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Films as of May 29th

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The Substance by Coralie Fargeat with Demi Moore, Margaret Qualley










The Quinzaine at the Forum des images in an enhanced version! From June 5 to June 16, 2024

The Forum des images has been the historical partner of the Quinzaine des Cinéastes, annually showcasing the entire selection for over 30 years after the Cannes Festival. As part of the Quinzaine en salle – an initiative launched in 2023 to present new films in numerous cinemas across France – the Forum des images is innovating this year by offering an “enhanced” reprise.

From June 5 to 16, in addition to the 21 feature films and 13 short films of this 56th edition, available for preview screenings and featuring several filmmakers, the Forum will curate the selection.

14 additional sessions, in the form of tributes, special screenings, cinema classes, screenings of first feature films, and short film sessions, invite audiences to (re)discover the filmmakers in the selection.










TUNNEL TO SUMMER, Tomohisa Taguchi, starting June 5

Adapted from a light novel and later into four manga volumes published in France by Mangetsu, Tunnel to Summer won the Paul Grimault Award – the second highest honor – at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival last year.


LE COMTE DE MONTE – CRISTO, starting June 28

A film by Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre De La Patellière

Based on the masterpiece by Alexandre Dumas

Pierre Niney
Bastien Bouillon
Anaïs Demoustier
Anamaria Vartolomei
and Laurent Lafitte of the Comédie-Française
with the participation of Pierfrancesco Favino
Patrick Mille
Vassili Schneider
Julien De Saint Jean


LE FIL, BY DANIEL AUTEUIL, starting September 11

Since he helped acquit a repeat murderer, Maître Jean Monier (Daniel Auteuil) no longer takes on criminal cases. His encounter with Nicolas Milik (Grégory Gadebois), a family man accused of murdering his wife, moves him and shakes his convictions. Convinced of his client’s innocence, he is willing to do anything to win his case in the assizes, thereby rediscovering the meaning of his vocation.

Starring Daniel AUTEUIL, Grégory GADEBOIS, Sidse BABETT KNUDSEN, and Alice BELAÏDI







Written and directed by Mehdi Idir and Grand Corps Malade, Release on October 23, 2024

Starring Tahar Rahim, Bastien Bouillon, Marie-Julie Baup

Son of refugees, small, poor, with a veiled voice, it was said he had nothing to succeed. Through hard work, perseverance, and extraordinary determination, Charles Aznavour became a monument of song and a symbol of French culture. With nearly 1200 titles performed worldwide and in all languages, he has inspired entire generations. Discover the exceptional and timeless journey of MONSIEUR AZNAVOUR.





The Long shadow, by Lewis Arnold


In England, Peter Sutcliffe killed 13 women before being arrested, following the largest manhunt in British police history.

The series sheds light on the lives of the serial killer’s victims and their loved ones, as well as those of the investigators.

Adapted from the book: Wicked Beyond Belief; by Michael Bilton

The extended pursuit of Peter Sutcliffe is unveiled in the series “The Long Shadow”, exposing the flaws and sexist and racist biases of the British police.



“The Long Shadow” immerses the viewer in the intense pursuit of the serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, also known as the Yorkshire Ripper.

Drawing on meticulous research, authentic testimonies, and Michael Bilton’s account, “Wicked Beyond Belief: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper,” each episode of “The Long Shadow” delves into the police investigation conducted between 1975 and 1981.

The British police conducted one of its longest manhunts, focusing on the victims rather than the killer, revealing blatant incompetence within the law enforcement.

It starts in 1975, a period of major economic crisis, illustrated by archival footage showing that poverty forced many women into prostitution to make ends meet.

The series starts in Leeds, in northern England, with the discovery in 1975 of the body of Wilma McCann, found stabbed in a park near her home.

Police, seeing a woman made up and dressed up, assume she is a prostitute and lean towards a prostitute killer. Investigator Dennis Hoban, portrayed by Toby Jones, insists on emphasizing that she was a mother, and requests that photos of her four children with their favorite cuddly toys be published in the press to highlight the fact that she was first and foremost a mother.


But the investigation stalls. Dennis will eventually be replaced by increasingly incompetent investigators.

The prejudices of the subsequent investigators introduce a bias that will skew the investigation for six years.

The victims are relegated to the background in favor of an excessive focus on the killer. At the time, any made-up woman out alone at night was automatically considered a prostitute.

Police take pleasure in humiliating these sex workers considered criminals while the clients have nothing to fear.

This attention to the personal details of the victims and their families is one of the strengths of the series, which values ​​women marginalized by a society that remains very hypocritical in its stance even today.


Racism and sexism at the heart of the police

The director shows the institutional racism of the police through the testimony of a black woman who survived an attack by the killer. Her testimony is dismissed, she is accused of lying and being a prostitute only because she was returning home alone. Her valuable insights that help establish a profile of the killer are relegated to the bottom of a drawer.

Letters and an audio recording of a man with a regional accent claiming to be the killer are sent to the police. Investigators, lacking rigor, later dismiss the testimonies of assaulted women who survived the killer if the man does not have that accent.

This series of erroneous decisions highlights an incompetent, arrogant, and contemptuous police force towards women, as well as the collaboration of scorned policewomen who worked tirelessly to catch the killer. Sorority is born as well as the assertion of women who protest to demand the right to go out alone at night without risking being killed or arrested for prostitution.

The police also used policewomen as bait to apprehend the killer, but their method proved unsuccessful due to lack of vigilance and rigor and posed reckless risks to these women.


Still relevant?

In the era of the #MeToo movement, this approach resonates particularly strongly, highlighting the importance of giving a voice to survivors and challenging the existing power structures. “The Long Shadow” severely criticizes the time when men refused to listen to and believe women victims of this serial killer.

Ultimately, the killer will be arrested one night after using fake license plates while in a vehicle with a prostitute, his next victim.

After the discovery that Peter Sutcliffe, the killer, had already been arrested and released eleven times, some police officers are sidelined. But the chief of police, once replaced, will profit from the investigation by publishing a book that will earn him £40,000.

On the opposite, the mother of a young murdered student sees her complaint against the police rejected in the House of Lords.

The black woman whose testimony had been doubted finally receives financial compensation, but it does not prevent her from losing her social benefits.

This series is also an indictment of police officers and politicians indifferent to justice as long as their power and social status are preserved.

It ends with the arrest in 2007 of the man who had impersonated the killer and poses a crucial question: has society changed today?

The fact that a Palme d’Or was awarded to Sean Baker for his film “Anora” and its speech was a tribute to sex workers is a powerful symbol. 



Starring Toby Jones, David Morrissey, Daniel Mays.







Movies Releases as of May 29th



Discover the latest cinema releases on May 29th, 2024! At, we keep you updated on the must-watch films. Here’s a preview of the movies showing today:


La Belle de Gaza

By Yolande Zauberman

They were a fleeting vision in the night. I was told that one of them had walked from Gaza to Tel Aviv. In my mind, I called her The Beauty of Gaza.

Read the review


Salem, Jean-Bernard Marlin

Djibril is a young Comorian from Les Sauterelles, a tough neighborhood in Marseille. He is in love with Camilla, a Gypsy from the rival neighborhood of Les Grillons. When she tells him that she is pregnant, Djibril asks her to have an abortion to avoid sparking a clan war.


By Karim Dridi
With Faddo Jullian, .jU., Odette Simoneau

Nina and Djoul, inseparable friends, are evicted from their squat. They then hit the road in their old truck with a thirst for freedom and a single obsession: to party. Unexpected encounters, seasonal work, concerts, joyful subversions, a few hardships but above all many adventures now rhythm the nomadic life of these two friends.




By Michel Franco
With Jessica Chastain, Peter Sarsgaard, Merritt Wever

Sylvia leads a simple life, structured around her daughter, her job, and her AA meetings. However, her reunion with Saul disrupts their lives, awakening painful memories that each had buried until then.



By Sol-hui Lee

With  Seo-Hyeong Kim, Jae-sung Yang, So-yo Ahn
Titre original Binilhauseu

Home caregiver Moon-Jung takes care of an elderly blind man and his wife with kindness. But when a brutal accident separates them, everything points to Moon-Jung. She finds herself having to make an untenable decision.


Une autre vie que la mienne

By Malgorzata Szumowska, Michal Englert
With  Malgorzata Hajewska, Joanna Kulig, Jacek Braciak
Titre original Kobieta Z…

This is the story of Andrej, a good husband and young father in a small Polish town. Increasingly uncomfortable in his body, he tries to find his true identity in a country that has transitioned from communism to capitalism in three decades. It’s the story of someone forbidden from being themselves.


Adam change lentement

By  Joël Vaudreuil

Adam, 15, has an extraordinary peculiarity: his body changes according to the mockery and comments of those around him. Not ideal for a self-conscious teen. As the summer holidays begin, Adam also has to deal with two summer jobs: house-sitting a home with a trunk cat and taking care of his neighbor’s lawn.

39-45 Elles n’ont rien Oublié

By Robin Aguesse, Germain Aguesse
With Benoît Allemane, Frédérique Hébrard
39-45, They Haven’t Forgotten retraces the journey of four French women during the Second World War. So that their memory never disappears, these shadow heroines, now aged 90 and over, tell us how they survived from 1939 until liberation.


By Sofiene Mamdi
With Luke Stratte-McClure, Julien Romano, Catalina Cuevas
Tonight is Alex’s last chance to change his fate. In this tense 92-minute thriller, he executes a complex plan, but shady characters and unexpected twists put him in jeopardy.


By Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett
With Melissa Barrera, Dan Stevens, Alisha Weir
Following the kidnapping of a powerful mobster’s daughter, a group of amateur criminals thought they simply had to lock up and watch this young ballerina to demand a $50 million ransom. Secluded in an isolated mansion, the kidnappers begin to mysteriously disappear, one by one.




Scott Myers : Go into the story






Mercredi – Wednesday 29

Arte : En guerre

France 4 : Le goût de la cerise


Jeudi – Thursday 30

Canal + : A gentleman in Moscow

Arte : Amour fou (série)

Rebecca, a doctor, and her husband Romain, a sales director, live in a small provincial town. While Romain wants more than anything to have a baby, Rebecca is anxious. She is particularly worried about the arrival of Mickaël, her husband’s unstable brother, who has moved in right across the street from them. One evening, during a dinner for four, the situation escalates. Mickaël hits his partner in front of the couple.


Vendredi – Friday 31

Gulli : Les Blues Brothers


Dimanche – Sunday 2

France 2 : La méthode Williams

Arte : Les misérables


Lundi- Monday 3

France 2 : Les gouttes de Dieu

Canal + : Mary et George

Arte : Classe tout risque


Mardi – Tuesday 4

Canal + : Second tour

TFX : Limitless


Mercredi – Wednesday 5

Arte : Gorilles dans la brume

France 4 : Face B comme bossa, l’autre histoire d’Henri Salvador





God and the Camel by Stefan Sarazin and Peter Keller

An Orthodox Jew from Brooklyn, on his way to celebrate Passover in Alexandria, Egypt, and a Bedouin searching for his camel are forced to cross the desert on foot and unite to survive… Finely written, this comedy takes the form of a road movie with invigorating humor.


“France,” Portrait of a Woman, Portrait of a Country

Bruno Dumont paints a scathing portrait of a ruthless journalist, embodied by the impressive Léa Seydoux.


My Name is Chance – A Voice Against Femicide

The vibrant portrait of Mutlu Kaya, a young Kurdish singer from Turkey who became disabled after an assassination attempt, publicly engaged with her family in the fight against violence against women.


“Race to AI – Towards the Best of Worlds?”

Overview of advances in artificial intelligence in Europe, at the dawn of a new era with yet unknown disruptions.


“Marley” by Kevin Macdonald

Bob Marley, his life, his musical and spiritual journey: directed by Kevin Macdonald (“The Last King of Scotland”), here is the definitive portrait of the king of reggae, in which his loved ones collaborated.



“The House on the Slope” by Yukihiro Morigaki. On May 30th

In Japan, the life of an ordinary mother is upended by her participation in an infanticide trial, which radically changes her view of motherhood…

A Japanese series as harsh as it is poignant, shedding light on the blind spots of a patriarchal society constrained by conventions.

“Samuel”: a must-see!

Samuel is 10 years old. He keeps a journal, and he has a problem: Basile told the older Julie that Samuel liked her. It’s not true; he couldn’t care less about Julie. It’s just that she laughed at one of his jokes, and he found that nice of her. Well, actually, Samuel does like Julie, but nobody must know. An animated series created by Emilie Tronche about childhood in the 2000s.


“Aurore”, directed by Laetitia Masson, is a must-watch right now.

During an argument, Aurore, 10 years old, kills a little boy in front of her sister’s eyes. Twenty years later, she tries to forget her irreparable crime, but Maya dreams of revenge. When their paths cross again, everything is replayed.

Starring Élodie Bouchez and Lolita Chammah.


“The Actor,” Nima Javidi, starting May 9th.

In Tehran, the trials and tribulations of a talented yet impoverished duo of actors, recruited by a detective agency for their mastery of disguise. The first Iranian series broadcast internationally, a dark comedy of delightful originality. Winner of the Grand Prize at last year’s Séries Mania festival.

First episode: in Tehran, Ali and Morteza, two actor friends facing eviction from the theater where they live, search for a way to pay the rent.


“Little Bird”, by Zoe Leigh Hopkins, starting May 16th.

Torn from her parents in the 1960s, a young Indigenous girl sets out to uncover her past… Led by an impressive cast, this Canadian series explores the trauma of Indigenous communities, victims of a cultural genocide long silenced.


Your films and series to watch as of May 29th on Netflix




Israeli & films series


Ripley, Steve Zaillian, with Andrew Scott, now. A must-see!

Ripley, Series adapted from the five novels by Patricia Highsmith featuring the character Tom Ripley, sent to Italy to bring back the son of a wealthy shipowner. He discovers a world that is not his own and endeavors to stay in it, even if it means resorting to murder.



Gianna, l’âme rebelle”, directed by Cinzia Th. Torrini.

Starring Letizia Toni as the icon of Italian female rock.

A fragment of the life of one of the most incisive and renowned voices in music, a thirty-year story that starts from childhood, delves into the roots of Gianna Nannini’s existence and career, leading up to her consecration, encompassing the turning point that upheaves her destiny, to such an extent that it can be considered her true birth: the year 1983.


Bodkin, Jez Scharf, streaming now

Bridgerton, Shonda Rhimes, Part 1 on  May 16

Part II, June 13


Under Paris, Xavier Gens, on June 5th.

Sophia, a brilliant scientist comes to know that a large shark is swimming deep in the river.


BEVERLY HILLS Hills Cop: Axel F : Jerry Bruckheimer, Eddie Murphy, Chad Oman, et le réalisateur Director Mark Molloy.




Your films and series to watch as of ​May 29th on Prime Video



 “The Sympathizer” (Pass Warner )

Based on the acclaimed work of Pulitzer Prize winner Viet Thanh Nguyen, “THE SYMPATHIZER” is a captivating espionage thriller and intercultural satire.

The story follows the trials of a double agent, both French and Vietnamese, during the tumultuous final days of the Vietnam War and his exile journey to the United States.

With a cast including Hoa Xuande, Fred Nguyen Khan, Toan Le, Vy Le, Alan Trong, Ky Duyen, Sandra Oh, and Robert Downey Jr., this series promises a rich blend of suspense and exploration of cultural complexities.



I AM CELINE DION, Irene Taylor, on June 25th



“The idea of you”, by Michael Showalter

Adapted from Robinne Lee’ novel.


“American Fiction”, Cord Jefferson

Thelonious Ellison, dit Monk, est un homme frustré.

En effet, le plus récent manuscrit de ce professeur de littérature n’a pas trouvé preneur chez les éditeurs. Las de voir publiés et célébrés des récits de misère, du trauma porn selon lui, Monk rédige sous pseudonyme une parodie de ce genre prisé.

Or, voici que l’intelligentsia, blanche toujours, s’enthousiasme, avec revenus accrus à la clé. Ayant cruellement besoin d’argent pour des motifs d’ordre familial, Monk poursuit la mystification.




Your films and series to watch as of May 29th on Canal+



Napoléon, by Ridley Scott, with Joaquin Phoenix, on May 24th


Mary & George, created by D. C. Moore, starting June 3

Mary Villiers, Countess of Buckingham, encourages her son George to seduce King James I and become his lover. As a result, Mary’s family becomes one of the most influential the English court has ever known.

Starring Julianne Moore and Nicholas Galitzine


Love Without, Maria Pourchet, from May 27, an audio and visual series of eight 12-minute episodes, featuring the voices of Céline Sallette and Arthur Teboul.

The story of a man and a woman, where one proposes to the other a game: to continue a relationship without ever seeing each other.


The Long shadow, Lewis Arnold, with Toby Jones, David Morrissey, Daniel Mays


“Tokyo  Vice S2”, streaming now

Produced by Michael Mann,  inspired by the eponymous autobiography of Jake Adelstein, published in France by Marchialy editions in 2016. 



Your films and series to watch as of May 29th on Apple TV & Canal+




A Gentleman in Moscow, by Ben Vanstone, starting May 30

Adapted from the novel by Amor Towles, starring Ewan McGregor

A Russian aristocrat is spared from execution and placed under house arrest for decades in a cramped attic room of a hotel, as the Bolshevik revolution unfolds before him.




Presumed Innocent, David E. Kelley and executive producer J.J. Abram, starting June 12


Adapted from the story by Scott Turow, starring Jake Gyllenhaal


“Dark Matter”, adapted by Blake Crouch from his novel, now.

Jason Dessen (Joel Edgerton, known for his roles in “Warrior,” “Zero Dark Thirty,” and “Master Gardener”) portrays a physics professor who, following an assault, finds himself in a world where nothing is familiar from his life, and where he seems on the verge of making a fundamental scientific discovery…

With the ability to traverse his multiple potential and previously parallel lives, he soon discovers that his main adversary, the one who abducted him for a mysterious purpose, is none other than… himself.

Alongside Joel Edgerton, we’ll see Jimmi Simpson (known for “House of Cards” and “Westworld”) and especially Jennifer Connelly (known for “Requiem for a Dream,” “Dark City,” “Top Gun: Maverick,” etc.).


“Franklin”, streaming now

At 79 years old, Michael Douglas leads the historical series Franklin, which recounts the years at the Court of Louis XVI of the scientist. Tasked by the other founding fathers of American democracy to convince the king to support their revolution.

Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by Stacy Schiff, “A Great Improvisation: Franklin, France, and the Birth of America,” “Franklin” explores the thrilling story of Benjamin Franklin’s greatest career gamble.

In December 1776, Franklin is world-famous for his electrical experiments, but his passion and power are put to the test when – as the fate of American independence hangs in the balance – he embarks on a secret mission to France.


“Sugar”: Colin Farrell as a private detective, streaming now.

The program is brought to the screen by Mark Protosevich, the screenwriter of “I Am Legend” and the remake of “Old Boy” by Spike Lee. Directing the eight episodes is Brazilian Fernando Meirelles (The Two Popes, City of God).

A police investigation and a gripping story under the sun of Los Angeles, that’s what the series “Sugar” offers.

The granddaughter of a famous Hollywood producer has mysteriously disappeared and it’s John Sugar, a private detective portrayed by Colin Farrell, who is tasked with the investigation. But his inquiries will uncover family secrets hidden for years.

Alongside the Irish actor, we notably find Amy Ryan (The Wire), James Cromwell (Succession), and Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad), under the direction of Mark Protosevich (Invasion).



“Manhunt”, a series created by Monica Beletsky, streaming now.

Adapted from James L. Swanson’s book, “Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln’s Killer.”

After the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865, just days before the end of the Civil War, his Secretary of War and friend, Edwin Stanton, begins the hunt to find Lincoln’s assassin, John Wilkes Booth.

For two weeks, Booth eluded the police with the complicity of Confederate sympathizers, while the United States government plunged into crisis.

Featuring Tobias Menzies (The Crown, Outlander, Game of Thrones) as the tenacious investigator, and Anthony Boyle (Masters of the Air, The Plot Against America), in his breakthrough first major television role.




“Palm Royale”,  created by Tate Taylor and developed by Abe Sylvia, now.

It is an adaptation of the novel “Mr. & Mrs. American Pie” by American author Juliet McDaniel, published in 2018.

A woman works towards attaining a place in Palm Beach high society, in the process learning what she will and won’t do to achieve this.


“To the moon”, Greg Berlanti, on July 10th

Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum star as a 1960s ad shark and a by-the-book launch director on a mission set against the high-stakes backdrop of NASA’s historic moon landing. Coming to theaters this July.



Your films and series to watch as of May 29th on Disney Plus



“The Beach Boys”, on May 24, directed by Frank Marshall and Thom Zimny and written by Mark Monroe.


Quiz Lady, Jessica Yu with Awkwafina, Sandra O, now.



BECOMING KARL LAGERFELD, starting June 12, created by Isaure Pisani-Ferry, Jennifer Have, and Raphaëlle Bacquéstarting June 12, created by Isaure Pisani-Ferry, Jennifer Have, and Raphaëlle Bacqué

In 1972, Karl Lagerfeld, 38 years old, is a ready-to-wear stylist still unknown to the general public. Then he will dare to measure himself against his friend and rival Yves Saint Laurent, a genius of haute couture, supported by businessman Pierre Bergé.



“Doctor Who” by Russell T Davies (Years and Years en 2019 & It’s a Sin en 2021).

Streaming now.

With Ncuti Gatwa (Sex Education, Barbie).


“In This Life or Another”, streaming now, a must-see.

Adapted from Manuel Jabois’ novel and directed by Jorge Sánchez-Cabezudo, is set to make an impact. This Spanish series, starring Pol López, Tamara Casellas, and Quim Àvila, delves into the backstage of one of the darkest events in recent European history.

The story focuses on Gabriel Montoya Vidal, nicknamed “Baby,” a teenager involved in the jihadist attacks of March 11, 2004, in Madrid.

Only 16 years old at the time, Baby played a crucial role in transporting the explosives used in this tragedy.

His involvement and trial in 2007, where he became the first convicted defendant, raise complex questions about influence, guilt, and redemption.



“Tracker,” an engaging series co-created by Michael Cooney, Jeffery Deaver, and Ben Winters, now.

With a cast including Justin Hartley, Fiona Rene, and Robin Weigert, this series is based on Jeffery Deaver’s bestselling novel “The Never Game.”

The series follows Colter Shaw, played by Justin Hartley, a lone survivalist who travels across the United States.

Armed with his exceptional tracking skills, Shaw assists the police and civilians in solving a variety of puzzles and unsolved cases.

But his adventure doesn’t end there; he must also navigate through the troubles and secrets of his own family, adding a layer of complexity to his already fascinating character.


“The Greatest Hits”, streaming now

When Harriet discovers she can travel back in time by listening to certain songs, she takes the opportunity to relive beautiful memories with her ex-boyfriend. But as she reminisces about the good times, a budding romance in the present competes with her memories.

She begins to wonder if she would change the past if she could. This romantic comedy offers a fresh take on time travel and is sure to leave no one indifferent.


“Nell the Rebel,” by Sally Wainwright, streaming now.

Nell Jackson, portrayed by Louisa Harland (known for her role in “Derry Girls”), a cunning and courageous young woman, unwittingly becomes the most famous outlaw in 18th-century England after being unjustly accused of murder. 

Helped by a brave spirit named Billy Blind, she realizes that fate did not lead her astray by chance.

“Shogun” by Justin Mark, Rachel Kondo, streaming now.

The novel had already been adapted into a mini-series broadcast in 1980, starring Toshirō Mifune and Richard Chamberlain.

Two ambitious men, coming from different worlds, will cross paths with a mysterious samurai.

John Blackthorne, a daring English sailor, shipwrecks in Japan, a country whose culture he knows nothing about. On the other hand, Lord Toranaga is a cunning and powerful daimyo.

However, he is in conflict with his own dangerous political rivals. As for Lady Mariko, she is a woman with invaluable skills but with dishonorable family ties, who must prove her worth and allegiance.




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