french film

Once again we look into the cinematic mirror to see what we can learn about the human condition. A new French film, My King, recently opened in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and other cities.
The beautiful and poignant film "Tomorrow" by Cyril Dion and Melanie Laurent is Solutions Focused Therapy for the planet
"All my life I've felt like I was here and somewhere else at the same time," says Weronika in Kryzysztof Kieslowski's film, The Double Life of Veronique. 10 years ago when I first watched this film, I didn't have enough life experience to truly understand the depth of her statement.
Oscar winner Sidney Poitier proclaimed, "I am the me I choose to be." Cesar winning actor Omar Sy has chosen well.
"I began thinking about making something in 3D that can only be in 3D," Aragno told HuffPost. "3D means two images, one left
A scene from Jean-Luc Godard's latest film "Goodbye To Language."
For those who do not already know about it, the City of Lights, City of Angels (COLCOA) Film Festival is one of the great treasures of Los Angeles. Including seventeen U.S. premieres this year, COLCOA is an eclectic array of French movies highlighting the finest talents in French cinema.
In French director/co-screenwriter Catherine Corsini's latest film, Three Worlds, three disparate characters -- Al, Juliette and Vera -- cross paths in the aftermath of a tragic car accident on the streets of Paris.
Charcot's interventions with Augustine run the gamut -- from gentle, sensuous spoon-feedings to physical torture using a device of his own invention, known as the ovary compressor.
Michael Haneke's Amour, a French-language film nominated for five Oscars, chronicles an aging French couple struggling with the wife's slew of physical and mental health problems.
Holy Motors is an extraordinary acting tour de force, a filmic reverie whose real topic is film history and the film medium itself -- in this sense it is wholly self-referential.
If you are new to the world of slit scan photography, this bizarre video is a pretty good introduction. In it, French filmmakers
Some day there will probably be an American version of this story. We can only hope that the magic of this story of hope can be captured. For now the original is my choice for best film of the year.
People know that I have a great love for cinema. Not just for commercial cinema, but for the "cinema d'auteur." But to me, two of the great "auteurs" are actually actors and they both happen to be French.
The incomparable Juliette Binoche is riveting in the new film, Elles. Every emotion, no matter how subtle, registers on that alabaster visage; one minute you're laughing with her, the next she's breaking your heart.
Suffice to say, with Jean Dujardin winning the Oscar for his role in The Artist, all eyes are on France now; will they be able to repeat that success with films crossing the pond this year, like Cloclo and The Intouchables
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2012-03-02-Screenshot20120302at3.54.21PM.jpgIf you can't take advantage of the festival's NYC-based screenings, many of these films have a good shot at being picked up for U.S. theatrical and online distribution.