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A monthly cinema feature with a special French focus.
Cinefile October-November 2019 French releases
Cinefile September 2019 - Port Authority, Du Sable et du Feu
Cinefile Late Summer 2019 - Untouchable and Late Night
In which... Denis Lavant talks about Alverson's 'The Mountain', Lav Diaz about 'The Halt'
All about Yves, My Polish Honeymoon and Zombi Child
CANNES 2019 SPECIAL: Les Misérables, Atlantique,
Nadav Lapid's Synonymes and Alvaro Brechner's A Twelve Year Night
'The Journey' and 'Whatever happened to my revolution'
January Special : French film Kabullywood harnesses youths' hunger for arts
CINEFILE January 2019 Another Day of Life and Les invisibles
I Feel Good, Fortuna, The Wind Turns
Love smoulders in Cold War and embers refuse to die in L'amour Flou
A compassionately splendid The Happy Prince, in We the Coyotes, LA tests young love
Happy as Lazzaro and The Mumbai Murders
Young men make tough, clear choices in 'Shéhérazade' and 'Sauvage'
Martel's colonial, absurd and splendid 'Zama' and Silver's rare Franco-US coprod 'Thirst Street'
Lav Diaz's dark Season of the Devil, Samuel Collardey's luminous A Polar Year
Cannes Film Festival awards and The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir
Is Gemma Arterton a happy woman; Walid Mattar follows the Northern Wind
The Prayer; The International Paris documentary film festival
Two wrongs don't make a right in the tense movie, The Insult
The Orchestra Class directed by Rachid Hami and The Planter by Marine Francen
Beauty and the Dogs tells not so pretty Tunisian rape tale
A unique look at war in Philippe van Leeuw's In Syria and Raoul Peck's lesser-bearded The Young Karl Marx
A meeting with 120 BPM's Robin Campillo
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