A group of students at Supinfocom Arles school, France, have directed a short about a calm but strange funeral. Watch Le Taxidermiste.
A Roman soldier is asked to deliver a message through the forest, but has to pass through a bear guarding its own space. Watch Dum Spiro.
The French film Day of the Crows is a most welcome, beautiful and well-constructed story of a savage environment with its long-hidden secrets.
The French directors Julie Rembauville and Nicolas Bianco-Levrin investigate what happens in a society that revolves around the letter R. Watch the film
Interested in Jean Genet? Watch the experimental Holy Water by Tunc Gencer.
Watch an inventive, and brain-worthy little film: Je m' appelle Nathan (My name is Nathan) by Benoit Berthe.
7 directors tell a romantic death story between a skeleton, a woman and a dog. Watch Le fantôme de l'apéro.
The French feature film A Monster in Paris is in reality a paean to Paris, but not to its citizens.
Benjamin Renner presents his César-nominated, La queue de la souris (A Mouse Tale). Watch the film.
The Cannes-awarded Bruno Collet presents his latest, rotoscope film, His Indochina.
Sometimes visual deficiencies become a challenges for animators. Read the info about and watch the Astigmatismofilm, now Annecy-selected.
Le Tableau (The Painting) by the French master Jean-François Laguionie can at the same time enchant the eye and capture the mind of the spectator.
A French graduation film, Let the sun come in by Charles Lemor attains drama and beauty.
What happens when the inner conflict in you becomes a version of the Evil Queen mirror? Watch the relentless Réflexion by Yoshimichi Tamura & Planktoon.
Review of the French animated feature film, Zarafa.