Programme TV Télé 7 : que regarder à la
Télé 7 JoursProgramme TV Télé 7 : que regarder à la télé le 24 septembre ?Télé 7 JoursOn termine cette sélection avec le film Les Fantômes du chapelier de Claude Chabrol à suivre à 20h45 sur Ciné + Classic. Chapelier dans une petite ville bretonne, Léon Labbé mène une existence bourgeois au côté de son jeune employé Valentin et de sa ...and more »
Posted on 24 September 2017 | 4:56 am
Thirst Street - slantmagazine
Thirst Streetslantmagazine... that one doesn't know where to place their empathy, and Silver's mastery of tone recalls other filmmakers who've mixed tragedy and comedy to unmooring, exhilaratingly ambiguous ends, such as Alan Rudolph, Pedro Almodóvar, and Claude Chabrol.
Posted on 17 September 2017 | 8:03 am
What to Stream This Weekend: Five Movies for
The New YorkerWhat to Stream This Weekend: Five Movies for the Back-to-School SeasonThe New YorkerFor his second feature, Claude Chabrol, too, went back to college and made “Les Cousins” (the Criterion Channel on FilmStruck and Kanopy), from 1959, which is set in the law faculty in Paris, where Chabrol had studied several years earlier. It's the ...
Posted on 15 September 2017 | 12:24 pm
'Catch the Wind' ('Prendre le large'): Film
Hollywood Reporter'Catch the Wind' ('Prendre le large'): Film Review | TIFF 2017Hollywood ReporterIt's a rather far-fetched idea that the excellent Bonnaire, who's shown a knack for playing working-class outsiders in modern French classics like Agnes Varda's Vagabond and Claude Chabrol's La Ceremonie, instills with a credible level of gravitas ...
Posted on 8 September 2017 | 9:58 pm
Director Xavier Legrand on 'Custody';
VarietyDirector Xavier Legrand on 'Custody'; Official Trailer Unveiled | VarietyVarietyQ&A: Xavier Legrand on his Buzzed About Venice/Toronto Competition Film 'Custody,' Official Trailer Unveiled.and more »
Posted on 8 September 2017 | 12:45 am
'Three Hearts': Love and fate and
Welcome it as beautiful and meaningful, or curse it as terrifying, but life sometimes seems thoroughly determined by the random and the haphazard, by the unpredictable dance of the universe, the fickle finger of fate.
Posted on 10 April 2015 | 1:02 am
Meet the 2015 Tribeca Filmmakers #13 : Diane
READ MORE: Meet the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmakers Reserved yoga instructor May's (Jessica Biel) peaceful, clean-living life is thrown out of balance by the arrival of her long-lost sister Shiva (Zosia Mamet), a street-smart yet naive young woman trapped in an abusive relationship. May feels compelled to rescue the hapless Shiva, but she finds herself increasingly drawn out of her sedate ...
Posted on 9 April 2015 | 7:33 am
Rendez Vous with French Cinema presents new
(MENAFN - Arab Times) LOS ANGELES March 8 (RTRS): The broad and diverse selection of French movies at the Cannes and Toronto festivals last year show that the health of Gallic cine...
Posted on 1 April 2015 | 8:43 pm
The film that makes me cry: Field of Dreams
When you’ve lost your father, Field of Dreams strikes home with an unexpected force – as the tourists who flock to the farm where it was filmed prove I first saw Field of Dreams on 25 December 1993, on ITV. My father had died on 11 January 1992. If you want to, you can stop reading now, because you don’t have to be a psychologist to work out why Field of Dreams made me cry. I was 22 when Dad ...
Posted on 26 March 2015 | 1:00 am
Ring Roads , After the Crash and The Age of
The latest Nobel prize winner and more... Page File El Reg bookworm Mark Diston looks at the latest from the publishing world with two recent French translations of best-selling books from Patrick Modiano and Michel Bussi. We've also a curious comment on our life and times by Douglas Coupland, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Shumon Basar that could well find its way into hipsters' pockets and student ...
Posted on 21 March 2015 | 2:11 am
Busan film fest to hold special screening of
Moreover, Charles Tesson, artistic director of the Cannes Film Festival Critics' Week, recommended "Summer Hours" (2008), while Cinematheque Francaise Programming Director Jean-Francois Rauger recommended "Bellamy" (2009) by Claude Chabrol. The last ...
Posted on 19 August 2015 | 4:09 pm
Film Review: ‘Paulette’
While the film is too simple-minded to take seriously, the pleasure of seeing an upstanding actress like Lafont (a New Wave fixture who made nine films with Claude Chabrol) deliver such a surprising role at the end of her career should work in any language ...
Posted on 14 August 2015 | 2:40 am
French Connection,’ ‘Body Heat’ among
The private detective soon finds himself involved in a murder. Sept. 22: “Le Beau Serge,” 1958, directed by Claude Chabrol. Francois returns to his home village in France after more than a decade away and tries to find out what happened to his old ...
Posted on 13 August 2015 | 3:30 am
Generation Y Satire Meets Screwball Comedy
The movie also features passages of mumblecore-non-sequitur dialogue, a synth-rock score (by Wareham and Britta Phillips) that could be flirting with a copyright-infringement lawsuit from New Order and a poster for Claude Chabrol's Les Biches, recalling ...
Posted on 12 August 2015 | 8:03 pm
Cohen Film Collection serves Claude
We love movies that scare us until our bowels are empty. Now, the Cohen Film Collection will bring one of the final films of master director Claude Chabrol to Blu-ray and DVD. The digitally remastered Nightcap will be released in deluxe Blu-ray and DVD ...
Posted on 4 September 2014 | 3:35 am
Police in Warsaw confirm arrest of Chechen separatist Akhmed Zakayev on international warrant
Posted on 10 September 2010 | 3:53 am
Open Question: Which of the following films
I'm doing a course in france on the history of cinema and i've been given a list of the genres mentioned and these films which im trying to organise into genres. please help!
L’Avventura de Michelangelo Antonioni
Désert Rouge de Michelangelo Antonioni
A bout de souffle de Jean-Luc Godard
400 couprs de François Truffaut
Le beau Serge de Claude Chabrol
Porcherie de Pier Paolo Pasolini
L’Année Dernière à Marienbad d’Alain Resnais
Hiroshima mon Amour d’Alain Resnais
Posted on 7 May 2014 | 8:33 pm
Resolved Question: What are some taut,
the few that i like are:
('60s) "Cape Fear" (directed by j. lee thompson, 1962)
('70s) "Nada" (directed by Claude Chabrol, 1974)
"Day of the Jackal" (directed by Fred Zinnemann, 1973)
"Three Days of the Condor" (directed by Sydney Pollack, 1975)
"Marathon Man" (directed by John Schlesinger, 1976)
Answer away! Broaden my mind. Tell me of obscure, outside-of-the -box, hard-to-find thrillers that really thrill that were made between the years 1960 and 1979.
Please let me know of more captivatingly suspenseful stuff from the years 1960 to 1979. Please DO NOT refer me to one of those generic internet lists of thrillers. Those lists often mention films that are not even of the thriller genre. Give me your own personal recommendations, a list of 60s +70s thrillers that you personally like. Please DO NOT refer me to one of those generic internet lists of thrillers. Those lists often mention films that are not even of the thriller genre. Give me your own personal recommendations, a list of 60s +70s thrillers that you personally like. I already saw Chinatown, Psycho, Manchurian Candidate, Charade, The Conformist, and The Conversation. Refer me to more thrillers other than these films. "Chinatown" is like a neo-noir movie, "Psycho" is a horror movie, "Manchurian Candidate" is an avant-garde thriller, "Charade" is a comedy-thriller, "The Conformist" is a political movie/drama and "The Conversation" is a character study/drama. What I am seeking is strictly thrillers.
C'mon, ppl, gimme more recommendations. Plzzz...
Posted on 18 May 2013 | 10:51 pm
Resolved Question: What is a good way to
for my french class i have to do a "cultural activity". it is due by the end of the semester but i havent thought of anything, my teacher said i could go to a concert or cook something or watch a french movie but i have no idea what to cook and the only french concert i found was yelle and she's going to LA and i dont want to spend money on tickets. anybody ideas? i live in california so dont tell me to go to france -_-
Posted on 7 November 2011 | 1:48 pm
Resolved Question: Why does God need Satan
I love mirrors. They let one pass through the surface of things.
Posted on 20 May 2011 | 4:23 am
Resolved Question: Famous French Film
What are some famous and well know French film makers either in Hollywood or just very famous in France? Must be from France! Thanks! Also, they could be film makers in history that have past away.....
Posted on 8 March 2011 | 1:12 pm