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    If You Haven't Heard of French Director Bertrand Tavernier, Here's a Good Place to Start

    At 72, Tavernier shows no signs of slowing his eclectic experimentation.

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    Berlin Review: Christopher Gans' 'Beauty and the Beast,' With Lea Seydoux and Vincent Cassel, Is a Fairy Tale Dud

    The recent spate of fairy tale movies from around the world has been, at best, a halfhearted effort. On the heels of "Red Riding Hood," "Snow White and the Huntsman," "Mirror, Mirror," "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters," "Jack the Giant Slayer," the upcoming "Maleficent" and the television series "O...

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    Berlin Review: Alain Resnais' 'Life of Riley' Is Disappointingly Lackluster Filmed Theater From a French New Wave Master

    The filmmaker vanishes into the static nature of the stage play that provides the movie with its source material.

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    Is This Film Festival 'The European Sundance'?

    In 2010, Variety labeled the Les Arcs Film Festival as the "European Sundance." It wasn't entirely wrong about that – but not entirely right either.

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    Review: Dutch Documentary 'Don't Leave Me' Is the Best Buddy Comedy In Years

    If Jim Jarmusch made a movie about two alcoholic friends hanging out in the woods, it might look something like the Dutch documentary "Don't Leave Me."

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    The Inspiration Behind 'Haute Cuisine' Dishes On Cooking For The President

    I'm not a 'foodie.' I like sandwiches -- the simple things. That's why I was initially hesitant over a screening of a two hour film about French cuisine and a Q&A with the film's inspiration. I thought I'd be lost as first, second and third dishes were endlessly analyzed and flavors were discussed. ...

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    Audrey Tautou On Playing a Repressed Housewife in 'Therese' and Why She Doesn't Crave the Hollywood Spotlight

    While most in American still know Audrey Tautou as "Amélie," in France the actress has carved out a robust career by playing a wildly varied list of characters in films that couldn't be further removed from Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Parisian fantasy, in hits like "Priceless" and "Coco Before Chanel."

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    Exclusive: Watch French Girls Behaving Badly in Trailer for 'Les Coquillettes'

    Sophie Letourneur's sexy, playful romp "Les coquillettes" is getting a one week release next week at the MoMA in New York, from July 17-23. MoMA is teaming up with Tangerine Entertainment, the production company for female directors started by industry veterans Amy Hobby and Anne Hubbell.

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    Gilles Jacob Stepping Down As Cannes President

    A week ahead of opening night of the 66th Cannes Film Festival, festival president Gilles Jacob has announced he will step down from his post in 2015 -- that's 38 years after joining the festival in 1977.

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    Watch: Trailer for French Romantic Comedy 'Populaire' Hints at a Crowdpleaser Along the Lines of 'The Artist'

    Among the countless dramatic international fare making it into theaters throughout the coming months, Regis Roinsard's "Populaire" has continued to stand out for the sheer sense of delight emerging from the film's breezy tone, infectious look and screwball tone. With a release date currently set for...

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