Recent releases

Relationship Status: It's Complicated

Directed by Manu Payet | Written by Romain Lévy, Manu Payet, & Nicolas Peufaillit
Ben, aged 30, is about to marry Juliette. But his quiet little life will be turned on its head when he runs into the person whom he secretly wanted to see more than anyone: Vanessa, the high-school sex bomb who never gave him a second glance. She’s back in Paris now, and he’s the only person she knows... READ MORE

Venus in Fur

Directed by Roman Polanski | Written by David Ives & Roman Polanski
Based on the Tony Award-winning Broadway play by David Ives, VENUS IN FUR is the latest film from master filmmaker Roman Polanski, starring Mathieu Amalric and Emmanuelle Seigner. READ MORE

Chinese Puzzle

Directed by Cedric Klapisch | Written by Cedric Klapisch
In the third installment of writer/director Cédric Klapisch's trilogy, genial, middle-aged author Xavier, who wants to remain close to his young children, trades the comforts of Paris for the cultural kaleidoscope of New York City READ MORE

Class of Struggle

Directed by Chris Marker | Written by Chris Marker
Workers at the Yema Watch Factory in Besançon depict their own labor struggles in this collective production initiated by Chris Marker. READ MORE

À bientôt, j'espère

Directed by Chris Marker | Written by Chris Marker
Workers at a textile factory in pre-May '68 France are on strike , not just for more money, but for a different way of life. READ MORE

Level Five

Directed by Chris Marker | Written by Chris Marker
Developing a video game about the Battle of Okinawa, a programmer becomes increasingly drawn into her work and haunted by her past in this provocative, retro-futuristic essay reflecting on the traumas of World War II and early internet culture. READ MORE

Night Cap

Directed by Claude Chabrol | Written by Claude Chabrol & Caroline Eliacheff
A newly restored French classic. Claude Chabrol's taut thriller stars Isabelle Huppert as the villainous spider at the centre of an intricate and murderous web of deception. READ MORE

To Be and to Have

Directed by Nicolas Philibert | Written by Nicolas Philibert
This documentary offers an in-depth look at a small school in rural France where one man, Georges Lopez, has been doing the job of a small teaching staff for 20 years, teaching generations of bright and capable children on his own. READ MORE

The Apostle

Directed by Cheyenne Carron | Written by Cheyenne Carron
Akim is a young Muslim called to be an Imam. His identity will be turned upside down when he is touched by the love of Christ. In the midst of a family chaos and faced with his brother’s disapproval, Akim will struggle to be accepted his conversion to Christianity by his loved ones. READ MORE

The Last of the Unjust

Directed by Claude Lanzmann | Written by Claude Lanzmann
Claude Lanzmann tells the story of the Theresienstadt camp (located in what is now the Czech Republic), where tens of thousands died and many more were held before being sent to their deaths at Auschwitz and other camps. READ MORE

Queen Margot

Directed by Patrice Chéreau | Written by: Danièle Thompson, Patrice Chéreau, after the Alexandre Dumas novel
France, 1572, King Charles IX concludes a marriage of state between his sister, Margot, and King Henry of Navarre. the Queen is already plotting the St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre, and that’s just the beginning of the head-snapping side switches, non-stop scheming, sometimes accidental poisoning, double beheadings, and frenzied couplings. READ MORE

Modern Life

Directed by Raymond Depardon | Written by Raymond Depardon
The Cévennes region in southern France is a region of hilly passes, lonely farms and lonelier farmers. There we are introduced to aged bachelor brothers Marcel and Raymond Privat, whose old-fashioned shepherding methods and primitive farming techniques lead them into contention with their younger nephew and his 'outsider' wife from Calais. READ MORE