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Faces, places

Directed by Agnès Varda, JR
Release date: October 20, 2017

Agnès Varda and JR have things in common: a passion for and the exploration of images in general, and more precisely, for places and for ways of showing, sharing, and exhibiting them.
Agnès chose cinema.
JR chose to create open air photography galleries.
When Agnès and JR met in 2015, they immediately wanted to work together, to shoot a film in France, far from cities, during a trip in JR's photographic (and magical) truck. Through chance encounters and prepared projects, they reached out to others, listening to them, photographing them, and sometimes putting them on posters.
This film also tells the story of Agnès and JR's friendship, which grew stronger throughout the film shoot, between surprises and teasing, and while laughing about their differences.

BPM (Beats Per Minute)

Directed by Robin Campillo
Release date: October 13, 2017

Paris, the early 1990s: a group of young activists is desperately tied to finding the cure against an unknown lethal disease. They target the pharmaceutical labs that are retaining potential cures, and multiply direct actions, with the hope of saving their lives as well as the ones of future generations.

The Midwife

Directed by Martin Provost
Release date: August 4, 2017

Claire is honesty incarnate. A midwife, she has devoted her life to others. At a moment when she is preoccupied by the imminent closure of the maternity clinic where she works, her life is further turned upside down when Béatrice, he father's former mistress, turns up on the scene. Béatrice is a capricious and selfish woman, Claire's exact opposite.

Back to Burgundy

Directed by Cédric Klapisch
Release date: Septembre 29, 2017

Jean left his family and his native Burgandy ten years ago to tour the world. When learning of his father's imminent deat, he returns to his childhood home. There he reconnects with his sister Juliette and his brother Jérémie.
Their father dies just before the beginning of grape picking time.
Over the period of a year, according to the rhythm of the seasons that follow one after the other, these three young adults will rediscover or reinvent their fraternal relationship, blossoming and maturing at the same time as the wine they make.

Everyday Heroes

Directed by Anne-Dauphine Julliand
Release date: September 22, 2017

Ambre, Camille, Charles, Imad, and Tugdual are between six and nine years old. They live for the moment. With humor and all the optimistic energy of childhood, they take us by the hand, leading us into their world, sharing with us their games, joys, laughter, dreams, and illness. A film with a child's eye view, simply about life.

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planet

Directed by Luc Besson
Release date: July 21, 2017

In the 28th century, Government of Human Territories operatives Valerian (Dane DeHaan) and Laureline (Cara Delevingne) are tasked with maintaining order throughout the universe. Under orders from the Minister of Defense (Clive Owen), the two have 10 hours to complete a mission to the galactic city of Alpha.

Dunkirk

Directed by Christopher Nolan
Release date: July 21, 2017

In 1940, during the early days of World War II, hundreds of thousands of Allied soldiers from Britain, Belgium and Canada find themselves trapped on the beach of the French coastal town of Dunkirk as they face an impossible crisis. They've been cut off and surrounded by ruthless German Nazi troops. Over the course of eight days, the men must struggle to survive and hope for rescue.

Django

Directed by Etienne Comar
Release date: July 7, 2017

Paris, 1943. During the German Occupation, gypsy Django Reinhardt, a true hero of the guitar, is at the peak of his career. Every night he has Paris reeling to his swing music at the Folies Bergères, while his gypsy brethren are hunted down and massacred throughout Europe. When the German propaganda ministry wants to send him to Berlin for a series of concerts, he senses imminent danger and decides to flee to Switzerland with the help of one of his admirers, Louise de Klerk. He travels to Thonon-les-Bains, on the bank of Lake Geneva, with his pregnant wife Naguine and his mother Negros. But their escape is more complicated than anticipated. The three of them end up plunged in turmoil of World War 2. During these difficult times, Django Reinhardt remained an exceptional performer and composer, who resisted with his art and his sense of humor, constantly seeking a form of musical perfection.

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The Paris Opera

Directed by Jean-Stéphane Bron
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