SYNOPSIS A political strategist vows revenge after taking the fall to save a presidential candidate's campaign.
WHAT A dark drama about what it takes to succeed in politics.
WHY Kad Merad was nominated for a Best Actor award at the 2017 International Emmy Awards.
Paul and Sali Aloka, a Black couple, have a white adopted son, Benjamin, and a biological son, Noé. They might not look like an ordinary family, but they’re happy—until Paul’s father shows up and prompts Benjamin to search for his birth parents.
When 31-year-old man-child Julien learns he has a teenage son, he embraces fatherhood by winning his son’s affections with joints and video games. Can he step up to the plate as a dad if he’s still a kid himself?
SYNOPSIS Rookie cop Chloé, a new arrival to French Guiana, investigates the ritualistic double murder of a French couple and their missing son.
WHAT What begins as a police procedural quickly takes a turn as the story moves from tin-shack favelas to the heart of the jungle and voodoo rituals.
WHY Iskander dives into the mysticism and specificities of French Guiana from the point of view of a French girl.
SYNOPSIS On the brink of a historic election, someone attempts to assassinate France's leading candidate for president. The aftermath will roil the country and divide a family.
WHAT A family drama about identity, with politics as the setting.
WHY The entire series unfolds in just one week's time, creating fast pacing and suspense.
SYNOPSIS When her police officer daughter disappears, retired cop Catherine embarks on a race against time to find her.
WHAT Crime thriller set in the sewers and catacombs of Paris.
WHY Top French actors; Inspired by Heart of Darkness, Seven & True Detective.
Politics are no laughing matter, but in this satire, the entire European Parliament is a joke. New assistant Samy fumbles his way through reports and amendments, his boss literally runs away from work, and grown officials throw ragers over Brexit.
Hélène returns to Paris to conduct a prestigious orchestra. On top of proving herself in a male-dominated field, now she must dodge a deadly curse and clear her name. Lethal secrets merge with soaring symphonies in this sexy psychological thriller.
After a diamond heist leaves a person dead, detectives find themselves plunged into Europe’s seedy underworld. In the hunt for answers, a web of conspiracies is uncovered, encompassing bankers to drug traffickers and beyond. Starring Samantha Morton.
A group of scientists in a remote Norwegian observatory discover a seemingly endless rope. Some choose to follow it and solve the mystery of its existence while others stay behind, yet all are faced with the harrowing consequences of their actions.
Against an animated backdrop, journalist Chloé Aeberhardt interviews female spies from the Cold War-era, angling to dispel myths that women rely on their femininity and sexuality to obtain essential intelligence and acts of political espionage.
Widely hailed as one of the best films of 2009, Claire Denis' sublime drama is the moving story of a father and daughter whose close-knit, tender relationship is disrupted by a handsome young suitor. Featuring an evocative score by Tindersticks.
Set in French Colonial Algeria, the film follows Daru, a reclusive, pacifist, Algerian-born French teacher of Spanish descent (Viggo Mortensen) tasked with delivering Mohammad, a docile Algerian murder suspect (Reda Kateb), into the hands of French authorities as the Algerian War of Independence ignites.
Inspired by the true events of the 1970s French Connection, a heroin smuggling ring that passed drugs from Asia through France to the US, this thriller/drama highlights the glamor, grit, and terror that was French organized crime.
The new film by Bertrand Bonello (Saint Laurent, House of Pleasures) is a terrorism thriller like no other. We follow a group of adolescents as they prowl the streets of Paris, learning that they’re underway with a bombing plot. And then it becomes something familiar, yet altogether different, as these subversives tuck away inside a shopping mall and lose themselves in consumer culture. Will they survive the encroaching authorities? Or, as the walls close in, will they even survive each other?