A Year With Armin van BuurenOctober 11, 2012
An ordinary person, living an extraordinary life. Armin van Buuren, a superstar DJ, lives the life that most of us can only dream of. With a relentless passion for music, the born perfectionist strives to stay on top, dealing with the daily pressure that comes along with it. ‘A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF ARMIN VAN BUUREN’ gives you a closer look at the person behind the Dutch DJ. Taking one year out of his roaring life, and a special year it is… “ARMIN VAN BUUREN, IN PERSON”
Haute CuisineSeptember 17, 2012
The story of Danièle Delpeuch and how she was appointed as the private chef for François Mitterrand.
Of Gods and MenMay 18, 2010
French drama based on the 1996 kidnapping and killing of seven monks in Algeria. A group of Trappist monks reside in the monastery of Tibhirine in Algeria, where they live in harmony with the largely muslim population. When a bloody conflict between Algeria's army and Muslim Jihadi insurgents disrupts the peace, they are forced to consider fleeing the monastery and deserting the villagers they have ministered to. In the face of deadly violence the monks wrestle with their faith and their convictions, eventually deciding to stay and help their neighbours keep the army and the insurgents at bay.
The PlagueSeptember 5, 2006
All the worldwide children of less than nine years fall in coma at the same time. Ten years later, Tom Russel is released from prison after killing a man in a fight, and returns to his home town, more specifically to his older brother home, who has a son in coma. Tom intends to rebuild his life, but his ex-wife Jean Raynor is hurt and does not want to see him.
Kirikou and the Wild BeastsDecember 7, 2005
The film is a sub-story to Kirikou and the Sorceress rather than a straight sequel. The movie is set while Kirikou is still a child and Karaba is still a sorceress. Like Princes et princesses and Les Contes de la nuit, it is an anthology film comprising several episodic stories, each of them describing Kirikou's interactions with a different animals. It is however unique among Michel Ocelot's films, not only in that it is co-directed by Bénédicte Galup (who has previously worked with him as an animator) but also for each of the stories being written by a different person (in all other cases, Ocelot has been the sole writer and director of his films).