Anne Fontaine, like a chef

ENCOUNTER – A great music lover, the director delivers with “Boléro” a fascinating biopic of Maurice Ravel. A dense film, where she explores, through the process of creating this masterpiece,…

Italian director Paolo Taviani dies aged 92

By ST Published 39 minutes ago, Update 25 minutes ago Paolo Taviani in 2022, in Berlin. RONNY HARTMANN / AFP He had directed, with his brother Vittorio who died in…

Accused of anti-Semitism after his speech at the Berlinale, Israeli Yuval Abraham maintains his remarks

After his judged statements “unacceptable” during the closing ceremony of the German festival, the director reacted to the criticism aroused by his speech. And the threats he has received since.…

American actor Richard Lewis dies at 76

By ST with AFP Published yesterday at 11:02 p.m., Update 7 hours ago ” data-script=”https://static.lefigaro.fr/widget-video/short-ttl/video/index.js” > Known for his role in the series Curb your Enthusiasm (Larry and his navel,…

For American victims of nuclear tests, Oppenheimer does not sufficiently recognize their suffering

The portrait of the father of the atomic bomb produced by Christopher Nolan never shows the inhabitants victims of the “Trinity” experiment of July 16, 1945. The inhabitants of the…

Rachida Dati “embarred by the collective sanction”

By Le Figaro with AFP Published 22 minutes ago, Update 15 minutes ago “A film is a collective work. Should we sanction all other talents?asked the minister on France Culture,…

Noémie Kocher reacts to the MeToo wave in France, twenty years after her trial against Jean-Claude Brisseau

By Simon Pierre Published 2 hours ago, Update just now In the early 2000s, Noémie Kocher filed a complaint against director Jean-Claude Brisseau for harment. Five years later, the filmmaker…

André Téchiné contests the complaint for harment by actor Francis Renaud

By Simon Pierre Published 21 minutes ago, Update 21 minutes ago Francis Renaud (left) filed a complaint for “ harment, death threats and ault” against the 80-year-old director, André Téchiné…

Dune, Madame de Sévigné, The Mother of All Lies… Films to watch or avoid this week

The second part of the wanderings of Paul Atréides, the excessive tenderness of the writer towards his daughter, a documentary on lies and family secrets…The cinema selection of Figaro. Dune:…

The dream life of others, the Flactif affair in fiction

Twenty years after the “Tuerie du Grand-Bornand”, this France 2 fiction returns to one of the most infamous news stories of the last twenty years. Greed, jealousy, hatred of others,…

Our review of The Mother of All Lies: Duties of Memory

By Valerie Beck Published 7 hours ago, Update 7 hours ago The young filmmaker attempts to unravel family lies using figurines representing her loved ones and a model of her…

Our review of Black Tea: tea for cravings

By Eric Neuhoff Published 5 hours ago, Update 5 hours ago A languid rhythm bathes this Black Tea, with Nina Melo, a curious failed mixture of In the Mood for…

the marquise literally

CRITICISM – Karin Viard lends her features to the writer who transcended, in his correspondence, his excessive tenderness towards his daughter, the Countess of Grignan. An evocation far from the…

do you really have to go see Dune 2 in the cinema?

Timothée Chalamet plays Paul Atréides in the second part of Duneadaptation of the novel by Frank Herbert. Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros. FOR OR AGAINST – The second part of Denis Villeneuve’s…

With Dune, director Denis Villeneuve walks on quicksand

Timothée Chalamet facing Austin Butler in the second part of Dune. Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros. DECRYPTION – After several shaky or failed adaptations of Frank Herbert’s novel, that of the Quebec…