François Ozon

Everything Went Fine – first-look review

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

François Ozon takes a light-hearted look at the banality and bureaucracy of assisted suicide in his misfiring latest.

How François Ozon navigates queer romance

By Juan Barquin

In Summer of 85, the French director builds on a career-long interest in how we deal with love and loss.

Summer of ’85

By Elena Lazic

François Ozon turns back the clock for a sun-kissed gay love story that’s shot through with tragedy.

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A journey to the past with François Ozon

By Elena Lazic

To celebrate the release of Summer of 85, we explore Ozon’s various heightened depictions of days gone by.

Cannes announces official selection for its cancelled 2020 edition

By Charles Bramesco

Steve McQueen, Wes Anderson and Im Sang-soo were all set to compete at this year’s festival.

By the Grace of God

By Phil Concannon

François Ozon serves up his answer to Spotlight in this sobering study of sexual abuse in the Catholic church.

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L’Amant Double

By Manuela Lazic

This twisty psycho-thriller from François Ozon sees a perplexed young woman dating identical shrinks.

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Cannes Film Festival 2017: Palme d’Or predictions

By David Jenkins

Three scenarios for who might win big at this year’s prize giving.

Frantz – first look review

By Katherine McLaughlin

François Ozon returns with a full-bodied tale of stunted romance and the pained legacy of warfare.

The New Girlfriend

By Craig Williams

François Ozon does it again with this puckish and erotic satire on sexuality and family gender roles.

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Jeune et Jolie

By David Jenkins

A glassy-eyed and ambiguous portrait of a teenage call-girl from director François Ozon.

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In the House

By Adam Woodward

Literary prodigy writes rings around his prof in the spry latest from arty teaser François Ozon.

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Potiche

By Martyn Conterio

A warm-hearted story of a woman’s rise in a man’s world belies a biting satire.

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