The truth

Fabienne is a star; a star of French cinema. She reigns amongst men who love and admire her: her new partner, her former husband, her agent… When she publishes her memoirs, her daughter Lumir (who has moved to the States to get away from her overbearing mother) returns to France with her husband and young child. The reunion between mother and daughter will quickly turn to confrontation: truths will be told, accounts settled, loves and resentments confessed. All under the astonished eyes of the men. At the same time, Fabienne is acting in a sci-fi movie, playing a mother who never grows old…

For his first feature set outside Japan, Kore-eda unites French screen legends Deneuve and Binoche in a powerful and emotional story of family conflicts.

Joan of Arc

Jeannette has become Jeanne. It is the beginning of the year 1429 and the Hundred Years’ War is still raging. Jeanne, invested with a military and spiritual mission, delivers the city of Orléans and returns the Dauphin to the French throne. She then goes to fight in Paris where she finds herself at the heart of the conflict’s internal struggles and comes up against the coarseness of French soldiers. Jeanne nonetheless remains entirely focused on her divine mission. After being taken prisoner in Compiègne by the Burgundians, she is handed over to the English. Her trial then begins in Rouen, conducted by Pierre Cauchon who seeks to deprive her of all credibility. Faithful to her mission and refusing to acknowledge the charges of witchcraft against her, Jeanne is sentenced to burn at the stake for heresy.

** Official selection Un certain regard – Cannes 2019 **

Special Jury Prize


Theatrical release September 6th, 2017

France, 1425. In the midst of the Hundred Years’ War, the young Jeannette, at the still tender age of 8, looks after her sheep in the small village of Domremy. One day, she tells her friend Hauviette how she cannot bear to see the suffering caused by the English. Madame Gervaise, a nun, tries to reason with the young girl, but Jeannette is ready to take up arms for the salvation of souls and the liberation of the Kingdom of France. Carried by her faith, she will become Joan of Arc.

** Selected at Directors’Fortnight – Cannes 2017 **

cannes-directors-2017-main* Best Film Festival FIFC at Trouville-sur-mer*


* Nomination Best Music Igorrr – 23rd Lumières Awards 2018**


THE INSULT by Ziad Doueiri

In today’s Beirut, an insult blown out of proportions finds Toni, a Lebanese Christian, and Yasser, a Palestinian refugee, in court. From secret wounds to traumatic revelations, the media circus surrounding the case puts Lebanon through a social explosion, forcing Toni and Yasser reconsider their lives and prejudices.

** Official Competition Mostra de Venezia**
Best Actor for Kamel el-Basha

Sans titre

** Official Selections at Telluride Film Festival & Toronto International Film Festival **

**62nd Valladolid International Film Festival : The Audience Award,
The Sociograph Award for the most emotional film, and the Blogos de Oro Award for the Best Feature Film of the official competition**

** Vienna Film Festival: Standard Readers Jury’s Award **

**Gouna International Festival: Silver star for best narrative film and Variety MENA Talent of the year award **

**Afi fest Hollywood: Audience Award-World Cinema **

**Rencontres de Cannes : Audience Award, Critic Award and Best Script Award**

 **Pessac International History Film Festival : Audience Award and Student Jury Award **

SLACK BAY by Bruno Dumont

9 nominations – César 2017
*Best Film
*Best Actor – Fabrice Luchini
*Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
*Best Director – Bruno Dumont
*Most Promising ActressRaph
*Best photography – Guillaume Deffontaines
*Best Original Script – Bruno Dumont
*Best Costumes Design – Alexandra Charles
*Best Set – Riton Dupire-Clément

*Nomination Most Promising Actress for Raph – Lumière Awards 2017 *

*Official Competition – Cannes Film Festival 2016*

*Giraldillo de oro – Seville International Film Festival 2016*


Summer 1910 
Several tourists have vanished while relaxing on the beautiful beaches of the Channel Coast. Infamous inspectors Machin and Malfoy soon gather that the epicentre of these mysterious disappearances must be Slack Bay, a unique site where the Slack river and the sea join only at high tide.

There lives a small community of fishermen and other oyster farmers. Among them evolves a curious family, the Brufort, renowned ferrymen of the Slack Bay, lead by the father nick-named “The Eternal”, who rules as best as he can on his prankster bunch of sons, especially the impetuous Ma Loute, aged 18.

Towering high above the bay stands the Van Peteghems’ mansion. Every summer, this bourgeois family – all degenerate and decadent from inbreeding – stagnates in the villa, not without mingling during their leisure hours of walking, sailing or bathing, with the ordinary local people, Ma Loute and the other Bruforts.

Over the course of five days, as starts a peculiar love story between Ma Loute and the young and mischievous Billie Van Peteghem, confusion and mystification will descend on both families, shaking their convictions, foundations and way of life.

MERCENARY by Sacha Wolff

Director : Sacha Wolff

Production: Timshel, 3B Productions

Distribution : Ad Vitam

A young man of Wallisian origin in New Caledonia defies his father to go and play rugby in France.
Living on his own on the other side of the world, he learns there is a price to pay to find success.

*Directors’ Fortnight – Cannes Film Festival 2016*
Label Europa Cinemas 2016

* Prix Valois Award  for Best Director at Angoulême French-Speaking Film Festival *

*Nomination Most Promising Actor for Toki Pilioko – Lumière Awards 2017 *

L’Ami Y’a Bon -| Un film d’animation de Rachid BOUCHAREB

Rachid Bouchareb est un cinéaste qui a connu la consécration au festival de Cannes 2006 avec le prix d’interprétation masculine pour les cinq principaux acteurs de son film Indigènes : ils y mettaient en scène des soldats issus des colonies durant la seconde guerre mondiale. Deux ans plus tôt, il avait réalisé un court métrage d’animation sur un thème assez proche, l‘ Ami y’a bon. En voici le synopsis :  “La France déclare la guerre à l’Allemagne en 1939. Les colonies françaises sont un important réservoir d’hommes. Aby, un Sénégalais, est mobilisé. La débâcle de l’armée française le conduit dans un camp de prisonniers en Allemagne. Libéré en 1944, il rentre au pays.” Le pretexte du film est le massacre en décembre 1944 de dizaines de tirailleurs sénégalais par l’armée française au camp de Thiaroye au Sénégal alors qu’ils venaient réclamer leur solde. Ce film est un magnifique hommage à tous ces soldats qui sont morts pour la France (durant la 2nde guerre mondiale mais aussi durant la 1ère guerre). Il porte aussi un regard sans concession sur l’attitude de l’armée française et de l’Etat français. Le site affiche une synthèse intéressante sur les relations entre la France et ses soldats des colonies :
Le film Indigènes a permis deux ans plus tard aux 80 000 anciens combattants de l’Empire français encore vivants de percevoir les mêmes retraites que leurs compagnons d’armes français !