In a timely release for the anniversary of the May 1968 almost-revolution in Paris, Michel Hazanavicius wickedly funny re-invention of Jean-Luc Godard in Redoubtable, as seen though the eyes of Anne Wiazemsky, his second wife.
Marco Bellochio’s Sweet Dreams is a journalist’s belated emotional coming of age as he investigates the death of his mother.
Brady Corbet’s award-winning directorial debut in The Childhood of a Leader is an original concept of the making of a fascist monster. The Childhood…Read More
The emotional secrets of two families are revealed when an Iranian returns to Paris to finalise his divorce from his French wife.
With dazzling performances from Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Bejo, Michel Hazanavicius’ The Artist is a vibrant homage to silent films and the talkies’ falling stars.