French provocateur Bertrand Mandico goes on a oneiric journey with Elina Löwensohn as the unorthodox guide in another gender- and genre-bending fauvistic fantasy.
Paris. 1984. Les Rascals are a gang of five life long friends. A diverse group, they are made up of two white French boys and one Cambodian French lad. Then there is Ruddy, the one Black French boy, and...
Quarxx directed; Ophélia Kolb, Hugo Dillon, and Arben Bajraktaraj star in 'three supernatural stories about the gruesome exploration of lost souls and the tragedy of everyday life.'
Charlotte Gainsbourg stars in a family drama set in 1980s Paris, directed by Mikhaël Hers.
British director Ken Loach unveiled the final film of his decades-long career at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival.
Sandra Hüller stars in a courtroom drama, directed by French filmmaker Justine Triet.
Chinese director Wang Bing makes his Cannes Competition debut with a stunning, expansive work about China's youth working in the country's garment industry.
Fleur Geffrier and Yamashita Tomohisa star in the swirling dramatic series, created by Quoc Dang Tran, now streaming on Apple TV+.
Piseth Chhun stars in Kavich Neang's feature directorial debut, set in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Melissa Barrera and Paul Mescal sing and dance in choreographer-turned-director Benjamin Millepied's debut feature.
Felix van Gronigen and Charlotte Vandermeersch directed; Luca Marinelli and Alessandro Borghi star in an an affecting epic tale of male friendship that is quite rare to see in films these days.
A new film by Quentin Dupieux.
Now on Blu-ray from Radiance.
Showcasing the best of contemporary French films, this year's Rendez-Vous with French Cinema features 21 features from old masters to newcomers, including new films by Philippe and Louis Garrel, Arnaud Desplechin, Dominik Moll, Patricia Mazuy and Léa Mysius. Though I...
Director Fabrice Du Welz's horror nightmare, newly remastered, is now in theaters, ahead of its VOD release.
Vincent Cassel and Eva Green star in the superb suspense series from Apple TV+.
This balanced piece of key art from design house Silenzio taps all the photography basics. Rule of thirds? Check. Bokeh? Check. Implied motion with low shutter speed? Check. In the digital-layer decades of over-processed, and cluttered, movie posters, the French,...
Léa Seydoux and Pascal Greggory star in a new film written and directed by Mia Hansen-Løve.
"That's why I say sometimes that cinema saved my life. Because cinema brought me back to the present. It made me enjoy the moments. It made me feel more rooted, thanks to the intensity of making films."
Directed by Claire Denis, the political-intrigue drama stars Margaret Qualley and Joe Alwyn.