What to watch on Netflix? #8 Julie Delpy!

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Julie Delpy is one of those persons who can do it all: actress, writer, director and even composer and singer, she is constantly evolving in her career. The newest Linklater movie, Before Midnight is a reminder that Delpy is an inevitable figure in the film industry. Let’s revisit her filmography through her different vocations… By […]

What to Watch on Netflix? #7 ? Three (mini)series !

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Either you’re on vacation and can spend a night watching 6 episodes in a row, or you’re stuck at work and need to travel, three (mini)series to brighten you summer that you can find on Netflix, that deal with women in a profound and pertinent way. By Iris Brey Lire l’article en français The Fall, […]

What to watch on Netflix? #6 Sarah Polley!

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Sarah Polley’s wonderful movie Stories we tell is still playing in New York theatres. With her third feature movie she proves to be one of the most gifted directors today with a strong acting career. Stories we tell is a documentary in which Polley questions the identity of her father while playing with auto-fiction. After […]

What to Watch on Netflix (or elsewhere) before Cannes ? #5

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This week, delve into the world of three French directors whose second or third movie have been selected for the Cannes festival this year. It’s time to discover their breakthrough movie on Netflix or elsewhere! /By Iris Brey/ Belle Épine Director: Rebecca Zlotowski Story line: Prudence, 17, is alone on her birthday. She starts hanging […]

What to watch on Netflix (or elsewhere) #4

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This week, we suggest four movies that question the place of women and sexuality in the midst of political conflicts in the Middle East. /By Iris Brey/ Caramel Director: Nadine Labaki Story line: A beauty salon in Beirut is the place where modern Lebanese women’s lives and troubles unfold. One dates a married man, the […]

What to Watch on Netflix (or elsewhere) #3

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It’s that time of the year: the Oscars. Watch the movies that launched this year’s best actresses’ career and brush up on your classics before Sunday! /By Iris Brey/ Jessica Chastain The tree of life Director : Terrence Malick Story line : A family faces the loss of a son in the war, each member deals with […]

What to Watch on Netflix (or elsewhere) #2

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Three recognized French directors whose names are already well-known in France, their films embody hope for a new wave in French cinema! /By Iris Brey/ Tomboy Director: Céline Sciamma Story line: Summer time, a young girl decides to present herself as “Michael” to her new friends when her family moves into a new apartment. Why […]

What to Watch on Netflix (or elsewhere) #1

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2012 was a lucky year for three young documentary filmmakers who toured their movies all over the word winning all sort of prizes. Remember these names: Alison Klayman, Bess Kargman and Lauren Greenfield, three women about to get huge. /By Iris Brey/ Lire l’article en français The Queen of Versailles Director: Lauren Greenfield Story line: […]