In 1967 in rural France, the Van der Becks run a school teaching young women how to become good wives.
This quirky comedy stars the great Juliette Binoche as a woman training young girls to be good wives.
What better way to celebrate Bastille Day on July 14th than with the re-opening of the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival.
Japanese master film-maker Kore-eda's first foray outside of Japan is a family saga set in Paris.
Juliette Binoche stars in this psychological thriller about fake online profiles.
Robert Pattinson stars in this English-language sci-fi from French auteur, Claire Denis.
The struggles of a young dancer to overcome adversity to fulfil her dream of dancing as an expression of herself, not just as a series of steps strung together.
The annual summer holiday of the extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family is interrupted by two bumbling inspectors investigating a number of missing tourists.
The 28th season of the Alliance Française French Film Festival will open at Palace Nova Eastend cinemas on Thursday, presenting 45 films until 23 April 2017.
A young French woman goes to Sicily to visit her boyfriend where she meets his mother, beginning two days of psychological play between the two women.
Suffering a nervous breakdown, famed sculptress Claudel must plead for her sanity after being confined to an asylum.
Australia’s most glamorous film event, the Alliance Française French Film Festival, is returning to Adelaide for its 25th season from 20 March 2014.