An arrestingly minimalist and slow-paced look at architecture, nature and the nature of the outsider.
Bertrand Mandico’s psychedelic science fiction drama is a glorious pop culture-laden trip into sexual expression, liberation and occultism.
Re-examining one of the bleakest films to emerge from the Euro-Western boom of the 1960s.
Continuing our crime month with a look at Henri-Georges Clouzot’s lightweight murder mystery shot during the German occupation of France.
The hallucinogenic vampire cinema of French cinema’s most underrated fantastic film director.
The new film from the maker of The Woman with Leopard Shoes looks to be an intense, paranoid horror thriller.
How one of the biggest movies of the 1970s was reduced to an endless series of disposable direct-to-video sequels.
A controversial French paranoid classic, the search for nudity on late-night television and the accidental discovery of world cinema: memories of the 1970s.
A generational culture clash between the old and new wave in this French crime masterpiece.
An impressively old-school yet very modern crime thriller that keeps you guessing throughout its many twists and turns.
The autobiography of the scandalous Emmanuelle star examined.
The always-controversial director’s nihilistic neo-noir reassessed.