If Alexander Payne had been born in Normandie rather than Nebraska, he might have made a film like "Paris Follies."
Ned Benson's two-volume, three-hour-plus marital drama has shed its bifurcated structure and some 70 minutes from its running time, but what's been lost in girth and conceptual framework has arguably…
Gerard Depardieu and Isabelle Huppert are set to topline "Valley of Love," a drama directed by Guillaume Nicloux, whose last film, "The Nun," world-premiered in Berlin. Project is from two of…
Isabelle Huppert starrer "Paris Follies," Fabrice du Welz's noirish cop actioner "Colt 45" and "The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles," an adaptation of Katherine Pancol's runaway French bestseller, figure…
Cate Blanchett and Isabelle Huppert will reprise their roles in the Sydney Theater Company production of “The Maids” as part of New York’s Lincoln Center Festival this summer. Blanchett’s last stage…
She will be an honorary guest at the 26th European Film Awards Ceremony on Dec. 7 in Berlin.
Ned Benson's double-whammy debut is a a curious and mostly absorbing investigation of the bust-up of a marriage as seen through the eyes of both respective parties.
Catherine Breillat's films have always been autobiographical, often painfully so, and yet "Abuse of Weakness" cuts even closer to the marrow than the rest.
An utterly brazen mix of screwball comedy, film noir and sharp social commentary that hits its own strange bullseye more often than not.
MADRID — Cannes would not quite be Cannes without a film starring French actress Isabelle Huppert. It's just got one: Thirteen-time Cannes competition contender Huppert toplines comedy "Paris…