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In the 16 years since she gained international acclaim for her extraordinary talent and beauty in Claude Berri's Manon of the Spring, Emmanuelle Béart has continually impressed viewers in films by Olivier Assayas, Claude Chabrol, Claire Denis, François Ozon, Jacques Rivette, and Claude Sautet among others. (There was even a Hollywood detour in Mission Impossible.) This special evening with her will consist of clips, conversation, and a screening of her latest triumph, André Téchiné's Strayed. | Read More
Once-great actor Serge Tanneur (Fabrice Luchini) now spends his days alone, cycling through the windblown landscape of France’s Île de Ré. Even an offer from his old friend Gauthier (Lambert Wilson) to return to the stage in Molière’s The Misanthrope fails to draw his interest. At least, at first. Phillippe Le Guay’s charming comedy of egos colliding on the French seaside turns into a neatly crafted, wonderfully performed search for the creative spark. | Read MoreComedy
Mariscos Beach is the Mediterranean paradise where Marc and his wife Beatrix vacation with their adult children. But over the course of this hilarious, sexy romp, the couple suspects their straight son is gay and the perfect marriage is tested by the chance meetings. With Valerie Bruni-Tedeschi, Gilbert Melki, Jean-Marc Barr.
A Strand Releasing release. | Read More
Renowned Spanish expat choreographer Li wrote, choreographed, directed, and stars in this energetic freestyle dance extravaganza. Featuring a hip multicultural Parisian cast and with mood and moves to spare, The Dance Challenge is an invigorating nouveau-musical that can capture audiences of all ages without losing its street cred. | Read More
Neve (Marie Missy Keating) is the lone survivor of a bloody massacre after the furniture and objects in her family’s isolated house take on a monstrous life of their own. The police ignore her wild stories, and the family friends and social worker who take her in try to introduce her to a new life. But in this psychological thriller, Neve is unable to leave her violent past behind her, endangering everyone who crosses her path. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Horror
Le Havre’s Maison de l’armateur is one of the few house in the city to survive the D-Day bombings. Built like a spiral, it houses treasures that tell the story of Western colonialism. Through its owner’s special relationship to these objects, and with a soundtrack based on Bernard Hermann’s score to Psycho, Dead World Order examines the desire to preserve and organize objects and, by so doing, tell a specific historical tale. | Read MoreDrama and Female Director(s)
Frédéric Tcheng’s masterful documentary enters the storied world of the House of Christian Dior, with a privileged, behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Raf Simons’ first Dior Haute Couture collection as artistic director. Beautifully melding the everyday, pressure-filled components of fashion with a mysterious and elegant reverence for the history of this iconic brand, Tcheng’s colorful homage to the seamstresses of the atelier is nothing short of magical. | Read MoreDocumentary and NY Director(s)
In North America more than 100,000 children are held in detention centers. Sixty percent are destined to become repeat offenders. Director Kim Chapiron (Sheitan, TFF '06) takes a searing look at three incarcerated teenagers fighting for their lives and for hope. An electrifying cast delivers blistering performances packed with violent intensity and emotional power in this story of unlikely friendships in the midst of a brutal and deficient correctional system. | Read More
Dreamscapes looks behind and beyond the canvas of artist Stephen Hannock, following him from his Newcastle opening to the canals of Venice and the streets of New York.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Triptych program. | Read MoreDocumentary