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French Good news for classical music connoisseurs, especially for fans of Maurice Ravel's Bolero, a revival rental of one of the greatest musical movies to come out of France in the 20th century (released 1981) is now available.
FoxNews.com A former firefighter and a circus performer have been sentenced to two years in prison by a Paris judge for scamming couples trying to adopt impoverished children from Sudan, The Guardian reports. According to the paper, French couple
A minute's walk from the Sacre Coeur is the peaceful Place Marcel Ayme. Meandering tourists come to look at the statue of a man emerging from a wall, inspired by a book by the author of the same name...I rented a room on its sixth floor for seven
In France, the trial of six members of a French charity convicted in Chad for trying to kidnap over 100 children finished on Wednesday. Lawyers for defendants in the dock argued that they had been mesmerised by a charismatic cult leader. Members of
Head of French NGO 'was manipulator' Only four of the six defendants turned up for the trial A court in Paris has heard that the head of an aid group accused of trying to smuggle African children into France was a "manipulator". Eric Breteau, founder
Jean-Paul Gaultier Haute-Couture served up a good dose of sexy with the sublime as they featured both Menswear and Womenswear for Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2012/2013 on July 4, 2012 in Paris, France. Serving up
Text Size It was 33 years ago that the underground film C'etait un Rendezvous was shot, and rumour still surrounds its creation. Director Claude Lelouch attached a camera to the front bumper of -- depending on who you believe -- a Mercedes-Benz
Film News Gallic director Claude Lelouch's distribution operation Les Films 13 has snapped up French rights to Belgian Geoffrey Enthoven's Montreal fest hit "Come as You Are" (aka "Hasta la vista"). Deal comes as a second title sold by the Berlin-
French Films on the CLU Campus will feature five movies, each starting at 7:15 p.m. Preus-Brandt Forum, south of Olsen Road between Mountclef Boulevard and Campus Drive, Thousand Oaks. The scheduled films are: L'Heure d'ete (Summer Hours), Wed., Sept.
Artistic differences, the French filmmaker told AFP in an interview, stood in the way of that, although he professes a profound love for America, where he made two of his films. The movie-making industry in the United States focuses on crowd-pleasers