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139 articles available in total starting from 12/06/2002. Last article published on 06/12/2018.

Together for Haneke

Together for Haneke

Austrian director examines the "hidden" and unsavoury repercussions of the Algerian War of the early 60s in Caché starring Daniel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche  

06/11/2002 | Films | France

In Lear’s kingdom

Jean-Luc Godard’s King Lear is finally screened, 15 years after it was made. The distribution was stopped in 1987  

05/11/2002 | Films | France

Ozon’s women seduce America

Following its European success, 8 women by François Ozon is winning over the American market too. According to Unifrance, the film has already grossed over Dollars1.2million (Euros 1.2million) in...  

11/10/2002 | Films | France

Depardieu/Reno

Depardieu/Reno

Two of French cinema's acting icons join forces for the very first time in a new comedy directed by Francis (The Closet) Verber  

08/10/2002 | Films | France

Crimson Rivers flow again

Following the international success of The Crimson Rivers, Luc Besson has written the screenplay and Olivier Dahan will direct the sequel  

26/09/2002 | Films | France

Spanish audiences love Gallic movies

The number of French films being released in Spain continues to grow. The San Sebastian International Film Festival, the traditional gateway to the Iberian market, has seen its international...  

23/09/2002 | Films | France

For a fistful of wasps

Florent Emilio Siri, considered to be French cinema's heir to Sergio Leone, presents his second feature at EuropaCinema  

23/09/2002 | Films | France

Autumn with Blanche

Despite the recent fall in French film attendance, Bernie Bonvoisin’s new swashbuckling historical adventure, Blanche, has all the ingredients to attract audiences in their masses. A scheming...  

18/09/2002 | Films | France

Americans love French films

French films continue to do excellent business in America and their popularity amongst major north-American buyers at the recent Venice and Toronto film festivals only confirms that. In Venice,...  

16/09/2002 | Films | France

2 baby tigers looking for love

After The Bear, it’s the turn of the tigers. The French filmmaker Jean-Jacques Annaud will be starting shooting in Cambodia on his new feature filmTwo Brothers in October. The story tells the...  

12/09/2002 | Films | France

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