A Bottle in the Gaza Sea (a wonderful, moving, almost-love story taking place in Israel and Palestine), A World Without Women (click and scroll down: a sunny, funny tale of a seaside vacation and some near-and-maybe-more-than-that connections), The Shady Sailor (click and scroll down: a stylish look at two women, talking and doing, about the past and the present), and The Pirogue (because this one, an exciting, meaningful story of African emigrants crossing the sea to Europe, opens at NYC's Film Forum next week and will be playing around the U.S. in the months to come, it is barred from U.S. viewing, so you'll have to catch it during its upcoming theatrical run. I'll have a review of this film up early next week).
MyFrenchFilmFestival.com and start your viewing. I'll be checking in pretty often myself, with a review of each of the films I manage to see, over the next four weeks.
The Disintegration by Philippe Faucon, a film you can bet I'll soon be watching.)