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Film Review: Personal Shopper

Two years after the highly esteemed drama “Clouds of Sils Maria”, French writer/director Olivier Assayas tackles a psychological drama/thriller bolstered by crime and spiritualism. Kristen Stewart is Maureen Cartwright, an American personal shopper based in Paris where she’s assisting Kyra … Continue reading

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New York’s Love Affair With French Cinema

New Yorkers are in love again, l’amour fou as they say, with French cinema. Not only has the film “Un Prophete” emerged as one of the big international hits of the year (a much deserved Oscar nominee that should have won … Continue reading

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The 14th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema Returns To Open The Newly Renovated Alice Tully Hall with U.S. Premiere of “Paris 36”

The Film Society of Lincoln Center will help re-open Lincoln Center’s newly renovated Alice Tully Hall with the U.S. premiere of Christophe Barratier’s “Paris 36,” the Opening Night selection of The Film Society and Unifrance’s celebrated annual film series, Rendez-Vous … Continue reading

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An Opinionated Take On The 14th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema

Next month, the Film Society of Lincoln Center presents its annual “Rendezvous with French Cinema.” French cinema produces enough interesting films yearly to justify an annual series, something that seems less likely to be true of, say, Spanish or even … Continue reading

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