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6518 articles available in total starting from 17/05/2002. Last article published on 13/08/2020.

Night of the Kings set for the Venice Film Festival showcase

Night of the Kings set for the Venice Film Festival showcase

A Banshee Films production sold by Memento, Philippe Lacôte’s second feature film will be unveiled on the Lido within the Orizzonti line-up  

13/08 | Production | Funding | France/Ivory Coast/Canada/Senegal

Audrey Estrougo dives into the world of rap with Suprêmes

Audrey Estrougo dives into the world of rap with Suprêmes

The director is shooting a Nord-Ouest Films production sold by WTFilms on the early days of French hip hop band NTM, starring Théo Christine and Sandor Funtek in the roles of JoeyStarr and Kool Shen  

12/08 | Production | Funding | France/Belgium

François Favrat’s Compagnons enters into post-production

François Favrat’s Compagnons enters into post-production

The director has just wrapped filming on his new work, a Soyouz Films production sold by Elle Driver and starring Najaa Bensaid, Pio Marmaï and Agnès Jaoui  

11/08 | Production | Funding | France

Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet is filming Les amours d’Anaïs

Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet is filming Les amours d’Anaïs

Anaïs Demoustier, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi and Denis Podalydès lead the cast of the filmmaker’s first full-length work, a Les Films Pelléas and Année Zéro production sold by Be For Films  

10/08 | Production | Funding | France

Christophe Blanc  • Director of Just Kids

Interview: Christophe Blanc • Director of Just Kids

"It's a kind of melodramatic teen movie"

Christophe Blanc tells us about his film Just Kids, centred on siblings in the grips of grief and freedom, released in French cinemas today  

05/08 | /France/Switzerland

Review: Just Kids

Review: Just Kids

Christophe Blanc explores with great psychological accuracy and formal inventiveness the journey of grieving siblings left to their own devices  

04/08 | Films | Reviews | France/Switzerland

Jean-Charles Hue  • Director of Tijuana Bible

Interview: Jean-Charles Hue • Director of Tijuana Bible

"The true necessity is to show these small miracles of love that can erupt from something terrifying"

French director Jean-Charles Hue tells us about the genesis of his new cinematic oddity, the English-language feature Tijuana Bible  

30/07 | /France/Mexico

Review: Tijuana Bible

Review: Tijuana Bible

France's Jean-Charles Hue tackles degeneration and redemption in the slums of the Mexican border town in his shocking, nigh-on documentary-like fiction film, starring a startling Paul Anderson  

29/07 | Films | Reviews | France/Mexico

Review: Welcome to the Jungle

Review: Welcome to the Jungle

A hare-brained immersion into French Guyana forms the focus of Hugo Benamozig and David Caviglioli’s first feature, following the tracks of Vincent Dedienne, Jonathan Cohen and Catherine Deneuve  

28/07 | Films | Reviews | France

Review: J’ai aimé vivre là

Review: J’ai aimé vivre là

Régis Sauder delivers a captivating journey into the past and the present of the new town of Cergy-Pontoise, traversed by its anonymous inhabitants and the fascinating writings of Annie Ernaux  

24/07 | FIDMarseille 2020

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