Nicolas Boukhrief, director of Made in France, shares the advice given to him by the late auteur when he worked with him in the '80s.
Stephen Cone on the latest film by the criminally undervalued French filmmaker André Téchiné, a director very important to Cone's life and work.
Shannon Plumb on Thomas Bidegain's Les Cowboys, which updates the Western for the post-9/11 world.
Though less internationally well-known than his peers, Garrel is one of the great French auteurs and his new film finds him at the peak of his powers.
The French actor's latest directorial effort prompts discussion of 4x3 aspect ratio, short running times, nudity and the other kind of "TV movies."
Robin Wright plays Robin Wright in a surreal, dystopian vision of Hollywood's future, a film that's more psychic fiction than science fiction.
How do you bounce back from the lowest, most humiliating experience of your life? If you're Catherine Breillat, you make a film about it.