Based on The Sunflower published by Schocken Books. Simon Wiesenthal spent his whole life seeking to understand what happened to him, on that sunny morning in 1942. Alone in the darkness of a bedroom, that day he heard the last confession of Karl, who had murdered innocents during the war, and was begging forgiveness. Adapted by Daniel Cohen and Antoine Mory, directed by Steve Suissa, with Thierry Lhermitte.
Marie and Denis have been in love for forty years. It's beautiful... but thanks to their son Tom, things are about to change. He has blundered. One that could change the next fifty years of a life. Written by Bob Martet, directed by Anne Bourgeois, starring Marie-Anne Chazel, Régis Laspalès, Jean-Baptiste Shelmerdine, Emma Gamet, and Caroline Maillard.
She embarks on a full frontal assault against the word Race, and the assignations that follow from it. She bears a Russian first name, and a surname with a nobiliary particle and the name of France's greatest writers and thinkers. But Tania de Montaigne is black, with a lower case 'b'. Adapted by Tania de Montaigne and Stéphane Foenkinos, directed by Stéphane Foenkinos, starring Tania de Montaigne. Artistics collaboration by Florence Maury, Clara Choï and Aymen Bouchou.
Actress Julie Depardieu, flautist Juliette Hurel, and pianist Hélène Couvert introduce us to Misia Sert who, for over forty years, was the muse of some of the biggest names, from Bonnard and Renoir to Diaghilev and Cocteau, Ravel, Debussy, and Stravinsky. Written by Baptiste Rossi.
Who can say what? When? To whom? And in which circumstances? Just as there are some areas where one can speak freely, there are also things that can no longer be said. From little everyday words to existential questions to family secrets, She and He talk, sometimes as one, sometimes at cross purposes. Written by Salomé Lelouch, directed by Salomé Lelouch and Ludivine de Chastenet, with Pierre Arditi, Évelyne Bouix, and the participation of Pascal Arnaud.
Summer 1913. Since his release, Ed Morrell has been fighting to save his friend, Jacob Heimer, from the death penalty. Touched by his struggle, Charmian, wife of the famous author Jack London, invites Ed to their vast estate, the "Wolf House". Written by Benoît Solès, directed by Tristan Petitgirard, starring Benoit Solès, Amaury de Crayencour, and Anne Plantey.
In 1663, Louis-Henri de Pardaillan, Marquis de Montespan, and the charming Françoise de Rochechouart fall madly in love and are married. The debts pile up, and the Marquis absolutely must attract the Sun King's good graces. So Louis-Henri goes off to war for Louis XIV and is delighted to learn that Françoise has been presented to the Queen in his absence. But he had not reckoned with the King's roving eye, which has fallen on his tender wife. The new favourite! Written by Jean Teulé, adapted by Salomé Villiers, directed by Etienne Launay, starring Salomé Villiers, Simon Larvaron and Michaël Hirsch.
PLAY IN ENGLISH with French surtitles incorporated into the video of the performance. For their second collaboration, actor Charlotte Rampling and cellist Sonia Wieder-Atherton create a poetic dialogue between the sonnets of William Shakespeare and the suites of Johann Sebastian Bach. Like a single piece of music, the switch from cello to words is imperceptible and the two instruments sing in harmony.
East Berlin. Emma and Ludwig want to run away to the West. Emma gets a job as a home help working for Werner Hofmann, taking care of his senile elderly mother. She is not there by chance - the apartment has a secret passage leading to the other side of the Wall. Written by Patrick Haudecoeur and Gérald Sibleyras, directed by José Paul, with Anne Charrier, Maxime d’Aboville, Patrick Haudecœur, Loïc Legendre, Guilhem Pellegrin, Marie Lanchas, Claude Guyonnet and Gino Lazzerini. Winner of the Molière award for Best Play, and Best Actor in a Private Theatre Production for Maxime d’Aboville.
Pierre, Jules and Louise Gauthier are very close and love their mother and father very much. So when they receive an urgent summons from the parents, who have something very important to announce, the three children rush to their side, fearing the worst. Written by Emmanuel Patron and Armelle Patron, directed by Armelle Patron and Anne Dupagne, with Frédérique Tirmont, Bernard Alane, Élise Diamant, Rudy Milstein and Emmanuel Patron.