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  • 'Zombillenium,' 'Song of the Sea,' 'The Ghosts of Pere Lachaise' Among Cartoon Movie Highlights

    PARIS- "Zombillenium," "Song of the Sea," "The Ghosts of Pere Lachaise" and "Yellowbird" were among the highlights presented at Cartoon Movie's animation co-production forum. - Based on Arthur de Pins' eponymous comicbooks, "Zombillenium" (in...
  • French Director Jean-Louis Bertuccelli Dies

    PARIS- French director Jean-Louis Bertuccelli died today in Paris. He was 71. Bertuccelli was best known for "Remparts of Clay," a drama turning on a young woman from a small Algerian village who dreams of another life. It won a Jean Vigo prize and...
  • Reims: A bubbly day trip from Paris

    Reims: A bubbly day trip from Paris
    France's bustling, modern Reims greets travelers with cellar doors wide open. As the capital of the Champagne region, it features a lively center, a historic cathedral, and, of course, Champagne tasting. And thanks to France's slick, high-speed rail, it's...
  • France Doesn't Really Care About the Oscars

    I will never take the Oscars for granted again. In the United States, the Academy Awards show is second only to NFL games when it comes to must-see TV -- and within the Hollywood circles I frequented, the Oscars were tops -- so finding a social setting...
  • 'Superchondriac' Continues Boffo Run in France

    PARIS - "Superchondriac," the latest comedy from "Welcome To the Sticks" director Dany Boon, has notched up a standout first-five-day 1.7 million admissions in France - roughly $15.2 million in box office - according to its French distributor, Pathe...
  • Christine Sneed reflects on Mavis Gallant's life, writing

    Christine Sneed reflects on Mavis Gallant's life, writing
    I first encountered one of Mavis Gallant's short stories, "The Concert Party," in the 1989 edition of "The Best American Short Stories," that year's anthology edited by Margaret Atwood. At the time, I was a college freshman majoring in French. By the...
  • Add a touch of Parisian elegance to your décor

    Few cities are more romantic than Paris, France. With a style and grace all its own, the Parisian "look" is classic and timeless. Even if you've never been to The City of Lights, it's easy to spot Parisian style in books, magazines and films. While you...
  • Berlin: Weinstein Company Is the Big Spender, But How Many Markets are Too Many?

    Berlin's 2014 European Film Market saw a late sales rally, one record claimed, a few hot sellers and even some surprises. But as one distributor put it, there were "not enough good screenplays nor good directors nor buyers." "It's not just that this...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Church & State a French haven

     Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Church & State a French haven
    Most people with even a passing interest in local cooking have visited Church & State since it opened half a dozen years ago, a ground-level bistro on the ground floor of an old Nabisco factory, known for bringing dim lighting, expressive cocktails and...
  • Cesar Film Awards Spread The Wealth Wide With Adele Exarchopoulos, Guillaume Gallienne Among The Winners

    PARIS- The 39th Cesar film awards spread the wealth wide, reflecting the breadth and diversity of Gaul's film production landscape. Scarlett Johansson was on hand to pick up a honorary award from the hands of Quentin Tarantino, whom she thanked for...
  • Oscars 2014: Contender 'Ernest and Celestine' puts art back into animation

    Oscar's animated feature race is a clash of the major Hollywood studios this year, with Disney, Fox/DreamWorks and Universal/Illumination all contending. But one movie in the mix -- a French-Belgian production about the unlikely friendship between a mouse...