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Eight women, one body and a house full of lies.
Film about Catherine Breillat’s 2004 stroke and subsequent self-destructive relationship with star swindler Christophe Rocancourt.
An elderly couple deal with the ravages of old age.
Unlikely relationships form between hostages and captors as they trek through the Philippine jungle.
A nine-year-old announces to his mum that he has another mother.
Investigating fraud amongst France's fattest fat cats.
A love triangle between a woman and two very different men is explored in typically French fashion.
A woman seeking revenge seduces a crime lord's lieutenant.
Three stories explore Italian concerns in the context of a famous euthanasia case.
Two people struggle to stay together after the death of their child.
A successful video game boss aims to track down her attacker after a home invasion.
Three generations grappling with a life-changing experience during one day of a vacation in Sintra, Portugal, a historic town known for its dense gardens and fairy-tale villas and palaces.
A marriage of convenience is exposed as an elegant charade when passion catches fire. Out to own on DVD from April 23.
A young woman befriends a lonely widow whose motives aren't all they seem.
Story of a bourgeois family, set against the backdrop of the Calais refugee crisis.
Change knocks on a French family’s front door when a motorway opens up outside their house.
A man hires a pair of existential detectives.
Three years after the death of a war photographer, secrets begin to emerge.
Emma Bovary thinks to escape her dull, provincial life by marrying the local doctor and moving to town, only to find more of the same.
A young pianist gets caught up in a web of family history intrigue.
An exploration of the work of Michael Haneke.
After a teacher is struck by lightning, she discovers a powerful and dangerous alter ego.
A teenager gets an introduction to hedonistic sex, courtesy of his amoral mother.
A portrait of suffering focused on a young woman forced to become a nun because her parents cannot afford a dowry for her.
Through the story of another filmmaker's struggles to create art, Godard explores the essence of cinema and different ways of telling he truth.
A pupil becomes infatuated with his teacher.
A single mother comes into conflict with her twin teenage sons when she considers selling their house to make a new life for herself.
A French colonial family in Forties Cambodia face financial ruin after their rice fields are flooded.
Three people struggle to find direction in a film that probes the reliability of perception.
A philosophy teacher soldiers through her life being turned upside down on all fronts.
An apocalyptic scenario as lived by a one-parent family in the French countryside.
Two estranged parents are brought together by a request from their son who committed suicide.
A woman embarks on a journey of self-discovery.
Why French cinema remains alive and well UniFrance head reflects on reactions to the virtual Paris Rendez-vous
Streaming Spotlight: archaeology on film Seven great films about digging up the past
Remembering Michael Apted Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Anne-Katrin Titze on the much admired director
Stay-At-Home Seven: January 11 to 17 Telly and streaming suggestions for the week ahead
Calamity, A Childhood Of Martha Jane Cannary to open Animation First Rémi Chayé films to screen at the French Institute Alliance Française
2021 Glasgow Film Festival launched Full line-up announced as screenings go online
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