Le BHV, Mickaël and Aurelie Gaignon re-launch Le Gaigne on rue de Vienne, in...

Jean Seberg’s voice calls out, shrill and clear above the swelling orchestral score those lines that have been etched in the mind of cinema...

A meeting of two monstres sacrés of French cinema is always fun, but when one is Fabrice Luchini the match seems destined to be...

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

Rust and Bone was released while still in competition at the Cannes film festival. In Paris it garnered mostly superlative reviews and long lines,...

An American seeing Mince Alors, a new comedy about dieting, may be most interested in checking out the French take on losing weight. This...

Polisse: City of Light—The Dark Side Americans might wonder about a French movie that wants to recreate the urban grit of Michael Mann’s thrillers or TV...

Présumé Coupable: J’Accuse! Presumed Guilty (Présumé Coupable) is a film one can only speak of in strong terms. It is not an uplifting film, but...

The film begins as a lugubrious family drama. Paul de Marseul (Niels Arestrup) is a distinguished vintner in the St-Emilion region, so renowned he...

My Bitchy Witchy Paris Vacation is a film that examines mother-daughter family dynamics; however, the mom is menopausal, one daughter is very pregnant and the...