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  • In the Billowing Night

    Directed by Erika Etangsalé • Documentary • 2021 • 51 minutes

    Jean-René is a retired workman who has lived in Mâcon, France, since emigrating from Reunion Island at the age of 17. Today, for the first time ever, the quiet man recounts his story to his daughter. His journey is interspersed with e...

  • Ok, Joe!

    Directed by Philippe Baron • Documentary • 2024 • 52 minutes

    After the landing of the Allied forces in 1944, writer Louis Guilloux was recruited as an interpreter for the American army. He would soon be confronted with the dark side of liberation: the rapes and murders committed by American sold...

  • Roubaix, Police Department, Ordinary Business

    Directed by Mosco Boucault • Documentary • 2024 • 87 minutes

    A teenage runaway. A stabbing spree during a Christmas dinner that leaves multiple casualties. A series of sexual assaults in a subway station. This is the “ordinary business” that police in the working class northern French town of Ro...

  • The Butterfly

    Directed by Philippe Muyl • Drama • With Michel Serrault • 2002 • 80 minutes

    Legendary actor Michel Serrault stars as Julien, an ornery butterfly collector. When eight-year-old Elsa and her often-absent mother move into the apartment next to his, the persistent and curious Elsa adopts a reluctan...

  • Astrakan

    Directed by David Depesseville • Drama • 2022 • 105 minutes

    When Samuel, a young orphan, is sent to live with foster parents Marie and Clement, he is gradually forced to face the demons he's holding on to internally, as well as those that exist within his new family. Swept up in the motions of c...

  • After Blue (Dirty Paradise)

    Directed by Bertrand Mandico • Drama • With Elina Löwensohn, Paula Luna • 2021 • 129 minutes

    In a faraway future, on a wild and untamed female inhabited planet called After Blue, a lonely teenager named Roxy (Paula Luna) unknowingly releases a mystical, dangerous, and sensual assassin from her p...

  • OSS 117: Lost in Rio (Starring: Jean Dujardin)

    Directed by Michel Hazanavicius • Drama • With Jean Dujardin • 2010 • 97 minutes

    The pride of French intelligence, Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath – code named OSS 117 – has a new mission that takes him to the Bossa Nova Brazil of the 1960’s. Teaming up with a sexy Mossad agent he has to capture a N...

  • Penelope, My Love

    Directed by Claire Doyon • Documentary • 2021 • 88 minutes

    ‘For 18 years, I have been filming Pénélope, a young adult with autism. One day I opened the cupboard that contained DV tapes and Super 8 reels. My eyes almost popped out. These images had to be brought together. Penelope, My Love traces...

  • House of Cardin

    Directed by P. David Ebersole, Todd Hughes • Documentary • With Pierre Cardin, Rodrigo Basilicati, Jean-Paul Gaultier • 2020 • 97 minutes

    A rare peek into the mind of a genius, an authorized feature documentary chronicling the life and design of Pierre Cardin. A true original, Mr. Cardin has gra...

  • Rookies

    Directed by Thierry Demaizière and Alban Teurlai • Documentary • 2023 • 115 minutes

    In the heart of Paris, a prestigious high school takes a daring bet: the integration of a group of talented hip-hop dancers from working-class neighborhoods and diverse backgrounds. ROOKIES follows the new studen...

  • Maya (Mia Hansen-Løve)

    Directed by Mia Hansen-Løve • Drama • With Roman Kolinka, Aarshi Banerjee • 2018 • 107 minutes

    December 2012. Two French reporters are released after months of captivity in Syria. Gabriel, just shy of 30, heads to his childhood home in Goa, India, to recover. There, he meets Maya.

  • Tomorrow

    Directed by Mélanie Laurent, Cyril Dion • Documentary • With Mélanie Laurent, Cyril Dion • 2015 • 155 minutes

    In 2012, “Nature” published a study led by more than 20 researchers from the top scientific institutions in the world predicting that humankind could disappear between 2040 and 2100. It ...

  • Odette Toulemonde

    Directed by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt • Drama • With Catherine Frot, Albert Dupontel, Jacques Weber • 2006 • 100 minutes

    Objectively, Odette Toulemonde has nothing to be happy about, but is. Balthazar Balsan has everything to be happy about, but isn't. Odette, awkwardly forty, with a delightful hair...

  • Solutions

    Directed by Pernille Rose Grønkjær • Documentary • With Steen Rasmussen, Eric Beinhocker, Doyne Farmer • 2021 • 102 minutes

    In the desert of New Mexico, a group of scientists, entrepreneurs and innovators come together with an ambitious goal: to secure the future of humanity by creating a new an...

  • Paris, a Winter's Day

    Directed by Guy Gilles • Documentary • 1962 • 10 minutes

    This is a love letter to living in Paris — even on a bitterly cold winter’s day. Interspersed with shots of the city, we hear from Parisians, including a group of boys on the joys of pelting passers-by with snowballs, and a 73-year-old who...

  • Shaka

    Directed by Morgan Le Faucheur • Documentary • With Mathieu Crepel, Koa and Eddie Rothman • 2018 • 77 minutes

    Showcasing breathtaking footage of mountains and waves around the world, Shaka follows snowboarding world champion and renowned athlete Mathieu Crepel as he faces the biggest challenge o...

  • Love Exists

    Directed by Maurice Pialat • Documentary • 1961 • 19 minutes

    Maurice Pialat may have grown up in the suburbs, but he has little love for them. In this poetic but critical essay, he turns his gaze to a range of post-war Paris suburbs: From the bourgeois plots of land where the “little” aesthetic ...

  • A Story of Water

    Directed by Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut • Drama • 1958 • 12 minutes

    As the spring melt floods the streets of a town outside Paris, a student (Caroline Dim) faces one obstacle after another while trying to get to the Sorbonne. Eventually, she meets up with a dashing young driver (Jean-C...

  • Charlotte and Her Boyfriend

    Directed by Jean-Luc Godard • Drama • 1958 • 13 minutes

    “Let me finish,” Jules (Jean-Paul Belmondo, voiced by Jean-Luc Godard) repeatedly tells his ex Charlotte (Anne Colette) without ever pausing long enough for her to actually say anything. When Charlotte appears in his apartment eating an ice...

  • All the Boys Are Called Patrick

    Directed by Jean-Luc Godard • Drama • 1957 • 12 minutes

    In ALL THE BOYS ARE CALLED PATRICK, Charlotte (Anne Colette) and Véronique (Nicole Berger) are roommates who share a tiny flat with a single bed. Charlotte’s taste in books ranges from Hegel to The Fate of the Immodest Blonde, while Véroniq...

  • One Step From Glory

    Directed by Fabrice Macaux • Documentary • 2020 • 53 minutes

    Le Havre Athletic Club (HAC) training center is one of the best and most demanding in Europe, the oldest club in French football.

    Abdel, 18, is entering a decisive year; the last in the center for this young footballer. The challenge ...

  • Adieu Paris

    Directed by Edouard Baer • Drama • With Pierre Arditi, Gérard Depardieu, Ludivine Sagnier • 2022 • 101 minutes

    ADIEU PARIS tells the story of eight friends, mostly in their seventies, who meet up for an annual lunch that has become a ritual over the decades. They are the so-called self-appointed...

  • The Libertine

    Directed by Gabriel Alghion • Drama • With Vincent Perez, Fanny Ardant • 2000 • 100 minutes

    France, late 18th Century. The State, in alliance with the Church, has forbidden the publication and distribution of Diderot’s Encyclopædia. Meanwhile, Diderot and his family are holed up with some friend...

  • The Overworked

    Directed by Jacques Doniol-Valcroze • Drama • 1957 • 25 minutes

    A morality tale about the dangers of modern urban life. Catherine (Yane Barry), a champion young typist from small-town France, heads to Paris to be with her fiancé (Jean-Pierre Cassel) — who also happens to be her new boss. Living ...