f you love your cinema and happen to be in Paris in June, then it is well worth taking a stroll down the most famous street in Paris.
In December each year the Paris Independent Film Festival opens its doors to film makers from all over the world to send in low-budget movies to celebrate the talent of upcoming and new film directors.
Crossing over Paris to the Georges Pomidou Center it is time to have a look at our next Parisian film festival which is creatively called Cinema Du Reel.
The Cesar du Cinema awards are the French version of the iconic Oscars, and Paris is just the place to celebrate such an auspicious event.
Directed by Maurice Pialat, Van Gough is brilliantly filmed to provide an account of the last few months of the great artist’s life.
Contempt directed by Jean-Luc Godard, is a riveting domestic film about the feelings Brigitte Bardot has for her boyfriend Paul, played by Michel Piccoli.