Ruben Alves' feel-good debut feature explores the plight of immigrant workers who have long acclimated to another culture.
Three characters traverse the titular seasons in Sebastien Betbeder's playfully arty feature.
Vincent Macaigne navigates a rock musician's downward spiral in Guillaume Brac's engrossingly nuanced character study.
Skillful time shuffling and a compelling performance by Charlotte Gainsbourg anchor this flawed but fascinating cross-cultural drama.
A domestic battle plays out against the craziness of France's 2012 presidential election in Justine Triet's whirlwind comedy.
The third film in Joel Potrykus' animal trilogy proves as fascinating as it is off-putting.
In Denis Dercourt's oddly sparse "Flesh of My Flesh," a spaced-out blonde lures, kills and chops up men to feed her ailing six-year-old daughter.
Antonio de la Torre is brilliant as a killer and eater of young women in Manuel Martin Cuenca's sumptuously lensed psychological drama.
The mere exchange of glances builds as much suspense as a kinetic action sequence in Matthew Saville's tense, stylish psychological thriller.
Pepe Danquart's Holocaust drama sticks faithfully but unimaginatively to its source.