Last week I decided to brave the arctic temperatures in Paris and venture out to the cinema. I wanted to see “Jeune femme” as the woman in the trailer reminded me a little of me: a loveable mess living in Paris, not quite sure where she is going in life, but trying her best. […]

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A Mysterious Documentary: Finding Vivian Maier

The new French documentary, Finding Vivian Maier (À la recherche de Vivian Maier) by Charlie Siskel, chronicles the experiences of the obsessive American photographer, Vivian Maier. Maier, born in New York and spending much of her childhood in France, worked as a nanny in Chicago for about 40 years. During that time, she secretly took over […]

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Spotlight: Élodie Fontan

The recently released French film Serial (Bad) Weddings (Qu’est-ce qu’on a fait au Bon Dieu ?) by Philippe de Chauveron has become a box office sensation. The introspective comedy, following the French cinematic tradition, is both an impetus of laughter and reflection, commenting on ideological positions through the use of “normalized” racially charged dialogue. Three […]

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