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‘Forever Young’ (‘Les Amandiers’): Film Review | Cannes 2022

Valeria Bruni Tedeschi’s fifth feature follows a group of students admitted into Patrice Chéreau's Théâtre des Amandiers in Nanterre in the 1980s.

Woody Allen’s ‘Rifkin’s Festival’: Film Review

The director's 50th feature, about a writer and film teacher accompanying his publicist wife to a festival in Spain, stars Wallace Shawn, Gina Gershon, Louis Garrel and Elena Anaya.

‘Little Women’: Film Review

Saoirse Ronan reunites with 'Lady Bird' writer-director Greta Gerwig to play the heroine of 'Little Women,' Louisa May Alcott's American classic about four sisters forging their identities in the years after the Civil War.

‘An Officer and a Spy’: Film Review | Venice 2019

Jean Dujardin stars in Roman Polanski’s careful reconstruction of the Dreyfus affair, based on Robert Harris’ novel, 'An Officer and a Spy.'

‘The Unicorn’ Wins Buenos Aires Film Festival

Isabelle Dupuis and Tim Geraghty's 'The Unicorn' topped the 21st edition of the Buenos Aires Film Festival (Bafici), which announced on Saturday the awards of its six official competitions.

Kino Lorber Takes North American Rights to Louis Garrel’s ‘A Faithful Man’

Kino Lorber has picked up North American rights to actor-director Louis Garrel's 'A Faithful Man.'

Critics’ Conversation: In a Year of Unease, French Cinema Failed to Engage

THR's Paris-based critics ponder the best, worst and most baffling of French cinema in a year that ended with upheaval but failed to produce many films that meaningfully reflected the national mood.

‘Funan’: Film Review | Annecy 2018

Berenice Bejo and Louis Garrel lend their voices to Denis Do’s debut animated feature, 'Funan,' about a Cambodian family torn apart by the reign of the Khmer Rouge.

‘Lover for a Day’ (‘L’Amant d’un jour’): Film Review | Cannes 2017

Philippe Garrel's 'Lover for a Day' stars his daughter, Esther Garrel, and is the last part of a trilogy that started with 'Jealousy' and also included 'In the Shadow of Women.'

‘In the Shadow of Women’ (‘L’Ombre des femmes’): Cannes Review

Clotilde Courau and Stanislas Merhar headline this ironic tale of infidelity from French veteran director Philippe Garrel

Critic’s Notebook: All About Yves (The Battle of the Saint Laurent Biopics)

"Saint Laurent" is France's official pick for the foreign-language Oscar race. "Yves Saint Laurent" was a box office hit at home. So which film wins the YSL biopic battle?

‘Saint Laurent’: Cannes Review

The second French biopic about the iconic fashion designer in less than six months stars Lea Seydoux, Louis Garrel, Jeremie Renier and "Hannibal Rising's" Gaspard Ulliel in the title role.