7 Jan 2021
Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's film news, including a look ahead at filmmaking in 2021 and a review of the new Pixar movie "Soul". She also reveals her "virtual" pick of the week: a one-minute-long film, shot with a cell phone and entitled "Women's Empowerment".
6 Jan 2021
Actor Khazam Danmola commences work on new film
4 Jan 2021
Afeez Oyetoro, Femi Adebayo, others tackle chance, corruption in new movie
4 Jan 2021
Bond girl and 'Charlie's Angels' actress Tanya Roberts has passed away at the age of 65.
22 Dec 2020
Wonder Woman screens in cinemas to rave reviews
20 Dec 2020
Ivory Coast's latest cinematic offering, “Night of the Kings”, has received rave reviews after its premiere. The film sees an inmate's fate rest on his ability to captivate his audience with stories told until dawn.
20 Dec 2020
The celebrated Arecibo Observatory telescope in Puerto Rico, which once starred in a James Bond film, collapsed on Tuesday when its 900-ton receiver platform plunged 450 feet (140 meters) onto the radio dish below.
19 Dec 2020
The house lights have dimmed once more but it's not because the film's about to start. Movie theatres in France had their hopes dashed when Covid-19 lockdown measures were extended as part of a second nationwide lockdown, meaning cinemas will remain shuttered until next year. Film producer Michèle Halberstadt, of ARP distribution, tells us more about how it affects her industry and describes the frustration of those who feel their sector has been ignored by the government.
13 Dec 2020
'Game of Thrones' star Peter Dinklage has reportedly joined the cast of Legendary's 'The Toxic Avenger' reboot.
12 Dec 2020
Margot Robbie has revealed that her favourite Thanksgiving dish usually "goes up in flames" when she tries to make it.
10 Dec 2020
FRANCE 24's film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's film news, including her favourite French film of the year, the lesbian love story "Deux" or "Two of Us", that's been submitted to the Oscars in the International Film category. We also look at some remarkable images ahead of the 125th anniversary of the world's first public movie screening on December 28, 1895 in Paris.
6 Dec 2020
Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's film news, including Jesse Eisenberg's role in "#Resistance", playing the legendary mime star Marcel Marceau who helped thousands of Jews escape the Nazis. They also discuss restored films from 20th century Japanese master Yasujiro Ozu and the online Black Australia Festival, which is devoted to lifting up indigenous voices.