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Cannes: Mia Hansen-Love’s ‘One Fine Morning’ Wins Europa Cinemas Award

Mia Hansen-Løve’s One Fine Morning has won the Europa Cinemas Label as best European film in the Directors’ Fortnight section. The film will now receive promotional support for its European release from the Europa Cinemas Network, an association of some 3,000 art house cinemas in 42 countries across the continent, to encourage theaters to book […]

Léa Seydoux in Mia Hansen-Love’s ‘One Fine Morning’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

The actress plays a single mom juggling an ailing father and a new lover in the latest from the writer-director of 'Bergman Island' and 'Things to Come.'

Vicky Krieps and Tim Roth in Mia Hansen-Løve’s ‘Bergman Island’: Film Review | Cannes 2021

The actors star along with Mia Wasikowska in a movie about screenwriters navigating crises of love and career on the island made famous by Ingmar Bergman.

Cannes: Mia Hansen-Løve on ‘Bergman Island,’ the Ghost of the Swedish Filmmaker and Her “Awful” 2020

It’s been an intense year for Mia Hansen-Løve. The French director of All Is Forgiven (2007) and Things to Come (2016) had finished her new film — her English-language debut Bergman Island, starring Tim Roth, Vicky Krieps, and Mia Wasikowska — when COVID struck and France, along with much of the world, went into lockdown. […]

Stephane Brize’s ‘A Woman’s Life’ Takes France’s Louis Delluc Prize

The director's follow-up to his Cannes winner 'The Measure of a Man' is an adaptation of the Guy de Maupassant novel.

Berlin: Sundance Selects Grabs Isabelle Huppert’s ‘Things to Come’

Mia Hansen-Love's Isabelle Huppert-starring drama had its premiere in Berlin to strong reviews.

The Party’s Over: Director Mia Hansen-Love on Her French Electronic Music Epic ‘Eden’ (Q&A)

The 34-year-old writer-director discusses the hard choices she had to make in a film that's both personal and generational.

‘Eden’: Toronto Review

French director Mia Hansen-Løve chronicles the rise and fall of the Parisian DJs who didn't become Daft Punk.