Timur Bekmambetov's Moscow-based Bazelevs is expanding its distribution slate this year to include U.S. and European movies.
Comedies can sell as well as dramas. The 15th Unifrance Paris Rendez-vous kicks off with Daniele Thompson's "It Happened in Saint- Tropez," from Pathe. And over the next four days, a score of other…
Take the template of 1972's "Play It Again, Sam," replace Woody Allen with a generic French blonde with lite love troubles and Humphrey Bogart with the maxim-dispensing Woodmeister (in poster form)…
A comedy of extramarital manners in several unconnected chapters, "The Players" is an odd beast that, like all omnibus films, is only as strong as its weakest link.
An atypically low-key and unglamorous film from Gallic mainstream writer-director Cedric Klapisch ("Paris").
Provides few existential thrills but plenty of heart-racing action as it follows one man's marathon dash to save his kidnapped wife from execution.
It's summer in the city, the jokes are dirty and the milieu mildly gritty in this urban, adult-skewed French animation.
A mild-mannered pediatrician, whose beloved wife was murdered and cremated eight years ago, finds himself suspected of compound foul play in the suspenseful "Tell No One." Featuring a hearty chunk of…
Set in the arena of professional auto racing and designed to celebrate the pursuit of speed, pic takes a long time to get anywhere. Title character's built-in recognition in French-lingo markets…
"Whatever You Say" marks an ambitious and accomplished helming debut for popular Gallic actor Guillaume Canet ("The Beach," "Vidocq"). Something like a French sequel to "Swimming With Sharks," this…
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