Marco Lopez, a former Neo-Nazi and skinhead, tries to leave his violent, racist and hateful past behind him.
In 1988, the Figaro magazine asked to a few famous directors a series of short movies, to celebrate the 10 years of the revue. The thematic : The French seen by - The movies have been released for the French revolution bicentenary.
A director from the French New Wave has a meeting with a young, fashionable female actor with a background in television. Nothing goes the way it should.
Metallica Live in Nîmes, France - over 2 hours of the greatest hits live in a breathtaking Roman Coliseum. After the global destruction that was the Death Magnetic tour, in July 2009 the four horsemen of the apocalypse rode into the Roman Coliseum in Nîmes, France and unleashed a mind-blowing set of greatest hits including Enter Sandman, Master of Puppets, Nothing Else Matters and many more!
Director Jean Negulesco's 1959 comedy, about a small child hoping to reunite his estranged parents, stars Deborah Kerr, Rossano Brazzi, Maurice Chevalier, Martin Stephens, Tom Helmore, Patricia Medina, Steven Geray, Mona Washbourne and Ronald Squire.
A young boy and his two grandmothers flee from headhunters and other villainous types in the Brazilian rain forest in this wacky family adventure. Benjamin, whose mom is dead and whose dad is off in the jungle searching for gold, is more cool-headed than his two grandmothers, both of whom hate one another. Upper class teacher bristles at the coarse behavior of working class Suzanne, who shoplifts and cheats at cards. Soon bad guys threaten them, and the chase begins.
Sugar Sammy’s bilingual show performed 100% in french, in Quebec! The show that struck a chord by playfully undertaking topics such as sovereignty and french language laws. A show that simply transcended comedy and marked Quebec’s cultural fabric in a profound way. A must see, if you're from La Belle Province!
En Francais S.V.P. documents a year in the life of the Acadian Melanson family as they face the challenges of raising their French children in an English community.
This documentary is an account of the life and work of Louis Malle, a unique figure in cinema, who was one of the world's best-known French film directors.
Emperor Napoléon Ier's prodigious destiny, from his childhood in Corsica to the Return of the Ashes from Saint Helena, on the one hand, through popular imagery, engravings and paintings by great artists like David, Gros and Prud'hon, and, on the other hand, the landscapes and monuments that are the reminders of this great figure. The whole thing is unified by a commentary meant to captivate the public.
In this story-within-a-story, Anna is an actress starring opposite Mike in a period piece about the forbidden love between their respective characters, Sarah and Charles. Both actors are involved in serious relationships, but the passionate nature of the script leads to an off-camera love affair as well. While attempting to maintain their composure and professionalism, Anna and Mike struggle to come to terms with their infidelity.
France, 1940. In the first days of occupation, beautiful Lucile Angellier is trapped in a stifled existence with her controlling mother-in-law as they both await news of her husband: a prisoner of war. Parisian refugees start to pour into their small town, soon followed by a regiment of German soldiers who take up residence in the villagers' own homes. Lucile initially tries to ignore Bruno von Falk, the handsome and refined German officer staying with them. But soon, a powerful love draws them together and leads them into the tragedy of war.
At a lakeside hotel, Michel Piccoli discusses the centennial of cinema with Jean-Luc Godard. Godard asks why should cinema's birthday be celebrated when the history of film is a forgotten subject. Through the remainder of his hotel stay, Piccoli tests Godard's hypothesis.
Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier examines the great directors, actors, writers, composers and cinematographers of French cinema, including Jean Renoir, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Melville, Edmond T. Gréville and Guy Gilles.
The stories of the people of Villeneuve, a fictional subprefecture, in the Jura, in German–occupied France during the Second World War.