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  • Geoff Nicholson maps out the edges in fiction 'City Under the Skin'

    Geoff Nicholson maps out the edges in fiction 'City Under the Skin'
    In his new novel "The City Under the Skin" (Farrar, Straus and Giroux: 272 pp., $26), Geoff Nicholson plumbs the depths of an unnamed city after young women begin turning up with crude maps tattooed on their backs. His characters, including a hapless...
  • French Actor Jacques Bergerac, 'Hypnotic Eye' Star, Dies at 87

    Jacques Bergerac, a French actor who made a name for himself in film and TV and was wed to some of Hollywood's most sought-after actresses during the 1950s and '60s, has died. He was 87. Bergerac died June 15 at his home in Anglet in the Pyrenees-...
  • Devos in 'Violette': a double chance for discovery�

    In the lush biographical drama "Violette," Emmanuelle Devos plays pioneering feminist writer Violette Leduc, whose insightful and sexually bold novels scandalized post-World War II France. Devos, with 70-some film credits in the past two decades, is one...
  • EuropaCorp's Full-Year Results: Revenue Rise 14%, Net Profit Fall 19.4%

    PARIS- In a fiscal year marked by its expansion into the U.S. market, among numerous growth operations, Luc Besson and Christophe Lambert's EuropaCorp posted 211.8 million Euros ($288 million) in revenue, fueled by international sales and TV production....
  • Macaron: Quest for perfection

    Macaron: Quest for perfection
    Surely, all home chefs have experienced a kitchen catastrophe so great they will likely never revisit the recipe in fear of evoking those jarring feelings of defeat. For me, that dreadful recipe was a tiny French cookie that so destroyed my culinary...
  • 'Love locks' collapse part of Paris bridge

    The dreamy Pont des Arts footbridge in central Paris was so weighed down by the thousands of locks affixed to its grillwork that a section of the fencing collapsed Sunday. No one was hurt, but it did spur a tweet from Bruno Julliard, the city's head...
  • Rachel Marsden: Trans-Pacific Partnership a bad deal for America

    PARIS -- The good news is that the Obama administration plans to create a lot of new jobs. The bad news is that those jobs will mostly be in Asia. President Obama's recent trip to Asia revived debate about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement,...
  • Picasso museum in Paris loses president amid delays

    The president of the Musée Picasso in Paris has left her job amid controversy surrounding the continuing delays in the restoration of the museum's 17th century building. Anne Baldassari, who has led the institution since 2005, was relieved of her position...
  • CANNES: Pretty Pictures Takes France, Germany, Benelux, Switzerland on 'Manos Sucias' (EXCLUSIVE)

    PARIS - In a multi-territory deal which reps a large vote of confidence - and passion - for a first feature, James Velaise's Paris-based Pretty Pictures has closed not only France - its usual home territory - but also Germany, Benelux and Switzerland on...
  • Check It Out: Film history with a French twist

    As the 2014 Newport Beach Film Festival comes to a close, perhaps you've been inspired to learn a little more about film and cinema history. There's no better place to start than the Newport Beach Public Library and its collection of French New Wave...
  • Cannes: Studiocanal Ups the Ante With Market Slate

    Studiocanal has brought two new, high-profile films onto the market at Cannes. Both pics say much about the strategic choices that Studiocanal, which handles the biggest movie production budget of any company in Europe, is now taking. James Watkins ("...