comedies a la carte

Interview: Ralf Huettner, director of Lost in Siberia

“I want to entertain people”

02 September 2016, by Cineuropa

20 classic French comedies

As the Comedies à la Carte collection has been available on VoD since 1 September, Walk This Way is now unveiling its Top 20 of great French comedy films

16 November 2015, by Cineuropa

Sylvain Chomet, director of Attila Marcel

"When promoting this film, I would gladly have written: ‘Attila Marcel, a tribute to drugs, Buddhism and the ukulele!’"

21 October 2015, by Cineuropa

Porn in the Hood: From life in the gutter to porn-star status

Topping the bill in this comedy set in the outskirts of town is the trio from the ‘Kaïra Shopping’ web series

29 September 2015, by Cineuropa

The Dandelions: It’s not easy being a child!

Carine Tardieu’s family feature film focuses on the current wave of nostalgia for the 1980s from a child’s point of view

28 September 2015, by Cineuropa

Attila Marcel: The new, poetic world of Sylvain Chomet

The first live-action film directed by the maker of The Triplets of Belleville and The Illusionist is one of the nine French comedies, available via video on demand from 1 September

23 September 2015, by Cineuropa

Pop Redemption: Death metal and the 'turning-thirty crisis'

In the first feature film by Martin Le Gall, pop singer Julien Doré is the lead singer of a thrash-metal band in crisis

22 September 2015, by Cineuropa

Letting go of their Gilded Cage won’t be easy

This comedy about Portuguese immigrants in France, by Franco-Portuguese director Ruben Alves, has already won over both French and Portuguese audiences

18 September 2015, by Cineuropa

Grandma Paulette makes a stand by becoming a drug dealer

Jérôme Enrico’s politically incorrect feature film, with a mean but endearing old lady as its central character, will be distributed on Video on Demand starting on September 1

14 September 2015, by Cineuropa

The Scapegoat and numerous crazy families

Nicolas Bary brings the hugely successful first novel from Daniel Pennac's Malaussène series to the big screen

10 September 2015, by Cineuropa