3 questions to Virginie Efira, Belgian actress, starring in Dean Man Walking, presented at the French with English Subtitles Festival.
Founder of ALGERIA Productions and former CEO of Gaumont Productions, Christine Camdessus has already had a varied, prestigious career as a film executive and producer. Her latest production, 5 Broken Cameras, follows the story of a Palestinian farmer's nonviolent attempts to stop the Israeli army from building a wall separating his village from a nearby Jewish settlement.
On November 29, 2013, a new release of previously unseen restoration of MAUVAIS SANG will be released in the US by Carlotta Films US. On this occasion, we asked a few questions to Vincent Paul-Boncour, founder of Carlotta Films.
An interview with Beatrice Fournera, co-writer of the French TV series WorkinGirls. The first season of the series has been nominated this year for an International Emmy Award, which will take place in New York City on Monday, November 25.
Adeline Monzier promotes French cinema in North America via Unifrance. We asked her a few questions to learn more about her work.
On November 8, 2013, the French family comedy BILLY & BUDDY (Boule et Bill in French) will be released in the US. On this occasion, we asked a few questions to the two directors, Alexandre Charlot and Franck Magnier.
Catherine Corsini's 2012 film Three Worlds, the director uses a hit and run accident to explore questions of "class, morality and social diversity in today's France." CUNY TV talks to Corsini and lead actor Raphaël Personnaz about this Cannes-nominated, tragic thriller.
The first edition of the Chelsea Film Festival will take place in New York at the SVA Theatre from October 24th to October 27th, 2013. The line-up has just been announced, and Vianney Lebasque's Les Petits Princes has been chosen to be part of the competition.On the occasion of his selection, we asked the director a few questions...
The Chelsea Film Festival first edition will take place in Chelsea, New York, at the SVA Theatre from October 24th to October 27th, 2013. On this occasion, we asked Ingrid Jean-Baptiste, the founder of this festival, a few questions.
This fall, MAD Museum in New York City takes a look back on a recent moment in film history: the New French Extremity, a loosely connected group of French directors at the turn of the twenty-first century who sought to explore how the rise of violence and sexual transgression in film and television during the twentieth century had affected society as a whole.
On the occasion of the re-release of the landmark film LE JOLI MAI (1963), co-directed by Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme, we are very pleased to be sharing an interview of M. Lhomme by Jean-Michel Frodon, renowned journalist, critic and historian of cinema.