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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | May 14, 2021

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Review: Antoinette in the Cévennes

April 22, 2021 |

Caroline Vignal returns to directing with the charming romantic comedy, Antoinette in the Cévennes.

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Film Review: The Translators

September 16, 2020 |

A tangle of mysteries and lies gradually unravels revealing the lengths creative people will go to for their authenticity in the new meta whodunnit thriller The Translators from French film director Regis Roinsard.

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Les Misérables: Film Review

August 28, 2020 |

Les Misérables is a French movie about police brutality, poverty, and being black in France. The film evokes the iconic Victor Hugo novel Les Misérables reinterpreting the French tale of revolution through the lens of modern black French teenagers.

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Review: La Belle Epoque

August 20, 2020 |

In his third film, Nicholas Bedous takes us back to the past to revisit a pivotal moment in the life of a 60-year-old Frenchman.

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Monsieur Chocolat: The Circus Isn’t Just Black And White

July 14, 2017 |

Straight out of France, Monsiuer Chocolat is an enthralling yet tragic story about the highs and lows of circus fame.

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Alliance Française Classic Film Festival Hits Brisbane

August 24, 2016 |

Early this September, for the first time ever, the Alliance Française Classic Film Festival will be held at the Palace Barracks Cinemas in Brisbane City. The festival debuted in Sydney last year and was an instant hit. This year the Festival will screen nationally in 5 cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and Perth. Read More


April 11, 2016 |

Two strangers, who are completely opposite in every single way, separated by the thinnest of walls. What could possibly go wrong?

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A Cloud of Love, Laughter and Smoke – Rosalie Blum

March 18, 2016 |

The 27th Alliance Française French Film Festival opened in Brisbane with the enchanting, enigmatic and endearing film Rosalie Blum. Based on the award-winning series of graphic novels by Camille Juordy, Julien Rappeneau’s directorial debut was a witty story that made stalking comedic and acceptable, in a way that only the founding nation of cinema ever could. Read More

Film Review: Young and Beautiful

May 6, 2014 |

French film Young and Beautiful brings its audience on a significantly different version of the typical coming-of-age drama. Read More