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Locarno Film Review: ‘Floride’

9 August 2015 6:15 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Nearly four decades after winning his first Cesar, French star Jean Rochefort (whom Americans may recognize as the man Terry Gilliam intended to play Don Quixote) is still working steadily, though hardly ever in films of note. Simply put, projects like “Floride” — based on Florian Zeller’s prize-winning play “The Father” — rarely come his way anymore. Boasting a lead role as juicy as a sun-ripened orange, this late-career blessing may as well be Rochefort’s “Nebraska,” allowing the beloved character actor to adapt his persona — in which venerability leaves room for an almost childish streak of mischief — to that of a once-proud patriarch suffering from dementia. Sensitive without lapsing into sentimentality, “Floride” marks the sort of gently irreverent French film that elderly arthouse auds seem to love best, blending humor and pathos to crowd-pleasing effect.

Whereas Alexander Payne paid tribute to his personal corner of the American expanse in “Nebraska, »

- Peter Debruge

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Strand Releasing Brings ‘May Allah Bless France’ to U.S. Auds

25 February 2015 1:02 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris– L.A.-based distributor Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to “May Allah Bless France,” the directorial debut of hip hop musician Abd Al Malik.

Sold by Films Distribution, the black-and-white pic, which won the Fipresci PRize at Toronto, is an autobiographical drama adapted from Malik’s eponymous memoir. “May Allah Bless France” follows Regis, a black teenager from immigrant parents who grows up in the housing projects where he gets pulled into delinquency and ultimately succeeds in rising above it to become a major French artist.

“May Allah Bless France” was one of the 16 movies highlighted by Toronto fest’s Cameron Bailey as must-see pics.

Strand Releasing will host the U.S. premiere of the picture at the Unifrance Rendes-Vous with French Cinema in New York and will be releasing it theatrically in the fall.

“France has some of the most exciting new talent in cinema today. »

- Elsa Keslassy

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Deneuve is César Award Record-Tier; Stewart Among Rare Anglophone Nominees in Last Four Decades

30 January 2015 1:36 PM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Catherine Deneuve: César Award Besst Actress Record-Tier (photo: Catherine Deneuve in 'In the Courtyard / Dans la cour') (See previous post: "Kristen Stewart and Catherine Deneuve Make César Award History.") Catherine Deneuve has received 12 Best Actress César nominations to date. Deneuve's nods were for the following movies (year of film's release): Pierre Salvadori's In the Courtyard / Dans la Cour (2014). Emmanuelle Bercot's On My Way / Elle s'en va (2013). François Ozon's Potiche (2010). Nicole Garcia's Place Vendôme (1998). André Téchiné's Thieves / Les voleurs (1996). André Téchiné's My Favorite Season / Ma saison préférée (1993). Régis Wargnier's Indochine (1992). François Dupeyron's Strange Place for an Encounter / Drôle d'endroit pour une rencontre (1988). Jean-Pierre Mocky's Agent trouble (1987). André Téchiné's Hotel America / Hôtel des Amériques (1981). François Truffaut's The Last Metro / Le dernier métro (1980). Jean-Paul Rappeneau's Le sauvage (1975). Additionally, Catherine Deneuve was nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category »

- Steve Montgomery

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