Late French master Alain Resnais' last film, "The Life of Riley," has found a home Stateside: Kino Lorber has acquired all U.S. rights to the pic, which world-premiered in Berlin this year. Kino…
Alain Resnais, a cinema pioneer and a leading light of the French New Wave, died Saturday in Paris, his longtime producer and friend Jean-Louis Livi said. He was 91. One of the most…
Only the vivacious die young, notes one character in Alain Resnais' "Life of Riley," while "the tiresome, humdrum ones live forever."
Roman Polanski once again transfers a New York stage hit to the screen with maximum fidelity and facility, and a minimum of fuss.
Joseph L. Mankiewicz's "Cleopatra" is among 20 restored film gems and three docs in Cannes Classics, announced today in Paris.
City of Lights, City of Angels, L.A.'s annual French film showcase, has always been about maintaining a bridge between Hollywood and Paris. As such, the week-long event has doubled as one continuous…
Los Angeles' annual accent on French cinema, the City of Lights, City of Angels film festival, will kick off an eight-day run of new Gallic pics with the North American premiere of "It Happened in…
Still-frisky 89-year-old auteur Alain Resnais has found a conceptually playful way to present a downright stodgy piece of material.
Alain Resnais' "Coeurs" ("Private Fears in Public Places") has won the European Film Academy Critics' Award, the Prix Fipresci.
Alain Resnais returns to key themes of loneliness and separation with "Private Fears in Public Places." Despite a perfect cast of Resnais regulars plus the master's own impeccable crafting, the…
In a buoyantly entertaining example of everything old made new again, 81-year-old helmer Alain Resnais has taken a popular 1925 Parisian-style operetta and filmed it in a studio. As perversely daring…