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Fabien Lemercier


7497 articles available in total starting from 02/07/2002. Last article published on 27/01/2020.

Review: This Is Not a Burial, It's a Resurrection

Review: This Is Not a Burial, It's a Resurrection

Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese’s first fiction feature is an inspired and bewitching work on the border between realism and myth, ethnography and onirism  

27/01 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness

Review: Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness

In his second feature, a largely European majority production, Iranian filmmaker Massoud Bakhshi creates a redoubtable and thrilling TV procedural with a female touch  

27/01 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Identifying Features

Review: Identifying Features

The first feature film by Mexico’s Fernanda Valadez is a very well-directed road movie, following a mother in search of her missing son who disappeared en route to the US  

24/01 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Arte France Cinéma throws its weight behind Tarik Saleh’s Boy from Heaven

Arte France Cinéma throws its weight behind Tarik Saleh’s Boy from Heaven

The upcoming opus by Albert Serra and the feature debut by Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet will also be co-produced by the French-German channel’s film arm  

24/01 | Production | Funding | France

France’s tax credits are producing extremely positive results

France’s tax credits are producing extremely positive results

The CNC has unveiled its annual report on the regional impact of film, audiovisual and international tax credits, which prove very positive for activity and jobs  

23/01 | Production | Funding | France

Golda Maria to be showcased at the Berlinale

Golda Maria to be showcased at the Berlinale

A GoGoGo Films and Agat Films production sold by mk2 Films, Patrick and Hugo Sobelman’s documentary will enjoy its world premiere in the Berlinale Special line-up  

23/01 | Production | Funding | France

Review: The Breitner Commando

Review: The Breitner Commando

Intense violence, cruelty, ideals and betrayals run rife in screenwriter-cum-director Abdel Raouf Dafri’s first feature film, which follows a commando on a mission at the height of the Algerian War  

22/01 | Films | Reviews | France

Les Misérables crowned French critics’ winner

Les Misérables crowned French critics’ winner

Ladj Ly’s work takes home the title of Best French Film for 2019, while Matthieu Bareyre’s documentary Young and Alive is named Best First Film  

21/01 | Festivals | Awards | France

Biarritz's FIPADOC kicks off tomorrow

Biarritz's FIPADOC kicks off tomorrow

The festival opens its new, exclusively documentarian identity in this rich edition boasting 172 titles, which is set to unspool 21 - 26 January in the French city, with a focus on Sweden  

20/01 | Festivals | Awards | France

Premiers Plans still on a mission to fight for the future of cinema

Premiers Plans still on a mission to fight for the future of cinema

Young European talents are firmly in the spotlight at the 32nd edition of the Angers-based festival, which unspools from 17-26 January with Juliette Binoche chairing the main jury  

17/01 | Festivals | Awards | France