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November 06 at 8:33 p.m. ET

Directed by: Kheiron (France, 2014)
Cast: Kheiron (Hibat), Leïla Bekhti (Fereshteh), Gérard Darmon (the father), Zabou Breitman (the mother), Alexandre Astier (the Shah), Kyan Khojandi (Barbe), Arsène Mosca (the Chief Guardian), Jonathan Cohen (Chokri), Eriq Ebouaney (Adama), Carole Franck (Chatherine Hanriot), Camélia Jordana (Maryam), Michel Vuillermoz (Daniel Bioton)
Genre: Comedy drama

1970s Iran. Hibat campaigns for more democracy but faced with ever more violent repression after the fall of the Shah, he must flee the country with his wife and baby. Ever the optimists, Hibat and Fereshteh try to build a new life in the Paris suburbs.

Awards: Nomination (César 2016 for best first work)


November 13 at 8:30 p.m. ET

Directed by: Fred Grivois (France/Belgium, 2014)
Screenplay: Thomas Bidegain, Noé Debre
Cast: Reda Kateb (Vincent), Ludivine Sagnier (Delphine), Johan Heldenbergh (Renaud), Tchéky Karyo (Armand), Pascal Demolon (JP), Blanche Hemada Costoso (Alexia), Laure de Clermont (Valérie), Sylvie Degryse (Evelyne)
Genre: Drama

Vincent, a champion marksman, is in debt and the future of his family is jeopardised. At a shooting range he meets Renaud, an appealing and enigmatic character who offers him a way out thanks to a "special contract". Vincent finds himself caught up in a dangerous chain of events.

Awards: Nominations (Beaune, 2015)
Parental guidance: TV-14


November 20 at 8:33 p.m. ET

Directed by: Christian Vincent (France, 2014)
Cast: Fabrice Luchini (Michel Racine), Sidse Babett Knudsen (Ditte Lorensen-Coteret), Eva Lallier (Ann Lorensen-Coteret), Corinne Masiero (Marie-Jeanne Metzer), Sophie-Marie Larrouy (Coralie Marciano), Fouzia Guezoum (Nacera Boubziz), Simon Ferrante (Simon Orvieto)
Genre: Drama

Michel Racine, a criminal court judge in the process of divorcing, is more cantankerous than ever. But when preparing to judge a case of child-murder he is moved to learn that Ditte is on the jury. He was once in love with this woman. Without knowing it, she broke his heart.

Awards: César 2016 for best supporting actress (Sidse Babett Knudsen), Best actor, Best screenplay (Venice 2015)


November 27 at 8:30 p.m. ET

Directed by: Mathieu Vadepied (France, 2015)
Cast: Balamine Guirassy (Adama), Ali Bidanessy (Mamadou), Guillaume Gouix (Stanislas Mauger), Joséphine de Meaux (CPE), Léontina Fall (Fatou), Adama Camara (Salif), Aristide Tarnagda (Terrence), Bakary Drame (Harry)
Genre: Drama

14-year-old Adama lives with his mother in a small two-roomed apartment in the Paris suburbs. Life's hard, so he deals drugs hoping to help her financially. His school grades are getting worse. Despite this, Adama is a promising pupil. His gym teacher decides to help him.

Awards: Closing film (Critics week, Cannes 2015), nomination (Angoulême 2015)
Parental guidance: TV-14

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