Hairdresser to the stars Alexandre of Paris, who styled the tresses of Audrey Hepburn, Maria Callas, Great Garbo and Jackie Kennedy and sculpted Elizabeth Taylor's distinctive hair-do for "Cleopatra"…
Marc Caro's throbbing, disturbing tale of two new arrivals on a putrid penal craft in a forsaken cosmos posits that in space, no one can hear your screaming symbolism.
A naked man of few words and many muscles heaves himself out of subterranean muck and mire into an additional 95 minutes of mire and muck in "Eden Log."
"The Secret of the Grain," scripter-helmer Abdellatif Kechiche's tale of North African workers struggling to fit in in France, was awarded on Wednesday the Prix Louis-Delluc, Gaul's most prestigious…
Spry nonagenarian Maria Altmann, a Viennese Jew who escaped to California to avoid the Holocaust, is the charismatic heart of "Stealing Klimt," a straightforward and engrossing account of how Altmann…
The father, mother and grown daughter of an eccentric Parisian family greet life's obstacles with gradations of wacky fortitude in "Let's Dance!"
The harsh, dead-end camaraderie among teens and young adults in a racially diverse low-income housing project outside Paris is painted with knowing strokes in "Ain't Scared."
Renee Lichtig, a film editor and restorer who was Jean Renoir's head cutter on his late works and who collaborated closely with Erich von Stroheim on the director's cut of "The Wedding March," died…
U.S. audiences may have little interest this fall for Iraq-themed films, but attendees at the 13th annual Avignon/New York Film Festival found plenty to embrace in the category.
Pierre Granier-Deferre, an award-winning director of well-crafted French films characterized by meaty roles for Gaul's A-list thesps including Simone Signoret, Jean Gabin and Alan Delon, died Nov…