Jawad Rhalib's latest film distinguished itself on Sunday, November 26, by winning the Audience Award at the 27th edition of Œillades, the Francophone Film Festival. Screened in Albi, AMAL was honored with the Public Prize.
The lead actress of the film "AMAL" won the Best Actress Award at the closing ceremony of the 27th edition of the Tallinn festival.
In cinemas on October 25th.
The film secured the 4th place for the Audience Award.
Jawad Rhalib's new film to be shown at Ghent and Tallinn festivals
Robin Campillo's new film will be shown worldwide at the end of September and beginning of October in San Sebastian and London respectively.
For the occasion, Emilia Clarke will receive the New Hollywood Award.
For his comeback, Rémi Bezançon has set his sights on a "buddy movie", a genre he already masters admirably.
It's time to relive these two cinematic sensations brought to life by women of character
The International Festival has just announced the official selection for its 71st edition, which runs from 22 to 30 September.
30 films were rewarded, including Camille Ponsin's poignant film
After 120 battements par minute (Grand prix at Cannes in 2017), the director takes us back to his past life with Red Island
After "Never on the First Night" released in 2014 and "Everything Smiles at Us", in 2021, Mélissa Drigeard's new comedy returns to splash us with a good dose of friendship
For the occasion, most of the leading actors will return to our screens: Louise Bourgoin, Bouli Lanners, Alice Belaïdi, Karim Leklou, Zacharie Chasseriaud and Géraldine Nakkache
Very hard and very soft, realistic and poetic, Houria is not only a portrait of a woman but of a generation trying to move forward in a society that wants them to be invisible and submissive
After 8 Femmes and Potiche, François Ozon opens a new chapter in his theatrical trilogy
Robin Campillo returns with a new drama
Christian Marti and Gigi Lepage hailed at the César Awards for their creative impulse
The poster for the 2023 edition of the César Ceremony unveils a poster from our film Annette by Leos Carax, which won the Best Director award at last year's César Awards.
Actor Denis Ménochet has been nominated for Best Actor at the 2023 Césars while Stefan Crepon has been acclaimed for Best New Male Actor, both of whom appeared in Peter von Kant
Sundance Institute's Science-in-Film and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation have honoured The Pod Generation for the start of 2023
A film in the shape of a heat bubble in the middle of winter
Catherine Poulain's bestseller "Le Grand Marin" has been adapted into a film
After a cinema release in Switzerland, Germany and Luxembourg, the film is now in the cinemas of our French neighbors since December 28
The film will have its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.
SCOPE and RTL revive the 1985 Heysel drama in 6 episodes broadcast from October 18.