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    Cannes Review: An Aging Stripper Finds Love In Un Certain Regard Opener 'Party Girl'

    Amateur performer Angélique Litzenburger stars as a fictionalized version of herself, playing a 60-year-old bar hostess and cabaret performer stuck in the same cycle of recklessness that has weighed down on her for the duration of her life.

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    Cannes Review: Céline Sciamma's 'Girlhood' Is One of the Best Coming of Age Movies In Years

    The director's third feature confirms mastery over the coming-of-age drama, a genre too often reduced to its simplest ingredients.

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    Marion Cotillard on Learning a Whole New Language to Play a Polish Prostitute in ‘The Immigrant’

    Marion Cotillard is never one to back down from a challenge, as with her most recent role in James Gray's "The Immigrant."

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    Exclusive Cahiers du Cinéma Reviews In English: Agnes Varda and 'Les Misérables'

    Indiewire is pleased to be partnering with FIAF and Cahiers du Cinéma to present reviews of classic French films currently screening in New York.

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    Exclusive Cahiers du Cinéma Reviews In English: A French Classic That Inspired Leos Carax And More

    On the occasion of its 700th issue, legendary French film magazine Cahiers du Cinéma has partnered with the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), New York’s premiere French cultural center, to present a special two-part CinéSalon film series.

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    Claude Lelouch's Advice to Filmmakers: 'Love life with all its flaws'

    Women in love, men who betray them, resentful daughters, and endless other roles all exist within the genealogy of Claude Lelouch's films. What can life still teach a man who at 76 has not only lived an outstanding existence, but who has used his experiences to imbue many of his 44 films with pure r...

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    What Does French Cinema Mean Today? COLCOA Has the Answer

    COLCOA (City of Lights/ City of Angels) French Film Festival offers a near-comprehensive representation of the state of filmmaking in France.

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    'Bright Days Ahead' Star Fanny Ardant on Never Slowing Down: 'I never think of life in terms of holidays'

    Like many of her middle-aged French peers (Catherine Deneuve, Juliette Binoche, Charlotte Rampling, Isabelle Huppert, and co.), Fanny Ardant remains an in-demand talent across the pond. Whereas in America, actresses over 50 are often delegated to playing the doting mom (if they're offered anything a...

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    'Young & Beautiful' Director François Ozon on Writing for Women and Courting Controversy at Cannes

    The remarkably prolific French filmmaker François Ozon is back in theaters this Friday with the coming-of-age drama "Young & Beautiful" just a mere year after opening his last film, "In the House," theatrically in North America.

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    18th Annual City of Lights, City of Angels (COLCOA) Film Festival Reveals Lineup

    The Franco-American Cultural Fund has announced the line-up for the 18th annual City of Lights, City of Angels (COLCOA) Film Festival.

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