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French Touch in the Toronto International Film Festival’s Lineup

Several French movies and co-productions in The 39th Toronto International Film Festival's film selection for the 2014 edition.
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FANNY

"Fanny" is the second part of the "Marseille trilogy", made by Marcel Pagnol with the generic name of "Marius, Fanny and César".
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10 French Songs à la WHCS Hunter College Radio

Films on the Green, in partnership with Hunter College’s radio station WHCS, is delighted to bring you 10 French songs from WHCS
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Strong US Debut for Luc Besson’s TAXI BROOKLYN

"Taxi Brooklyn" continues to make inroads with American audiences, with 4.8 million viewers on Wednesday night (July 9th)
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LEVEL FIVE

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.
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Summer Movies: 10 French Films to Watch

For those of us that would like to be vacationing in France, but can’t afford those expensive plane tickets (most of us), we’re offering a cinematic tour of l’hexagone from the seaside villages of Brittany to the rocky hills of southern Provence.
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MARIUS

Set at the Old Port of Marseille, Marius must struggle between the call of the ocean and his love for Fanny, at the risk of sacrificing that which is most important to him.
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US Rights To Godard's 'Goodbye to Language' Acquired By Kino Lorber

Goodbye To Language premiered in competition at Cannes only six weeks ago but the film has already found a US distribution through Kino Lorber.
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LUCY

Lucy is set in a world that is run by the mob, street gangs, drug addicts, and corrupt cops. Lucy, a woman living in Taipei, Taiwan, is forced to work as a drug mule for the mob.
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Discover French Cinema In Paris With Columbia University

Since the invention of the cinematographe by the Lumière brothers in 1895, France has been a cornerstone of the development of the seventh art. This summer, the Columbia University School of the Arts - in partnership with the Columbia Global Center | Europe in Paris at Reid Hall – put together a three-week summer program open to all students to discover French Cinema in the City of Lights.
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MOOD INDIGO

Starring Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris, and adapting the classic novel by Boris Vian, the film is a true return to form for Michel Gondry: an exuberant celebration of his trademark craft, ingenuity and distinct visual style.