Riveting docu "Becoming Traviata" follows French theater/opera director Jean-Francois Sivadier and celebrated soprano Natalie Dessay through rehearsals for "La traviata."
A twentysomething Frenchwoman beds a sexy guy and then, in perhaps the world's worst case of postcoital exhaustion, seems to wake up 15 years later in "Another Woman's Life."
Helmer Emmanuel Mouret loses his way among the bourgeois bedrooms and turns out a clunker.
ARP Selection has greenlit thesp Sylvie Testud's directorial debut "La Vie d'une autre," a dramedy toplining Mathieu Kassovitz and Juliette Binoche.
A wryly observed sophomore dramedy from scribe-helmer Marc Fitoussi ("La Vie d'artiste").
PARIS Aluizio Abranches' gay drama "From Beginning to End" has been acquired by Philadelphia-based distribution company TLA Releasing for U.S. and U.K. distribution.
Ten helmers, each given a formula to shoot a Gotham love story. The results are, well, formulaic.
High-voltage gangster pic "Public Enemy Number One" grabbed a record 10 noms in the race for this year's Cesars, which take place Feb. 27 in Paris.
Bresson meets the Beatles in director Serge Bozon's remarkable "La France."
When a man spontaneously shaves off the title occupant of his upper lip in "The Moustache," an apparent shift in the fabric of the universe results. Viewers who like their conclusions tidy may rebel…
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