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Céline Sciamma

Abortion in Film: THR Critics Recommend 12 Movies to Revisit

At a moment when Roe v. Wade is under direct challenge, here are some of the most inspired examples of the ways filmmakers around the world have explored the reality of abortion in women's lives.

‘Paris, 13th District’ (‘Les Olympiades’): Film Review | Cannes 2021

Several Parisians try to figure out life, love and sex in the moodily shot black-and-white drama Paris, 13th District (Les Olympiades: Paris 13e). While the logline might sound like quite a few other French films out there, the names behind this project are perhaps a little more unexpected. In fact, The Sisters Brothers and A […]

Berlin: Mubi Takes Celine Sciamma’s ‘Petite Maman’ for U.K., Ireland, Turkey

The French director's follow-up to 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' is a time-travel tale involving an eight-year-old girl who meets her own mother as a child. 

Berlin: How COVID-19 Has Changed Onscreen Storytelling

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how movies are being made, but the new crop of films that screened at the Sundance and Berlin film festivals are evidence that the global pandemic is also having an impact on the stories filmmakers want to tell.

Berlin: Celine Sciamma on ‘Petite Maman,’ Kids, Time Travel and Hayao Miyazaki

In her new film, the French director of 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' tells a time-travel tale of an eight-year-old girl who meets her own mother as a child.

‘Petite Maman’: Film Review | Berlin 2021

Céline Sciamma follows her international arthouse breakthrough, 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire,' with this study of an 8-year-old girl who finds a unique path to better understanding her mother in the wake of loss.

Berlin: Ava Duvernay, Céline Sciamma Talks and Morning Yoga for Market Participants

Directors Ava Duvernay and Céline Sciamma will take part in online talks for the 2021 virtual Berlinale, which will also include daily industry podcasts and some Zoom Yoga.