The French National Film Board, CNC, has unveiled a first series of proposals aimed at shaking up Gaul’s movie landscape and subsidy system. The CNC initiative stems from an industry report conducted…
Nothing To Declare
Arriving on Tuesday, Drake's third album "Nothing Was the Same" represents the final entry in this summer's trifecta of hugely hyped new releases from hip-hop's biggest names, following Kanye West's…
In a Cannes flush with onscreen unpleasantries including multiple rapes, severed limbs and genital mutilations, no film was more deserving of a special Palme d'Horreur than the ironically titled…
When Jerome Seydoux, the scion of the Seydoux-Schlumberger industrial empire, bought Pathe in 1990, he helped not only to modernize Europe's oldest film company, but also to internationalize France's…
At this year's Paris Rendez-vous, the French film showcase backed by Gaul's Unifrance, all eyes were on filmgoers in Germany.
At 2008's Unifrance Paris Rendez-Vous, foreign distributors laughed their heads off watching Pathe's "Welcome to the Sticks." But nobody thought of buying it.
Marion Cotillard ("The Dark Night Rises," "Inception") is set to star in Jacques Audiard's "Rust and Bone," the Gallic helmer's followup to "A Prophet," which took 2009's Cannes fest by storm.
An atypically low-key and unglamorous film from Gallic mainstream writer-director Cedric Klapisch ("Paris").
Dany Boon's "Nothing to Declare" has garnered 301,089 admissions and a Euros 1.8 million ($2.5 million) gross box office in France since its Wednesday opening.
The worst nightmare of a tyrannical, virulently Francophobic Belgian customs officer comes true when the Schengen agreement, which erases intra-European borders, is announced in the Dany Boon…
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