This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.
Franco-Arab movies: a small segment of the movie market consistently producing great films.
Most are Algerian, but there is some variety. The list will grow as I continue to watch more.
Françoise Dorléac (21 March 1942 – 26 June 1967) was a French actress. She was the daughter of screen actor Maurice Dorléac and Renée Deneuve, and the elder sister of Catherine Deneuve. The two sisters starred together in the 1967 musical, The Young Girls of Rochefort. Her other films include Philippe de Broca's movie L'Homme de Rio, François Truffaut's La Peau douce, Roman Polanski's Cul-de-sac and Val Guest's Where the Spies Are.
Dorléac was on the brink of true international stardom when she died in a car accident on 26 June 1967.
This list contains two documentaries "Elle s'appelait Françoise" and "Les demoiselles ont eu 25 ans" which were released after her death.
Pascale Ogier (26 October 1958 – 25 October 1984) was a French actress.
For her performance in the Éric Rohmer film, Full Moon in Paris, Ogier was nominated for a César Award for Best Actress and won the Volpi Cup for best actress at the 1984 Venice Film Festival. Shortly afterwards, at age 25 — on the day before she was to celebrate her 26th birthday — Ogier died of a heart attack probably caused by a heart murmur condition she had since age 12 combined with drug use.
Established in 1999, Golden Stars of the Press French Cinema cinema allow journalists to establish their own ranking of French film of the year. 700 journalists from print, radio, television and web receive each year in December a record of voting in which are listed all French films of the year approved by the CNC. The winners of the votes are announced in January at a prestigious awards ceremony evening
Crystal Globes reward annually disciplines in the arts and culture. Voters are journalists and editors. A jury chaired by a press and consists of fifteen journalists draw up a list of five works in each category winners are then selected by nearly 1,100 journalists from print and broadcast media, national, regional and local levels by an anonymous vote. The ceremony was held in the luxurious surroundings of the Senate. created in 2006
A list of 101 French films, divided into eight periods, that follows the development and history of French cinema according to French film historian Michel Marie. This list is taken from the companion anthology "La belle histoire du cinéma français en 101 films" published by Armand Colin.
The eight periods of French film are as follows:
1895-1929 : Le cinéma muet, de l’invention au passage au parlant ;
1930-1944 : des débuts du parlant à la libération ;
1945-1958 : Le cinéma de la IVe République ;
1959-1969 : Autour de la Nouvelle Vague ;
1970-1980 : Les années politiques ;
1981-2000 : Cinéma d’auteurs et industrie culturelle ;
2001-2012 : Les vétérans et les jeunes cinéastes du second siècle ;
2013-2016 : Épilogue.
Canada has submitted films for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, created for non-English speaking films, since 1971. As of today, five Canadian films have been nominated including one winner for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Made up from 10 similar length lists of best French film - this includes everything that appears on more than one of these:
Le cinéma français
Time Out's 100 Best French Films
Histoire(s) De Films Francais: 91 French Films
Films de France Top 100 French Films
The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Top French Films
Les Inrocks: 100 greatest french films
100 French films for an ideal Cinematheque (René Prédal)
iCM Forum's Favourite French Films
Top 100 French Films as Voted by RYMers
Times' 100 Best French Films
"Here is a list of the "essential" French films of the Occupation period, from Raymond Chirat's book Le cinéma français des années de guerre.
The first part of the list are the films that have received lasting critical acclaim. The other titles listed in the second part (starting with #29: La fille du puisatier (1940)) are of lesser importance (according to Chirat) but were popular successes of that year." - Clemmetarey