Films shot in France

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  1. 2 Autumns, 3 Winters

    2 Autumns, 3 Winters (2013)

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    2 Autumns, 3 Winters (French: 2 automnes 3 hivers) is a 2013 French film written and directed by Sébastien Betbeder.

  2. 8 Women

    8 Women (2002)


    8 Women (French: 8 Femmes) is a 2002 French dark comedy musical film, written and directed by François Ozon. Based on the 1958 play by Robert Thomas, it features an ensemble cast of high-profile French actresses that includes Danielle Darrieux, Catherine Deneuve, Isabelle Huppert, Emmanuelle Béart, Fanny Ardant, Virginie Ledoyen, Ludivine Sagnier, and Firmine Richard. Revolving around an eccentric family of women and their employees in the 1950s, the film follows eight women as they gather to celebrate Christmas in an isolated, snowbound cottage only to find Marcel, the family patriarch, dead with a knife in his back. Trapped in the house, every woman becomes a suspect, each having her own motive and secret.

  3. A Good Year

    A Good Year (2006)


    A Good Year is a 2006 British romantic comedy-drama film, set in London and Provence. Directed by Ridley Scott, starring Russell Crowe, Marion Cotillard, Didier Bourdon, Abbie Cornish, Tom Hollander and Albert Finney, it is based on the 2004 novel of the same name by British author Peter Mayle.

  4. A Moment in Time

    A Moment in Time (2013)


    A Moment in Time is a 2013 Filipino romantic drama film directed by Emmanuel Quindo Palo and starring Coco Martin and Julia Montes. The film was shot in Amsterdam and other cities like Paris. The film was produced by Dreamscape Cinema and Star Cinema and released February 13, 2013.

  5. A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries

    A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries (1998)


    A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries is a 1998 drama film directed by James Ivory and written by James Ivory and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. It stars Kris Kristofferson, Barbara Hershey, Leelee Sobieski and Jesse Bradford. The film is a fictionalized account of the family life of writer James Jones and is based on Kaylie Jones' novel by the same name.

  6. A Very Curious Girl

    A Very Curious Girl (1969)


    A Very Curious Girl (French title "La Fiancée du pirate") is a 1969 film directed, edited and co-written by Nelly Kaplan. Other English titles are "Dirty Mary" and "Pirate's Fiancée". The "curious girl" is played by Bernadette Lafont.

  7. A Very Long Engagement

    A Very Long Engagement (2004)


    A Very Long Engagement (French: Un long dimanche de fiançailles) is a 2004 French romantic war film, co-written and directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and starring Audrey Tautou. It is a fictional tale about a young woman's desperate search for her fiancé who might have been killed in the Battle of the Somme, during World War I. It was based on a novel of the same name, written by Sebastien Japrisot, first published in 1991.

  8. A View to a Kill

    A View to a Kill (1985)


    A View to a Kill (1985) is the fourteenth spy film of the James Bond series, and the seventh and last to star Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. Although the title is adapted from Ian Fleming's short story "From a View to a Kill", the film is the fourth Bond film after The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker and Octopussy to have an entirely original screenplay. In A View to a Kill, Bond is pitted against Max Zorin, who plans to destroy California's Silicon Valley.

  9. Adventures of Captain Fabian

    Adventures of Captain Fabian (1951)


    Adventures of Captain Fabian is a 1951 American adventure film starring Errol Flynn.

  10. After Winter, Spring

    After Winter, Spring (2013)


    After Winter, Spring is a 2012 documentary film directed by Judith Lit that follows the lives of family farmers in the Périgord region of France. In addition to documenting their way of life, the film also depicts their struggles under pressure from real estate development, government agriculture policy, and large-scale agribusiness.

  11. Alice or the Last Escapade

    Alice or the Last Escapade (1977)


    Alice or the Last Escapade (French: ''Alice ou la dernière fugue'') is a 1977 film written and directed by Claude Chabrol. The film is very loosely inspired by Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, including the protagonist's name being Alice Carroll (a combination of the Alice character and the author's pseudonymous surname).

  12. Amer

    Amer (2009)


    Amer is a 2009 Belgian-French thriller film written and directed by French directors Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani. The film is a giallo in three parts. The plot of the film follows the sexual development of Ana who lives on the French Riviera. The film focuses on her oppressive teenage years leading to her womanhood. The film premiered in Sweden in 2009. It has received generally favorable reviews and was nominated for the Magritte Award for Best Film.

  13. Among the Living

    Among the Living (2014)


    Among the Living (French: Aux yeux des vivants) is a 2014 French horror film that was written and directed by Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo. The film had its world premiere on 10 March 2014 at South by Southwest and follows three young boys who discover that the seemingly banal exterior of their town hides a horrific inner secret.

  14. Amour

    Amour (2012)


    Amour (French for "Love") is a 2012 French-language drama film written and directed by the Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke, starring Jean-Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva and Isabelle Huppert. The narrative focuses on an elderly couple, Anne and Georges, who are retired music teachers with a daughter who lives abroad. Anne suffers a stroke which paralyses her on the right side of her body. The film is a co-production between the French, German, and Austrian companies Les Films du Losange, X-Filme Creative Pool, and Wega Film.

  15. Anthony Zimmer

    Anthony Zimmer (2005)


    Anthony Zimmer is a 2005 French romantic thriller film written and directed by Jérôme Salle and starring Sophie Marceau, Yvan Attal, and Sami Frey. Set mainly in southern France, the film is about a highly intelligent criminal—pursued by international police and the Russian mafia—whose extensive plastic surgery makes him unrecognizable, even to his girlfriend, who enlists the help of an unsuspecting stranger on a train. The film received a 2006 César Award Nomination for Best First Work for director Jérôme Salle.

  16. Aphrodite

    Aphrodite (1982)


    Aphrodite is a 1982 French–Swiss soft-core sex film directed by Robert Fuest. The film is inspired by a novel by Pierre Louÿs and stars Valérie Kaprisky and Horst Buchholz. The story follows a group of visitors who come to an island where they are involved in different sexual liaisons.

  17. Army of Shadows

    Army of Shadows (1969)


    Army of Shadows (French: L'armée des ombres) is a 1969 French film directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. It is a film adaptation of Joseph Kessel's 1943 book of the same name, which blends Kessel's own experiences as a member of the French Resistance with fictionalized versions of other Resistance members. Army of Shadows follows a small group of Resistance fighters as they move between safe houses, work with the Allied militaries, kill informers, and attempt to evade the capture and execution that they know is their most likely fate. While portraying its characters as heroic, the film presents a bleak, unromantic view of the Resistance.

  18. Arrest Me

    Arrest Me (2013)


    Arrêtez-moi (English: Stop Me) is a 2013 French thriller film directed by Jean-Paul Lilienfeld and starring Sophie Marceau, Miou-Miou, and Marc Barbé. Written by Jean-Paul Lilienfeld and Jean Teulé, the film is about a woman who shows up at a police station and confesses to the murder of her abusive husband several years earlier. The female police officer who interviews her cannot understand why this woman who was never a suspect has come forward after all this time. The more she learns about the woman's life, the less she wants to arrest her. Arrêtez-moi was released on 6 February 2013 in France.

  19. Batismo de Sangue

    Batismo de Sangue (2006)


    Baptism of Blood (Portuguese: Batismo de Sangue) is a 2006 Brazilian film directed by Helvécio Ratton, based on Frei Betto's book of the same name. Starring Caio Blat and Daniel de Oliveira as Frei Tito and Betto respectively, follows the Dominican friars' resistance against Brazil's military dictatorship.

  20. Battle of the Year

    Battle of the Year (2013)


    Battle of the Year is a 2013 American 3D dance film directed by Benson Lee. The film was released on September 20, 2013 through Screen Gems and stars Josh Holloway, Chris Brown, Laz Alonso, Caity Lotz, and Josh Peck. Battle of the Year is based upon Lee's documentary about the b-boying competition of the same name. It initially held the working title of Planet B Boy, and includes some cinematography by the original doc DP "Vasco Nunes".

  21. Bed & Breakfast

    Bed & Breakfast (2006)

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    Bed & Breakfast is a 2006 short fantasy drama film written and directed by Martin Beilby and Loïc Moreau, starring Ellen Feiss and Brian Quinn. The film is set in Dordogne, France, and was released on 7 July 2006 in Paris. The narrative focuses on an American couple, Nathan and Laura, who travel to France in search of a friend of Nathan's who has inherited a castle there. It is most famous for starring Ellen Feiss, who became an Internet phenomenon after appearing in an Apple commercial at age 14.

  22. Before Sunset

    Before Sunset (2004)


    Before Sunset is a 2004 American romantic drama film, the sequel to Before Sunrise (1995). Like its predecessor, the film was directed by Richard Linklater. He shares screenplay credit with actors Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, and with Kim Krizan, the screenwriter for the first film featuring these two characters.

  23. Ben X

    Ben X (2007)


    Ben X is a 2007 Belgian-Dutch drama film based on the novel Nothing Was All He Said by Nic Balthazar, who also directed the film. The film is about a boy with Asperger syndrome (played by Greg Timmermans) who retreats into the fantasy world of the MMORPG ArchLord to escape bullying. The film's title is a reference to the leet version of the Dutch phrase "(ik) ben niks", meaning "(I) am nothing".

  24. Better Late Than Never

    Better Late Than Never (1983)


    Better Late Than Never is a 1982 film directed by Bryan Forbes. It stars David Niven, Art Carney and Maggie Smith. The soundtrack features songs by Henry Mancini and Noël Coward.

  25. Blue Beard

    Blue Beard (2009)


    Bluebeard (French: Barbe Bleue) is a 2009 French fantasy film directed by Catherine Breillat.

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