Topic: Comedy

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.

BUTTERFLIES

Tolga Karaçelik

Jury Prize in the World Cinema section of the Sundance Festival, a generational drama with touches of black humor about three characters in crisis. And, at the same time, an exploration of the family within the Turkish culture.

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.

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.

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.

FUNNY COW

Adrian Shergold

A work about a comedian of the seventies who began to make a name for herself in the masculinized northern stand-up circuit of England.

HAPPY NEW YEAR, COLIN BURSTEAD

Ben Wheatley

A virtuous and referential filmmaker, Ben Wheatley returns with this black tragicomedy starring a man who sees his position as leader of a family in danger.

LOS HERMANOS SISTERS

Jacques Audiard

After winning the Palme d'Or at Cannes, Jacques Audiard signs his first film in English: a crepuscular western with a luxury cast that includes Joaquin Phoenix, John C. Reilly, Jake Gyllenhaal and Riz Ahmed.

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.

HOTEL BY THE RIVER

Hong Sang-soo

Better actor in Locarno, and better film, script and actor in Gijón, one of the best films of Hong Sang-soo, a kind of moral tale on the life and the death, through two convergent stories.

IN FABRIC

Peter Strickland

One of the most fascinating marcianadas of the year by the hand of one of the most enigmatic directors of British cinema, halfway between the giallo and the pure trash celebration.

PAUL SANCHEZ EST REVENU!

Patricia Mazuy

Cahiers du cinéma placed in this year's top ten this extravagant and unclassifiable comedy, with western touches, starring Laurent Lafitte (Elle).