Far From Men Freely adapted from Albert Camus’ The Guest, David Oelhoffen’s Far From Men stars Viggo Mortensen as the pied noir schoolteacher and…Read More
Set to a pulse-pounding soundtrack, Girlhood encapsulates the careless, giddy energy of teendom, but much like its protagonist, is a little confused with its…Read More
If You Don’t I Will by Mark Wilshin With some heavyweight performances from French acting stalwarts Emmanuelle Devos and Mathieu Amalric and an electrifying…Read More
The New Girlfriend by Mark Wilshin Positively frothing with all the Ozon hallmarks of female sexuality, haute couture fetishism and earth-tethering babies, The New…Read More
Return To Ithaca Centred round a reunion of a group of fifty-something friends in Havana, Laurent Cantet’s Return To Ithaca is an intensely moving…Read More
French Riviera Freely inspired by real events that saw a casino queen pursue her daughter’s lover through the courts for murder, André Téchiné’s L’Homme…Read More
A fatalistic tale of love and jealousy, Marcel Carné’s Le Jour Se Lève is a captivating and tragically romantic French classic.
With a powerful performance from Emmanuelle Devos, Martin Provost’s Violette is a stylish biopic of influential author Violette Leduc and the power of the female pen.
After causing a stir in Cannes earlier this year, Yann Gonzalez’s You And The Night is an existential orgy of misfits finding each other after midnight.
A musical homage to Marcel Proust, Sylvain Chomet’s Attila Marcel is eye-catching, genre-busting and mad as a bag of frogs. Let’s face the music and dance.
A love letter to the unknown woman, veteran director’s Patrice Leconte’s English language debut A Promise reaches a pinnacle of mushy romanticism.
Love in a radioactive time, Rebecca Zlotowski’s Grand Central is a stylish romance, of modern baroque and packed with symbolism.
Sparks fly as two old friends rehearse Moliere’s Le Misanthrope, as Philippe Le Guay’s Cycling With Molière searches for honesty beneath the truth inside.
Amidst a riot of frogs, poison apples, wolves and fairy godmothers, Agnès Jaoui’s Under The Rainbow puts fairytale romance to the test.