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  • 04/11/2015 Markets


    November 4-11, Santa Monica

    SCARE CAMPAIGN by Cameron & Colin Cairnes (Market Premiere)  CAMPO GRANDE by Sandra Kogut  BANG GANG (A MODERN LOVE STORY) by Eva Husson  MY INTERNSHIP IN CANADA by Philippe Falardeau  LAST CAB TO DARWIN by Jeremy Sims

  • 07/10/2015 Festivals

    BFI London

    October 7-18

    BANG GANG (A MODERN LOVE STORY) by Eva Husson  TAKLUB by Brillante Ma. Mendoza  LAMB by Yared Zeleke  SON OF SAUL by László Nemes

  • 05/10/2015 Markets


    October 5-8, Cannes

  • 01/10/2015 Festivals


    October 1-10

    LOOKING FOR HER by Ounie Lecomte  LAST CAB TO DARWIN by Jeremy Sims  TAKLUB by Brillante Ma. Mendoza  LAMB by Yared Zeleke  SON OF SAUL by László Nemes  THE SUMMER OF SANGAILE by Alanté Kavaïté  

  • 10/09/2015 Festivals


    SEPTEMBER 10-20

    SON OF SAUL by László Nemes  MIA MADRE by Nanni Moretti  BANG GANG (A MODERN LOVE STORY) by Eva Husson  MOUNTAIN by Yaelle Kayam  CAMPO GRANDE by Sandra Kogut  MY INTERNSHIP IN CANADA by Philippe Falardeau  LAMB by Yared Zeleke  LAST CAB TO DARWIN by Jeremy Sims

  • 02/09/2015 Festivals

    Venice Biennale

    SEPTEMBER 2-12

    MOUNTAIN by Yaelle Kayam
    Orizzonti Competition (World Premiere)

  • 05/08/2015 Festivals


    AUGUST 5-15

    MY INTERNSHIP IN CANADA by Philippe Falardeau
    Piazza Grande (World Premiere)

  • 13/05/2015 

    Cannes 2015

    May 13-24

    MIA MADRE by Nanni Moretti, SON OF SAUL by László Nemes, TAKLUB by Brillante Ma. Mendoza, LAMB by Yared Zeleke, LAST CAB TO DARWIN by Jeremy Sims, THE SUMMER OF SANGAILE by Alanté Kavaïté, AN ITALIAN NAME by Francesca Archibugi, THE CLEARSTREAM AFFAIR by Vincent Garenq

  • 13/04/2015 Markets

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    April 13-16, Cannes

    AN ITALIAN NAME by Francesca Archibugi  THE CLEARSTREAM AFFAIR by Vincent Garenq  TOKYO FIANCEE by Stefan Liberski  BIRD PEOPLE by Pascale Ferran  GETT, THE TRIAL OF VIVIANE AMSALEM by Ronit & Shlomi Elkabetz  GIRLHOOD by Céline Sciamma  NOW OR NEVER by Serge Frydman  WTF by Gabriel Julien-Laferrière  NOW OR NEVER by Serge Frydman...  

  • 23/03/2015 Markets

    Hong Kong IFF & Filmart

    March 23 - April 6, Hong Kong

    TOKYO FIANCEE by Stefan Liberski (Filmart)  THE NEW GIRLFRIEND by François Ozon  BIRD PEOPLE by Pascale Ferran  GETT, THE TRIAL OF VIVIANE AMSALEM by Ronit & Shlomi Elkabetz  GOODNIGHT MOMMY by Veronika Franz & Severin Fiala  THE MAN FROM ORAN by Lyes Salem  40-LOVE by Stéphane Demoustier

  • 06/03/2015 Markets

    New York Rendez-vous with French Cinema

    March 6-15, New York

    YOUNG TIGER by Cyprien Vial  MAY ALLAH BLESS FRANCE ! by Abd Al Malik  40-LOVE by Stéphane Demoustier

  • The Clearstream Affair 12/02/2015 Box Office

    The Clearstream Affair: #1 French movie

    The Clearstream Affair opened yesterday, and is the #1 French movie in Paris.

  • Girlhood 11/02/2015 Awards

    Céline Sciamma receives a special prize at Lumière Awards

    The academy granted a special prize to honor director Celine Sciamma for Girlhood, which had been nominated in the best film, director and actress categories.

  • 05/02/2015 Markets

    Berlinale-EFM Screening Schedule

    February 5-15

  • The Summer of Sangaile 02/02/2015 Awards

    The Summer of Sangaile wins Best Director Award at Sundance

    World Cinema Dramatic Competition

    The Summer of Sangaile brings back the Directing Award from the World Cinema Dramatic competition at this year's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The Lithuanian film will premiere in Europe at the Berlinale Panorama selection on February 7 (8pm, CinemaxX 7).

  • Girlhood 30/01/2015 Awards

    Girlhood receives 4 César award nominations

    Including Best Director and Most Promising Actress

    Girlhood is nominated in 4 different categories: Best Director (Céline Sciamma), Most Promising Actress (main actress Karidja Touré), Best Music (Para One), Best Sound (Pierre André, Daniel Sobrino). The film, which premiered at Cannes in the Directors' Fortnight competition is currently out in the US.

  • Eastern Boys 30/01/2015 Awards

    Eastern Boys grabs 3 César award nominations

    Including Best Film and Best Director

    Eastern Boys is nominated in 3 different categories for this year's César Awards: Best Film, Best Director (Robin Campillo) and Most Promising Actor (Kirill Emelyanov). Winners will be announced on February 20.

  • May Allah Bless France! 30/01/2015 

    May Allah Bless France gets 2 César Award nominations

    Including Best First Film and Most Promising Actor

    May Allah Bless France! by Abd Al Malik, and featuring Marc Zinga as Regis/Abd Al Malik, will be present at the 2015 César Award Ceremony with nominations in two categories: Best First Feature and Most Promising Actor (Marc Zinga). The film will screen at the Berlin EFM on February 6 (1:30 PM, CineStar 5).

  • An Italian Name 28/01/2015 Acquisitions

    FD picks up An Italian Name

    Films Distribution picks-up Italian box office hit “An Italian Name”.  This laugh-out-loud comedy directed by Francesca Archibugi, stars Alessandro Gassman and  Micaela Ramazzotti and is adapted from French international hit “Le Prénom” (What's in a Name?). The Italian comedy released last week grossed $1.2 million on its first weekend, the movie will premiere in Berlin at EFM on February 5 (4:50 PM, CinemaxX 5) & February 8 (4:45 PM, Cinestar 1).  

  • The Summer of Sangaile 27/01/2015 Press

    The Summer of Sangaile enlightens Sundance

    "A poetic surprise from Lithuania. A haunting, hypnotically shot story about a young woman in love with flying and another teenage girl who encourages her passion." - LA Times "It's a delightful film with stimulating visuals" - Slug Magazine "Kavaïté has a gift for lyrical sensuality" - Mike D'Angelo "An uplifting (literally!) romantic drama" - Michael Arbeiter "Alanté Kavaïté levels a far more honest eye upon the girls' lovemaking than Abdellatif Kéchiche's animalistic male gaze ... Gorgeous photography filled with beauty and symbolism; strong sound design and score; lead performances impress; honest till the end" - Rob Hunter "Appealingly simple, poetically conceived teen coming-of-age tale" - The Hollywood Reporter "It's remarkable, even hours after seeing the picture, how many images Kavaïté is able to compose that stick in your head" - Gregory Ellwood, Hitflix