French Film Festival 2019

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Delphine And Carole (Delphine Et Carole, Insoumuses) (Country: France, Switzerland; Year: 2019; Director: Callisto McNulty; Writer: Callisto McNulty, Alexandra Roussopoulos, Géronimo Roussopoulos; Stars: Carole Roussopoulos, Delphine Seyrig, Chantal Akerman, Pierre Bellemare, Juliet Berto, Ellen Burstyn, Simone de Beauvoir, Liliane de Kermadec, Michel Drucker, Marie Dubois, Marguerite Duras, Jean-Pierre Elkabbach, Jane Fonda, Françoise Giroud, Christian Guy)
The meeting between the actress Delphine Seyrig and the video artist Carole Roussopoulos drives us to the heart of the feminism of the 1970s.
Jean Paul Gaultier: Freak And Chic (Country: France; Year: 2018; Director: Yann L'Hénoret; Stars: Gilles Blanchard, Antoine de Caunes, Pierre Commoy, Cristina Cordula, Marion Cotillard, Catherine Deneuve, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Farida Khelfa, Amanda Lear, Madonna, Tonie Marshall, Rossy de Palma, Micheline Presle, Line Renaud, Catherine Ringer)
Documentary following the designer for six months.
Oh Les Filles! (Country: France; Year: 2019; Director: François Armanet; Writer: François Armanet, Bayon; Stars: Jeanne Added, Jehnny Beth, Lou Doillon, Brigitte Fontaine, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Françoise Hardy, Imany, Camélia Jordana, Elli Medeiros, Vanessa Paradis, Elisabeth Quin, Jeanne Added, Jehnny Beth, Lou Doillon, Brigitte Fontaine)
The untold story of French female rock stars.
To The Four Winds (À Tous Vents) (Year: 2018; Director: Michel Toesca)
A documentary about the encounters and ensuing relationships between inhabitants in the Roya valley and refugees who have arrived there after crossing the border between France and Italy.
Yves St Laurent The Last Collections (Country: France; Year: 2007; Director: Olivier Meyrou)
Two decades after its filming, Olivier Meyrou’s controversial yet exquisitely drawn portrait of France’s last great fashion designer, Yves Saint Laurent, has finally seen the light of day, having previously been withheld from release by Saint Laurent’s business partner, Pierre Bergé.
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