Topic: French Cinema

17 FOIS CÉCILE CASSARD

Christophe Honoré

First film by Christophe Honoré, in which he incorporates all his cinephile fetishes, long dreamed.

AMANDA

Mikhaël Hers

Vincent Lacoste offers one of the best performances of his career with this emotional drama about mourning and France hit by violence, far from all sentimentality. An essential film.

LA BELLE PERSONNE

Christophe Honoré

Sui generis adaptation of the classic of Madame de Lafayette, moved to one of the most chic districts of Paris and starring an iconic Léa Seydoux.

BÊTES BLONDES

Alexia Walther, Maxime Matray

Between surreal romanticism and absurd comedy, one of the most surprising titles of the year, an eccentric adventure about mourning, desire and melancholy that explores new territories of queer cinema.

LA CASA DE VERANO

Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

An exercise of self-fiction mark of the director, with a sardonic look at a bourgeois family very similar to that of the filmmaker herself.

LES CHANSONS D’AMOUR

Christophe Honoré

A classic of our time: the re-appropriation of the musical to the Demy in an extraordinary film starring Louis Garrel.

COINCOIN ET LES Z’INHUMAINS

Bruno Dumont

Second part of the referential series starring the small Quinquin, which is not so small and now calls himself Coincoin. A devastating comedy.

CONTINUER

Joachim Lafosse

A minimalist western that embarks Virginie Efira ( Victory cases ) on a journey through the steppes in a desperate attempt to close the gap with her son.

DANS PARIS

Christophe Honoré

Starring Louis Garrel and Romain Duris in the role of two very different brothers, was the consecration of the French director.

DEUX FILS

Félix Moati

A caustic and at the same time emotive family portrait played by Vincent Lacoste and Benoîte Poelvoorde in a beautiful and endearing melancholic comedy.

L’ÉPOQUE

Matthieu Bareyre

Shocking documentary that captures the mood of Parisian youth that goes from the attacks to the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo until the French presidential elections of 2017. Rabidly contemporary.

UN HOMBRE FIEL

Louis Garrel

Key actor of the last French cinema, second film as director of Louis Garrel, who directs a romantic and luminous comedy that won the best script award in San Sebastian.