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1,000 TIMES GOOD NIGHT
"An affecting drama. Deeply compelling....[Binoche's] transformation is as unsettling as the violence she's chronicling."
- John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter
"[A] gripping, emotionally resonant drama...starring French luminary Juliette Binoche."
- Ronnie Scheib, Variety
"Elegant and aesthetically pleasing! Binoche is particularly terrific."
- Jessica Kiang, The Playlist
"This is a film that belongs on your 'Must-See' list if you were ever 11 years old and made it to adulthood!"
- Cynthia Corral, Cinequest
2 AUTUMNS, 3 WINTERS
"A quirky French indie...filled with oodles of visual flourishes."
- Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter
"2 Autumns, 3 Winters is the palpable love of cinema on display!"
- Craig Williams, Cinevue
"Beautifully performedâ€¦[with] an insight rarely touched upon in most films!"
- Sacha Stephan, Reel Good
A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES
"A sweet and illuminating journey into cult cinema history..."
- Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter
"Strange, passionate [and] intensely creative!"
- Tom Huddleston, TimeOut London
AGATA AND THE STORM
Official Selection - Palm Springs Int'l Film Festival
Winner - Audience Award (Screenplay) - Angers Film Festival
"Excellent! Atmospheric, tense, smartly crafted - ALIYAH is one of the best films this year!"
- Gary Goldstein, The Los Angeles Times
"[ALIYAH] has a crackling pyschological intensity."
- Stephen Holden, The New York Times
"Drama-Cum-Thriller from budding auteur Elie Wajeman!"
- Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter
"...a powerful and visually arresting take on the current crisis in youth culture."
"Top Ten List for 2014. One of the great films about the nature of love. Brilliantly employs lieder by Mozart and Beethoven - the most telling use of period performance since Straub-Huillet's 1968 CHRONICLE OF ANNA MAGDELENA BACH."
- James Quandt, Artforum
"A satirical yet sensitive study of the 1811 death pact between poet Heinrich von Kleist and Henriette Vogel. Hausner expertly conveys the claustrophobia and inflexibility of this environment by tightly choreographing her characters through carefully composed, sparsely decorated spaces."
- Film Comment
"Hausner reveals her strongest work yet, a droll, romantic exploration of sorts that manages to expertly blend her unique tone with exquisite digital compositions."
- Nicolas Bell, Ioncinema
Official Selection - SXSW Film Festival
"The simple sweetness of this heartfelt effort arrives as both endearing and culturally provocative."
- Toddy Burton, The Austin Chronicle
"A gem of a film, beautifully shot and perfectly cast!"
- Mary Glucksman, Filmmaker Magazine
"ARRANGED is a must-see in this globalized world!"
- Alex Navissi, The Daily Texan
"A freshness of observation and a sparky sense of wonder about its protagonists means that Michael Vinik's debut feature retains the keen edge of authentic experience."
- Jonathan Holland, The Hollywood Reporter
"Seriously, this movie bleeds cool in a way a lot of American indies only wish they could. But the coolest part? Watching two angsty teenage girls fall for each other."
- Daniela Costa, AfterEllen.com
"Michal Vinik's fresh, frank look at coming out and coming of age in contemporary Israel."
- Guy Lodge, Variety
"In her second directorial outing, Melanie Laurent offers a compelling, superbly acted portrait of an adolescent friendship perched on the brink of obsession."
- Scott Foundas, Variety
"An impressive second film that features intelligent writing and several knockout performances...Laurent also impresses here as a director of actors."
- Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter
"Melanie Laurent's gorgeous, twisted and confident Breathe is a natural second act to the early moments of Kechiche's time-spanning new classic [Blue is the Warmest Color], applying the same level of care and consideration to the hormonally driven closeness of yet another pair of wild teen girls."
- Kate Erbland, Film School Rejects