Starring Vincent Cassel, Tuheï Adams, Malik Zidi, Pua-Taï Hikutini, Pernille Bergendorff, Marc Barbé, Paul Jeanson, Cédric Eeckhout and Samuel Jouy. Directed by Edouard Deluc.
1891. Painter Paul Gauguin is already well-known in Parisian artistic circles, but is tired of the so-called civilised world and its political, moral and artistic conventions. In search of his soul, he ventures alone to the other end of the world, Tahiti, consumed with a yearning for original purity and ready to sacrifice everything for his quest. Impoverished and solitary, Gauguin pushes deep into the Tahitian jungle where he meets the Maoris and Tehura, his muse, who will inspire his most iconic works of art.
Starring Matt Damon, Alicia Vikander, Vincent Cassel, Tommy Lee Jones and Julia Stiles. Directed by Paul Greengrass.
Starring Vincent Cassel. Directed by Ariel Kleiman.
A confronting tale about Alexander who, raised to see the world through Gregori's eyes, is starting to think for himself.
Starring Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, John Lithgow, Vincent Cassel, Peter Dennis, Clive Pearse, Jim Cummings, Bobby Block and Chris Miller. Directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson.
A mean lord exiles fairytale creatures to the swamp of a grumpy ogre, who must go on a quest and rescue a princess for the lord in order to get his land back.
Starring Bérénice Bejo, Vincent Cassel, Florence Foresti and François Damiens. Directed by Daniel Cohen.
Life-loving 40-something Lea works in retail, and is happily married to Marc, a conservative and somewhat insecure salesman. Lea has long been considered a dreamer by her know-it-all best friend Karine, who seems content enough with her advertising executive job and life with gentle giant Francis and their two kids. But something is about to upset the intricate balance of this quartet.
Over dinner one evening, Lea unexpectedly announces she is trying her hand at writing a novel, a declaration met with some bemusement; Marc is certainly unconvinced. Lea’s burst of creativity triggers an apparently threatened Karine to pick up her own pen, and even Francis dusts off a long-abandoned artistic side. When Lea’s book is picked up by a major publisher great things seem assured, if only her friends and husband can handle it.
Starring Vincent Cassel, Reda Kateb, Hélène Vincent, Bryan Mialoundama, Alban Ivanov, Benjamin Lesieur and Marco Locatelli. Directed by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache.
For twenty years, Bruno and Malik have lived in a different world: the world of autistic children and teens. In charge of two separate non-profit organizations, they train young people from underprivileged areas to be caregivers for extreme cases that have been refused by all other institutions. It’s an exceptional partnership, outside of traditional settings, for some quite extraordinary characters.
Starring Gaspard Ulliel, Vincent Cassel, Nathalie Baye, Léa Seydoux, Marion Cotillard, Arthur Couillard, Stephan Dubeau, Antoine Desrochers, Théodore Pellerin and William Boyce Blanchette. Directed by Xavier Dolan.
Starring Lea Seydoux, Vincent Cassel, Andre Dussollier, Eduardo Noriega and Myriam Charleins. Directed by Christophe Gans.
1810. After losing his fortune at sea, a ruined merchant is forced to retire to the countryside with his six children.
Among them is Belle, his youngest daughter, who is full of joy and grace. On an arduous journey, the Merchant discovers the magical realm of the Beast, who sentences him to death for stealing a rose. Belle, who blames herself for her family’s terrible misfortune, decides to sacrifice her life in place of her father’s.
However, it isn’t death that awaits Belle in the Beast’s castle, but rather a life of magic, joy, melancholy...and romance.
Starring Tom Hardy, Joel Kinnaman, Noomi Rapace, Gary Oldman and Vincent Cassel. Directed by Daniel Espinosa.
Set in Stalin's Soviet Union, a disgraced MGB agent, Leo Demidov is dispatched to investigate a series of child murders - a case that begins to connect with the very top party leadership. Leo, having experienced a tough, bleak upbringing as an orphan, was taken in by the red army, rising through the ranks, Leo, now a revered soldier, is framed for treason and he and his wife, Raisa are sent into exile to a remote outpost. Here, children are being savagely murdered and the authorities are turning a blind eye. At rock bottom, Leo decides to take it upon himself to solve the crimes.