A dashing young man loses his shoe as the clock strikes midnight in "Under the Rainbow," the latest loquacious, entirely Gallic confection of star-writer-helmer Agnes Jaoui and thesp-scribe…
PARIS Thesp-helmer Noemie Lvovsky's romantic second-chance comedy “Camille Rewinds” is the surprise leader in the race for France's Cesar awards with 13 nominations, besting Michael Haneke's…
Helmer Pascal Bonitzer, screenwriter for Andre Techine and Jacques Rivette, here hews closer to the gentle humanism of the former, even if this well-acted feature lacks the emotional and thematic…
Atmospheric account of a cover-up of a fatal accident, involving a hotel owner and the titular employee who might have seen something, is pleasingly heavy on shades of gray.
TF1 Intl. has inked a raft of sales on "The Names of Love," Michel Leclerc's comedy starring Jacques Gamblin ("The First Day of the Rest of Your Life").
French films coming to a festival near you. Gangster sagas, Creole hauntings among anticipated Franco fare.
Canuck distributor Seville Pictures has bought six pics for Canada, including John Sayles' "Honeydripper."
Walking off with the top prize at an awards ceremony that was even more eccentric in its choices than it was pointedly political, Michael Moore's agit-prop documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" won the Palme…
Studio Canal's annual bash at the Carlton Monday night was a vast beauty salon as partygoers took turns to get their hair and faces fixed by an army of professional stylists.
Emily Dequenne, controversial joint winner of the Cannes film festival's actress award in 1999 for her role in "Rosetta," will play Zola's famous heroine Therese Raquin in a TV miniseries, production…