France Makes Lightsaber Duelling An Official Sport

The French Fencing Federation has made lightsaber duelling an officially recognised competitive sport...

“Indochine” Is Sumptuous, Sweeping & Grandiose

Indochine is sumptuous, sweeping & grandiose, embroiling us in political concerns, resurgent Communism and the faltering grip French occupation...
Posted On 16 Feb 2017

Top 10 French Romantic-Comedies Of The 21st Century

To celebrate Up For Love's release, we list ten of the very best romantic comedies France has to offer...

“Taxi” Not Worth the Fare

When a French detective teams up with a law breaking motorhead to catch a group of German bank robbers, all sorts of ludicrous things can happen, as Mark Fraser discovered while sitting through a movie scripted by one of France’s most successful film makers.
Posted On 26 Dec 2014

Review: The Assault

Julien Leclercq's limp retelling of the 1994 hostage crisis aboard Air France's Flight 8969 celebrates military might over the individual stories of those involved.

Review: The Burma Conspiracy

Jerome Salle writes and directs this sequel to 2008's Largo Winch based on the Belgium comic of the same name. Is it worth seeing? Andy Boxall finds out.
Posted On 16 Jan 2012

Review: Ils (“Them”)

Ils (released in the US and UK as Them) sees loved-up couple Clementine (Olivia Bonamy) and Lucas (Michael Cohen) being harassed in their beautiful but secluded countryside home by an unseen but decidedly nasty foe. Directors David Moreau and Xavier Palud premise the...

Top 10 Francois Truffaut Films

“I demand that a film express either the joy of making cinema or the agony of making cinema. I am not at all interested in anything in between.” – Francois Truffaut Read on to discover more about Francois Truffaut and the French New Wave OR go straight to the...