Les Garçons et Guilllaume à Table (Me, Myself and Mum) – Guillaume Gallienne

Guillaume Gallienne demonstrates a spectacular talent for multi-tasking by writing, directing and taking the two major leads in Les Garçons et Guillaume à Table – a gentle comedy based on Gallienne’s autographical one-man stage show which won the Director’s Fortnight best film prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.  As a child, Gallienne’s mother would…

9 Mois Ferme (9 Month Stretch) – Albert Dupontel

Zany, black comedy, 9 Mois Ferme, is on track to becoming one of 2013’s surprise top earning films in France.  It was written, directed and stars French cinema bad boy Albert Dupontel and has attracted over 1,500,000 cinemagoers so far with no signs of running out of steam. The film is the simple story of…

Quai d’Orsay – Bertrand Tavernier

Legendary flm director Bertrand Tavernier has completely changed register for his latest film, moving from the 16th century court of Charles IX of his last outing, La Princesse de Montpensier, to the corridors of the French foreign ministry with Quai d’Orsay based on the cult comic strip book of the same name. The book was co-produced by Antonin…