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No Man’s Land

  Two wounded soldiers, a Bosniak (Čiki, portrayed by Branko Đurić) and a Bosnian Serb (Nino, portrayed by Rene Bitorajac) are caught between their lines in the no man’s land, Read More

Imposter – Royal Shakespeare Company

  Clutching ever-present rosary beads, shifting uncomfortably within the hairshirt he wears for continual penance — and always eyeing the women as they pass — Tartuffe, Moliere’s master of unctuous Read More

Le Cid

  Le Cid is a five-act French tragicomedy written by Pierre Coreille, first performed in December 1636 in Paris and published the same year. It is based on Guillén de Read More

Jamais sans mon livre

  An interview with renowned French author Aimé Césaire that explores his inspiration, political views, and literary techniques. This monumental, study introduces audiences to the celebrated Martinican author who coined Read More

Aimé Césaire: A Voice for History

  This monumental, three-part study introduces audiences to the celebrated Martinican author who coined the term “négritude” and launched the movement called the “Great Black Cry”. Euzhan weaves Césaire’s life and poetry Read More

The Necklace

  Mathilde and her husband, who works in a minister’s office, are not rich. Mathilde, however, loves beautiful clothes and her husband loves her so much that he lets her Read More

Last Year at Marienbad

  In a huge, old-fashioned luxury hotel a stranger tries to persuade a married woman to run away with him, but it seems she hardly remembers the affair they may Read More


  In 1961, Pierre Étaix co-wrote and co-directed an 11-minute short subject entitled Rupture.  Apart from the opening scenes in which Étaix dodges cars and pedestrians to hurry home to Read More

La Pointe Courte

  The great Agnès Varda’s film career began with this graceful, penetrating study of a marriage on the rocks, set against the backdrop of a small Mediterranean fishing village. Both Read More


  In colonial-era Vietnam, Jean-Baptiste (Vincent Perez), a dashing French naval captain; Eliane (Catherine Deneuve), a wealthy plantation owner of French parentage; and her adopted Vietnamese daughter, Camille (Linh Dan Read More