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

Oh La La Pauline!: When family intimacy becomes documentary

Oh La La Pauline!: When family intimacy becomes documentary

The debut feature film by young French director Emilie Brisavoine catapults us into the private sphere of an unconventional family  

27/11/2015 | Films | France

Where There is Shade: A visceral and liberating scream

Where There is Shade: A visceral and liberating scream

Nathan Nicholovich’s engaging and powerful second feature film won the Reflet d’Or at the Geneva International Film Festival Tous Ecrans  

19/11/2015 | Films | France

Microbe et Gasoil: A fountain of youth for Michel Gondry

Microbe et Gasoil: A fountain of youth for Michel Gondry

This outstanding film from the whimsical French director on the friendship and misfortunes of two young teenagers is refreshing, funny and touching  

07/07/2015 | Films | France

April and the Extraordinary World: a clever, wild and modern adventure

April and the Extraordinary World: a clever, wild and modern adventure

The winner of the Crystal for Best Feature Film at Annecy is an original and highly successful creation, which animates the cartoonist’s world in a playful yet subtle way  

23/06/2015 | Films | France

Los Hongos: street culture as a movement for social change

Los Hongos: street culture as a movement for social change

Oscar Ruiz Navia’s sophomore effort was the big winner at this year’s REC Tarragona, going home with three separate awards  

22/12/2014 | Films | Colombia/France/Argentina/Germany

Las niñas Quispe or solitary life at a high altitude

Las niñas Quispe or solitary life at a high altitude

Sebastián Sepúlveda’s debut film was warmly welcomed by audiences at the Cinelatino film festival, where it was given the Rail d’Oc award  

01/04/2014 | Films | Chile/France/Argentina

Yves Saint Laurent: the life story of a fashion icon

Yves Saint Laurent: the life story of a fashion icon

A classic biopic with no rough edges signed by Jalil Lespert and carried by the talent of Pierre Niney and Guillaume Gallienne  

07/01/2014 | Films | France

The Marchers: A historical film that speaks in the present

The Marchers: A historical film that speaks in the present

Halfway between a historic film and a present day tale, the second feature by Nabil Ben Yadir tells the story of an adventure filled with solidarity and a sadly biter tone.  

15/11/2013 | Films | France

Domestic Life: Women on the edge of bourgeois despair

Domestic Life: Women on the edge of bourgeois despair

24 hours in the lives of several mothers in their forties in an affluent neighbourhood. A sharp portrait signed Isabelle Czajka and a brilliant Emmanuelle Devos  

02/10/2013 | Films | France

La Sirga returns in Toulouse

La Sirga returns in Toulouse

After his participation in "Cinéma en développement" in 2010 and the "Cinéma en construction" prize won in 2012, William Vega presented his first feature film last night at the 25th Cinélatino...  

21/03/2013 | Films | Colombia/France/Mexico

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