[INTERVIEW] Gore Verbinski & Dane DeHaan (“A Cure For Wellness”)

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For the French release of the new film by Gore Verbinski, A Cure For Wellness, and thanks to the distributor Twentieth Century Fox France, we had the chance to meet the director and the main actor Dane DeHaan during a Q&A. Let’s watch the video of it.

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Sundance Channel Shorts Competition 2016: The 4 Jury Awards

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Let’s take a look at the four Belgian, French, Polish, Spanish short films Jury Awards at Sundance Channel Shorts Competition 2016: Nymphet by Laura Hermanides, Por no morir nada más vernos by Carlos Crespo, Gagarine by Fanny Liatard/Jérémy Trouilh and Kreatury by Tessa Moult-Milewska.  

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Sundance Channel Shorts Competition 2016: The French winners


Bulles de Culture has been fortunate to be part of the Jury of Sundance Channel Shorts Competition 2016. Back on the French winners of this year.

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[REVIEW] “Ogres” (2015) by Léa Fehner

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After a noticed debut film about prison (Silent Voices), the director Léa Fehner takes us in the footsteps of a touring theatre. Ogres (Les Ogres) is the story of men and women who enjoy life to the fullest.

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[NEWS] Where to see The Hateful Eight (2015) in Ultra Panavision 70 in France?


Even if he wanted it shown in Ultra Panavision 70, not all French cinemas have the equipment necessary to project films in the format which Quentin Tarantino wanted so much for The Hateful Eight, to be see in. French film distributers SND (Société Nouvelle de Distribution) have certified a number of cinemas around the country, and we have the list below.     

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When Marnie Was There (2014), the nostalgia for Ghibli

Hiromasa Yonebayashi, parent of the funny and naive Arrietty: The small world of scroungers, is back with When Marnie Was There (思い出のマーニー, 2014), a second animated feature film and a beautiful adaptation of the novel When Marnie Was There by Joan G. Robinson (1967), an English children’s classic book.

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[REVIEW] “Lost River” (2014), somewhere over the rainbow


Lost River is the first feature film directed by the actor Ryan Gosling (Drive, The Place Beyond the Pines). A successful first one? Our review.

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[REVIEWS] “Brothers”, “Fantastic Mr. Fox”, “Edge of Darkness”, “Dumas”

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Our film reviews on: Brothers (2009) by Jim Sheridan, Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) by Wes Anderson, Edge of Darkness (2010) by Martin Campbell, Dumas (L’Autre Dumas, 2009) by Safy Nebbou.

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“Saint Laurent”, the monster you live with

  If only by considering its canonizing title, Saint Laurent, Bertrand Bonello’s new film establishes a connection with the name of its main character which gets declined in several configurations, to the point where it squarely becomes a plot point.  

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[REVIEW] “Pride” (2014): Nothing but happiness!

To have again faith in human being, in his kindness and in his ability to change the world, it seems inconceivable but that is what Pride will do to you. Our review on this film directed by Matthew Warchus with Bill Nighy (Love Actually, Indian Palace) and Imelda Staunton (Vera Drake, Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix).

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