Mea Culpa ╳ Fred Cavayé

Director Fred Cavayé energizes the screen with his sleek and slick French action thriller Mea Culpa. A father must protect his loved ones, as his son unfortunately falls witness to a murder. With musical scored by the awesome Cliff Martinez. Action packed trailer after the jump.

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L’entre Jambe ‘The Crotch’

French artist Cécile Hug gathers beetles, seashells, flowers, and all forms of elements from nature to create a peculiar form of undergarments. Her series entitled “L’entre Jambe” which translates to “The Crotch” was just featured at Ok Color – Les Pépins in Paris, France.

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Koralie les dames d’abord

Ever since I saw  Koralie and husband Supakitch on EK on November of last year, I’ve been wanting to do a post about them individually, so here goes! Though their work blends incredibly in a fluke of genius brought by street art super powers, Koralie’s work stands alone with pure individual style. Her signature “doll” illustrations appear throughout her work, she blends a…

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Holy Motors

French filmmaker Léos Carax has a masterful knack for exploring the mature facets of love and pain. After ~13 years since his last controversial piece Pola X, Carax delivers his latest feature length drama entitled Holy Motors. The plot revolves around a man and the multiple identities he slips into during a one day cycle.

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Laurence Anyways

Canadian director, screenwriter, and actor Xavier Dolan has made incredible leaps over just the span of three feature length films. Dolan’s thematic spotlight falls on the subjects of next-gen social / cultural complexities dealing with sex, gender, romance, and relationships. His latest film Laurence Anyways (the third feature), deals with transexuality and the life-choices that…

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Monsieur Lazhar // Bachir Lazhar

Canadian filmmaker Philippe Falardeau, does not consider himself to be a filmmaker, let alone even an artist. He attributes these modest statements because of his studies in political science and international relations. That being said, there is no doubt in my mind that his current line-up of impressive works will continue to support Falardeau’s agree-to-disagree…

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Human Zoo

Fashion model / actress / director Rie Rasmussen focuses on a young woman’s haunting recollection of experiences during the Kosovo Serbian conflict. Originally released in 2009, Human Zoo is being re-played for a week at the New Beverly in Los Angeles, CA (backed by director Quentin Tarantino).

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