Films

In theatres on 06/19/2019

Films
17 June 2019

Le Daim

King of Comedy

Quentin Dupieux rejuvenates French comedy... A look back to an unusual director's career, on the occasion of the release of his new film.

July 5th in cinemas

Films
11 June 2019

Piranhas

Forbidden Games

Silver Bear at Berlin and Jury Prize at the Beaune International Police Film Festival, the Claudio Giovannesi film, adapted from the Roberto Saviano best-seller, is a rude dive on a…

July 5 on cinemas

Films
7 June 2019

Zombi Child

The Boredom of the Living Dead

Theoric movie and sometimes abstract, the new Bertrand Bonello proposes a different vision of zombies that have burst upon the Croisette. Explanations.

In theatres on 06/05/2019

Films
4 June 2019

Parasite

A family business

Palme d’Or at Cannes Festival in 2019, the film directed by South-Korean Bong Joon-Ho is a joyful and clever cop comedy.

June 5th on cinemas

Films
4 June 2019

The City of Fear

Is it the best film of the Cannes Film Festival ?

At the end of this 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival and of a Giant Carioca near the Palace of Festivals and Conferences, The City of Fear is back in…

Cannes 2019: Official Selection

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3 June 2019

Jean-Michel Blais

Matthias & Maxime

Jean-Michel Blais composed the music for Xavier Dolan’s new film. We met him at the SACEM meetings in Cannes for talk to us about his work with the little prodigy…

Cannes 2019: Un Certain Regard

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3 June 2019

On A Magical Night

Chiara Mastroianni, Honor(ed)

Christophe Honoré's favourite actress has won the Best Performance Prize from the Un certain regard committee at the Cannes Film Festival for her role in On A Magical Night. Portrait of a modern…

Cannes 2019: Official selection

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24 May 2019

Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood

Golden Age

In his lastest movie, Quentin Tarantino takes us on the Hollywood planet of the 1960s and doesn't hesitate to wake up the dead. The result ? A movie with a…

Cannes 2019: Official selection

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23 May 2019

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Hailed at the Cannes Film Festival, Céline Sciamma's newest movie is one of those that soaks the eye and the heart. Let's go back to this burning drama that could have…

Cannes 2019 : A Certain Look

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22 May 2019

Freedom

Interview

Albert Serra’s films are inspired by Sade, Casanova or Dracula… In Freedom, he films the forest at night and imagines a libertine orgy in the time of Louis XV. We met…

Cannes 2019 : ACID

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21 May 2019

Camila Morrone

Interview

She's on the bill Mickey and the Bear and at Di Caprio's side at Cannes. She talks about her role in Anabelle Attanasio's first film. The one of the young Mickey Peck, who…

In theatres on 05/15/2019

Films
19 May 2019

Long Shot (séduis-moi si tu peux)

What women think

Don't judge a film by its title, it's not yet another romantic pseudo-comedy. It's better, much better.

On June 19 in cinemas

Films
19 May 2019

Nevada

Wild Wild West

First film of the french Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, Nevada is a modern western to the bitter and staggering beauty. Display.

On 04/24/2019 on Arte

Films
13 May 2019

The Image Book

A Film by Godard about Godard… For Godard ?

Awarded with a special Palme d'Or during 2018 Cannes Festival, The Image Book directed by Jean-Luc Godard shows us Godard's different faces, which created the character he is today. Here's our…

On 04/10/2019 in theatres

Films
7 May 2019

Birds of passage

Anti-Narcos

We know narcos by heart. But what was there before? Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra come back to the origins of evil in Birds of passage, Wayuu Indians' crazy epic

In theatres on 05/08/2019

Films
7 May 2019

Retour de flamme

50 years old, instruction manual

Film. Comedy about mid-life crisis at fifty, new Juan Vera's Argentinian film freshens the genre with humor.

May 1st on cinemas

Films
2 May 2019

Gloria Bell

Always Moore

With this chronic of a lonely woman on a disco vintage background. Sebastian Lelio (Oscar of the best foreign film with A Fantastic Woman) offers a tailor-made role to Julianne Moore. Display.

On 04/03/2019 in theatres

Films
17 April 2019

Tel Aviv On Fire

Hummus Fever

Sameh Zoabi's comedy ingeniously mixes humour and an involved look over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Explanations.

In theatres on 04/03/2019

Films
17 April 2019

L’héritage des 500 000

Treasure hunt

Toshiro Mifune's only film, Kurosawa's favourite actor, is an efficient thriller which slowly turns into a moral tale. A unic film never seen again since it came out in 1963.

In theatres on 03/27/2019

Films
17 April 2019

C’est ça l’amour

Everything is better in the East

Emotional chronicle of a family rebuilding itself who defies stereotypes. Claire Burger's film received the Crystal Arrow at Les Arcs European Cinema Festival, while Bouli Lanners won the Best male…

On 04/16/2019 in theatres

Films
16 April 2019

Alone at my Wedding

Pamela is pig-headed

Introduced at Aubagne's International Film Festival, Marta Bergman's first fiction feature film has the same intimate tone than in her documentaries. A discovery.

In theatres on 03/27/2019

Films
29 March 2019

Sergio and Sergei

Lost in space

A cosmonaut stuck in space, a Cuban victim of the economic crisis... Ernesto Daranas' satirical and nostalgic comedy has an original point of view on the collapse of the Soviet…

Since 03/13/2019 in DVD/BLR

Films
27 March 2019

Chacal

Timeless 70’s thriller

A contract killer in charge of the murder of the general De Gaulle, a gripping suspense made by Fred Zinnemann (The Ballad of High Noon), a 70's gem to rediscover…

In theatres on 03/20/2019

Films
25 March 2019

Us

Let’s Talk about Us

Actors Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke tell Us the new horrific thriller directed by Jordan Peele, revealed by the amazing Get Out…

In theatres since 03/13/2019.

Films
19 March 2019

Schindler’s list

Steven Spielberg's ordeal and rebirth

On the occasion of the masterpiece's comeback, in restored version, let's focus on a high-risk experience from which the director barely emerged unscathed.

In theatres on 03/20/2019.

Films
19 March 2019

Sunset

The old world

Mannerist masterpiece or annoying author's delirium, the new film directed by Son of Saul's director divides people. Explanations.

On Netflix on 03/13/2019

Films
14 March 2019

Triple Frontier

With weapons, hatred and violence

A dream cast for the director who keeps proving he's essential to the American cinema. A master stroke for the VOD platform!

In theatres on 03/13/2019

Films
14 March 2019

The Death and Life of John F. Donovan

Desperately looking for Dolan

Not entirely a success but a lot of interesting ideas, The Death and Life of John F. Donovan directed by Xavier Dolan is the self-portrait of an artist who's still…

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8 March 2019

Women in cinema

«Feminists are right to be angry ! » Agnès Varda said in 2017 right after Weinstein sexual abuse allegations. In order to celebrate International Women's day and also on the occasion…

Since 02/22/2019 on Netflix

Films
8 March 2019

Paris is Us

Between documentary and experimental film, this full-length movie shows the turbulence of a couple at the pace of parties and marches in the capital.

In theatres on 03/06/2019

Films
8 March 2019

Funan

This cartoon immerses us in the heart of the Cambodian revolution, with a woman separated from her child by the Khmer Rouge. Denis Do's first full-length movie deals with human…

Films
6 March 2019

Rocketman 

Trailer. Dexter Fletcher, director (non-credit) of Bohemian Rhapsody comes back with a new musical biopic, Rocketman, this time dedicated to the British pop singer Elton John.

Since 02/12/2019 on Netflix

Films
6 March 2019

High Flying Birds 

Steven Soderbergh, is back with High Flying Birds, a movie about professional basketball that's part of a long-time partnership with the platform. Explanations.

In theatres on 02/20/2019

Films
6 March 2019

Le Chant du Loup

Immersed in the atmosphere of a nuclear submarine, Antonin Baudry's first full-length movie is a nonstandard action film with an amazing casting.

In theatres on 02/13/2019

Films
5 March 2019

VICE

Behind the story of Dick Chenney, vice-president of George W. Bush, Adam McKay’s movie is a damp squib thrown at Trump’s America. With 8 nominations for the Oscars, he already…

In theatres on 02/12/2019

Films
4 March 2019

Moi, maman, ma mère et moi

A bereaved brotherhood by the death of their mother, memories of a buried past and fights concerning the selling of their family home... A nice family picture !

On 02/01/2019 on Netflix

Films
4 March 2019

Velvet Buzzsaw

Presented during the Sundance Film Festival, the new film of Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler) is a satire of the contemporary Art world and turns into a horror movie without finding its…

In theatres on 02/13/2019

Films
4 March 2019

Night Comes On

Jury Award of the last Deauville Festival, the first movie of Jordana Spiro focuses on two sisters destiny, who come from the Philadelphia ghetto. Realistic and sensitive.

In theatres on 02/06/2019

Films
4 March 2019

My Beautiful Boy 

Inspired by a true story, Felix Van Groeningen, shows the irreductible love of a father for his addicted son.

In theatres on 02/06/2019

Films
4 March 2019

Love Streams

Love Streams comes back after the death of the director who revolutionised the American cinema. A chance to revisit a paradoxical filmography, between a eulogy to femininity and an obvious…

In theatres on 02/06/2019

Films
1 March 2019

Une Intime Conviction

The first movie directed by Antoine Raimbault reveals the complexity and diversity of human feelings through one of the legal affairs that has received the most media attention these past…

In theatres on 02/06/2019

Films
1 March 2019

The Favourite

Named ten times at the Oscars, the movie of Yórgos Lánthimos is a bleeding comedy on the woman power. With the incredibles Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz and Olivia Colman.

In theatres on 01/30/2019

Films
1 March 2019

The Place

Named six times at the David di Donatello Awards 2018 (equivalence of Italians Cesars), the second film of Paolo Genovese is a moral tale at the limit of the fantastic…

In theatres on 01/30/2019

Films
1 March 2019

L’Amour Debout

Learning story, the first movie of Michaël Dacheux looks at the Millennials with a fair and tender eye.

In theatres on 01/30/2019

Films
28 February 2019

Long Day’s Journey Into Night

A small jewel for pointy cinephiles and a technical tour de force in 3D, Bi Gan’s film reveals a director as ambitious as virtuoso.

In theatres on 01/30/2019

Films
25 February 2019

Sorry to Bother You

Between acerbic critic of digital capitalism and social satire well crazy, the first realisation of the rapper Boots Riley is an UFO !

In theatres on 01/30/2019

Films
20 February 2019

Pearl

It's a full immersion on the feminine bodybuilding world. A intriguing and colorful first movie, signed Elsa Amiel and interpreted by the surprising champion Julia Föry.

On 01/23/2019 in DVD.

Films
19 February 2019

The Sisters Brothers

The Jacques Audiard movie, awarded in Venice and selected 9 times at the Caesar, manages to reinvent the rules of the Western. Breathtaking !

In theatres on 01/23/2019

Films
19 February 2019

The Passerby

The last Romy Schneider 's film is being released in restaured version (Les Acacias). Concluing a long series of movie about nazism, the deutsch actress do a "mea-culpa" in beauty.

In theatres on 01/23/2019

Films
19 February 2019

L’ordre des médecins

Jérémie Renier is on display at L'Ordre des médecins, first sensitive and intimate movie in hospitals, signed by David Roux. Interview on the occasion of the Arcs Film Festival where…

In theatres on 01/23/2019

Films
18 February 2019

Another Day of Life

Between cartoon and documentary, this movie, in line of Waltz with Bashir, is a reflection on the war of beauty.

In theatres on 01/09/2019

Films
13 February 2019

El Angel

The magnetic Lorenzo Ferro embodies Carlitos, a serial killer and an evil angel which shook Argentina of 1970's. Terribly good !

In theatres on 01/23/2019

Films
22 January 2019

Green Book

Green Book, 2019 Golden Globe winner, takes us on the road with a african-american pianist and his italian-american driver. A mix between road-trip, an activist movie, a comedy and a…

In theatres on 01/16/2019

Films
16 January 2019

Glass

Continuation of Unbreakable and Split, Glass of Mr. Night Shyamalan sacrifice entertainment to theorical pleasure

On 12/14/2019 on Netflix

Films
15 January 2019

ROMA

First film of a VOD platform to receive a big price during a Festival (Lion d’or at the Mostra of Venise), Roma or the virtuoso landing of the Gravity’s director,…

In theatres on 01/16/2019

Films
15 January 2019

Doubles Vies

Fable about the culturel and the digital,  Non-fiction, directed by Olivier Assayas is more than the parisian marivaudage it seems to be. Explan

In theatres on 01/16/2019

Films
10 January 2019

A Golden Youth

Evocation of The Palace golden age by one of its muse, the Eva Ionesco's new film A Golden Youth is a great journey through the night. Interview.

In theatres on 12/12/2018

Films
10 December 2018

We, the coyotes

Hanna Ladoul and Marco La Via settled in Los Angeles, four and a half years ago with the idea of a feature film they designed pratically without budget. Explanations.

On 11/23/2018 in Blu-Ray

Films
3 December 2018

1900

While we learn about the death of director Bernardo Bertolucci, Wild Side reissues this classic restored in a flamboyant limited edition cabinet. Back on a fresco as fascinating as it…

In theatres on 12/05/2018

Films
3 December 2018

Leto

Cheered in Cannes, Leto tells the story of Rock birth in URSS in the 1980’s. While the director Kirill Serebrennikov is held prisoner in Moscou, find our interview of the…

On 12/06/2018 on TCM Cinema.

Films
29 November 2018

Douglas Trumbull, the magician

A documentary tells Douglas Trumbull, the man behind the special effects of the 2001 Space Odyssey or Blade Runner. Meeting with a visionary who, at 76, still wants to revolutionize…

In theatres on 11/28/2018

Films
28 November 2018

Diamantino

A crazy fable about populism and football that mocks Cristiano Ronaldo, Diamantino the Portuguese UFO awarded at Cannes.

In november on DVD / VOD

Films
26 November 2018

Nobody’s Watching

In Nobody's Watching, an Argentinean actor is lost in New York. Her director tells us a sensitive and funny film about cultural differences and Anglo-Saxons that never look in your…

On 11/28/2018 in DVD \ VOD.

Films
23 November 2018

Roulez Jeunesse

Roulez Jeunesse is a bit like Eric Judor's Tchao Pantin. In this critically acclaimed film, we discover his dramatic acting abilities... Between two bursts of laughter. Interview.

On 11/16/2018 on Netflix

Films
22 November 2018

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

In The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, the Coen brothers seek to capture the soul of the western. But to do what ?

In theatres on 11/14/2018

Films
20 November 2018

Suspiria

Luca Guadagnino revisits Suspiria, the classic Italian horror. He draws a film as aesthetic as impenetrable. Attempt to explain.

In theatres on 11/14/2018

Films
20 November 2018

Millenium

The first adaptation of the new Millennium trilogy is a caricature of Nordic cinema. Demonstration.

In theatres on 11/14/2018

Films
16 November 2018

Boys Cry

First film of Innocenzo's brothers, Boys Cry tells the story of two friends who join a mafia gang on the outskirts of Rome. Ready to do anything... At the risk…

In theatres on 11/14/2018

Films
16 November 2018

Family First

At the Saint-Jean-de-Luz International Film Festival, Sophie Dupuis received the Best Director award for Family first while their actors Jean-Simon Leduc and Théodore Pellerin receiving the Best Actor award. Presentation.

In theatres on 11/07/2018

Films
8 November 2018

Un Amour Impossible

Catherine Corsini adapts Un Amour Impossible of Christine Angot. From an intimate novel she makes a fresco about France from the 50's and 60's.

In theatres on 10/31/2018

Films
8 November 2018

Loro – Silvio et les autres

An orgasmic portrait of Berlusconi and a satire of Italy by Paolo Sorrentino, Loro already seems to tell a vanished world. Explanation.

In theatres on 10/31/2018

Films
8 November 2018

Sophia Antipolis

Polar arty woven of social film and mysticism, Sophia Antipolis is a strange object that resembles Virgil Vernier, its esthete director. Interview.

On 11/14/2018 in DVD and VOD

Films
7 November 2018

Au Poste !

Police interrogation film and pataphysical comedy, Au Poste ! is an entertainment as unstoppable as it is brief (1h13). Its director Quentin Dupieux tells us about his movie's genesis. Interview.

On 11/02/2018 on Netflix.

Films
7 November 2018

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WIND

The ultimate film of the director of Citizen Kane and Touch of Evil has been completed thanks to the streaming giant. But does he keep his promises?

In theatres on 10/31/2018

Films
6 November 2018

The Trouble With You – En liberté !

The new comedy of the French master of the genre, Pierre Salvadori, received the grand prize of the Directors' Fortnight in Cannes. Presentation.

In theatres on 10/24/2018

Films
5 November 2018

Cold War

Best Director Award at the Cannes Film Festival, Pawel Pawloski's movie gives the Slavic soul on a jazz background in 1950's Paris.

In theatres on 10/24/2018

Films
2 November 2018

Le Grand Bain

By immersing the dream team of French cinema in the chlorine of a municipal swimming pool, Gilles Lellouche succeeds in an excellent comedy on the end of the male domination.

In theatres on 10/17/2018

Films
1 November 2018

First Man

Far from the expected space epic, First Man describes Neil Armstrong's difficult and long walk to the moon. Explanations.

On 10/12/2018 on Netflix

Films
12 October 2018

The Kindergarten Teacher

A strange relationship between a teacher and her student, a complex role to the measure of Maggie Gyllenhall. The Kindergarten Teacher is the hidden gem of the last Deauville Festival.…

In theatres on 10/10/2018

Films
9 October 2018

Galveston

The first American film directed by Mélanie Laurent, Galveston is a tragic and flamboyant thriller. A success, explanations.

In theatres on 10/03/2018

Films
4 October 2018

Nos Batailles

Romain Duris is surprisingly credible in Nos Batailles, social and realistic film that wants to capture our times ... Unless it becomes a caricature?

In theatres on 10/03/2018

Films
2 October 2018

Blindspotting

Blindspotting, our favorite film of the Deauville Festival won the Critic Awards. This comedy is a chronicle of American social and racial divides like many other films in competition this…

In theatres on 09/26/2018

Films
27 September 2018

A Simple Favor

Funny parody of Gone Girl (Fincher, 2014), A Simple Favor is a meta-movie, ultra-funny and mega-girly. Explanations.

In theatres on 09/19/2018

Films
25 September 2018

Leave No trace

Between thriller and social film, Debra Granik delivers a striking portrait of a father and daughter hidden in the forest. We met the director at the last Deauville American Film…

In theatres on 09/19/2018

Films
20 September 2018

Climax

The fifth film by Gaspar Noé, the director of discomfort (Irréversible, Enter The Void), always wants to bring French cinema the breath it lacks. But would he run out of…

In theatres on 09/19/2018

Films
19 September 2018

Les Frères Sisters

Jacques Audiard's film, awarded at Deauville and Venice, manages to reinvent the Western rules. Breathtaking !

In theatres on 09/12/2018

Films
17 September 2018

Peppermint

The antithesis of auteur cinema, Pierre Morel is the director of Peppermint, a sharp American action film. Meeting, at the Deauville Festival, with a French director become bankable in Hollywood.

On 09/08/2018 on HBO / OCS

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13 September 2018

The Tale

The Tale mixes reality and fiction, memory and investigation to give birth to a crackdown film on a child sexually abused. We met her director Jennifer Fox at the Deauville…

In theatres on 09/12/2018

Films
12 September 2018

Wim Wenders

Award-winning director in Cannes and empathic documentary filmmaker, Wim Wenders is making one of his greater movie with Pope Francis - A Man of His Word…

On 08/22/2018 in DVD/VOD

Films
11 September 2018

Here and Now

Sarah Jessica Parker presented Here and Now at the 44th Deauville American Film Festival. She has also been awarded a Deauville Talent Award for her entire career (Mars Attack, Sex…

In theatres on 09/12/2018

Films
11 September 2018

Première année

Thomas Lilti attains to transform the austere First Year of Medicine into an exciting film. With under pressure students Vincent Lacoste and William Lebghil who answers our questions. Interview.

In theatres on 09/12/2018

Films
10 September 2018

Thunder Road

The success story continues for Thunder Roa. It won the Grand Prix at the Deauville American Film Festival this weekend. Our interview with director Jim Cummings.

Films
31 August 2018

Basic principles of trailers

Our selection of the most exciting independent movies of the season. Trailers.

In theatres on 08/29/2018

Films
28 August 2018

Sollers Point

Polar, social and yet luminous, Sollers Point focuses on a young delinquent in the suburbs of Baltimore, a city beset by deindustrialization. Meeting with director Matt Porterfield at the Champs-Elysées…

In theatres on 08/08/2018

Films
22 August 2018

Detective Dee : The Four Heavenly Kings

The third installment of the Detective Dee saga is the opportunity to look at the carrer history of Tsui Hark. Prolific director and Hong Kong producer alternating blockbusters and more…

On 08/22/2018 on DVD and VOD

Films
20 August 2018

Jeremie and Yannick Renier

Carnivores is the first film directed by Jeremie Renier, César for Cloclo and actor fetish brothers Dardenne, and his half-brother Yannick Renier to the career more discreet but just as…

In theatres on 08/02/2018

Films
16 August 2018

Blackkklansman

Blackkklansman arrives on the screens haloed his Grand Prix in Cannes. Presentation of the new Spike Lee, between action comedy and political film.

In theatres on 08/15/2018

Films
14 August 2018

The World is yours

Romain Gavras reinvents the mythology of the French suburbs in The world is yours with Vincent Cassel and Isabelle Adjani unrecognizable. We met his main actor, Karim Leklou who tells…

In theatres on 08/08/2018

Films
7 August 2018

Mary Shelley

Mary Shelley retraces the fate of the woman behind Frankenstein. An ideal role for Elle Fanning and a subject made to measure for Haifaa Al-Mansour, unique and talented Saudi director.…