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The eagerly anticipated first instalment of Martin Bourboulon’s lavish, all-star production of Alexandre Dumas’ classic adventure The Three Musketeers, the first French-made big-screen adaptation produced in over 30 years
A secret from the past shatters old alliances in the spectacular conclusion to Martin Bourboulon’s lavish, all-star production of The Three Musketeers, the first French-made big-screen adaptation produced in over 30 years.
The wildly entertaining new comedy from Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache (The Intouchables, C'est la vie!) stars Pio Marmaï and Jonathan Cohen as two compulsive spenders way out of their depth.
The lavish new historical drama from writer/director Maïwenn (Mon Rois, Polisse) is freely inspired by the life of the titular rags-to-riches social climber, a working-class woman who became the mistress of King Louis XV.
After the smash-hit international success of Antoinette In The Cévennes, writer/director Caroline Vignal and the fabulous Laure Calamy reunite for a comedy about reignited desire in the modern age.
Vincent Macaigne and Cecile de France star in award-winning director Martin Provost's new historical drama about the colourful relationship and collaboration of the famous post-Impressionist painter and his wife.
Emmanuelle Devos and Daniel Auteuil star in the gripping new film from acclaimed writer/director Joachim Lafosse, a provocative human drama of secrets, duty and complicity.
Guillaume Canet and Alba Rohrwacher are electric together in award-winning writer/director Stéphane Brizé's achingly tender new romance about two former lovers who unexpectedly cross paths in a sleepy holiday town.
One of the major discoveries of the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, Marie Amachoukeli’s vibrant drama explores the precious bond between a six-year-old French girl and her nanny, and what happens when it is unexpectedly placed in jeopardy.
Featuring a revelatory performance from Benjamin Lavernhe, Frédéric Tellier’s sweeping and deeply-affecting new historical epic charts the extraordinary life of the titular priest and humanitarian (1912-2007).
The exquisite, enchanting new animated adventure from the Academy Award-nominated directors of A Cat In Paris features the voice talents of Audrey Tautou and Guillaume Canet.