Recent releases


Directed by Catherine Corsini

Sensual and elegant, Catherine Corsini’s SUMMERTIME follows Carole and Delphine as they fall in love against the backdrop of early feminist activism in 1971 France. After living in the city, Delphine is called home to help with her family farm in the countryside and is forced to choose between her responsibility to them and the life of love she had in Paris with Carole. An enlightening tale about the infatuation of first love and its universal themes.



Directed by Houda Benyamina

DIVINES was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Described by critics as “one of the best young-adult films to come out of France in recent years,” the funny, often suspenseful and emotional drama tells the story of Dounia, a tough, but naive teenager who sees getting rich or dying trying as her most viable option. Set in a ghetto near Paris where drugs and religion reign supreme, Dounia is hungry for her share of power and success. Enlisting the help of her best friend she decides to follow the footsteps of a respected dealer.



Directed by Anne Fontaine
THE INNOCENTS, the critically acclaimed film directed by Anne Fontaine and included on France’s shortlist for the 2017 Foreign-language Oscar race, is available now on DVD, Blu-Ray, and Video On Demand. READ MORE


Directed by Nicolas Pariser
Nicolas Pariser's "The Great Game" comes out on October 18 on iTunes, Amazon, and Vudu - don't miss it! Stream from your computer and other devices. READ MORE


Directed by Francis Veber
Francis Veber's "The Comdads" (Les Compères) comes out on October 18 on iTunes, Amazon, and Vudu - don't miss it! Stream from your computer and other devices. READ MORE

Cat People

Directed by Jacques Tourneur
The first of the horror films producer Val Lewton made for RKO Pictures redefined the genre by leaving its most frightening terrors to its audience’s imagination. Simone Simon stars as a Serbian émigré in Manhattan who believes that, because of an ancient curse, any physical intimacy with the man she loves (Kent Smith) will turn her into a feline predator. READ MORE

Muriel, or The Time of Return

Directed by Alain Resnais
Alain Resnais’s Muriel, or The Time of Return, the director’s follow-up to Last Year at Marienbad, is as radical a reflection on the nature of time and memory as its predecessor. The always luminous Delphine Seyrig stars as an antique shop owner and widow in Boulogne-sur-Mer, whose past comes back to haunt her when a former lover reenters her life. READ MORE

Night and Fog

Directed by Alain Resnais
Ten years after the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps, filmmaker Alain Resnais documented the abandoned grounds of Auschwitz and Majdanek in Night and Fog (Nuit et brouillard), one of the first cinematic reflections on the Holocaust. Juxtaposing the stillness of the abandoned camps’ empty buildings with haunting wartime footage, Resnais investigates humanity’s capacity for violence, and presents the devastating suggestion that such horrors could occur again. READ MORE


Directed by Claude Pinoteau
Claude Pinoteau's movie, "The Student (L'étudiante)," comes out on Itunes, Amazon, and Vudu on September 6, 2016. READ MORE


Directed by André Hunebelle
André Hunebelle's famous second and third movies of the Fantomas Trilogy, Fantomas Unleashed and Fantomas Against Scotland Yard, both come out on Itunes, Amazon and Vudu on September 6, 2016. READ MORE


Directed by Mark Osborne
The classic French novel is now an animated feature film. READ MORE

French Up Your Summer with These TV Shows!

Directed by Various Directors
Is it too hot outside? Perhaps it is raining? You don't need to worry about being bored, for we have the perfect French shows to binge-watch! READ MORE