This year, American distributors have already acquired the rights of more than twenty French movies. Most of these features have already been released; others are planned for this year's end or early 2015.
François Truffaut, one of the founders of the "New Wave", prematurely died exactly thirty years ago; he nevertheless left a long filmography. For twenty-five years, he wrote the disillusioned chronicle of heroes both detached and passionate who are often left alone and realize, according to Muriel’s words at the end of Two English girls that "we know happiness only after. "
An independent movie and first feature, co-produced and co-directed by Ruben Amar and Lola Bessis, Swim Little Fish Swim, was released in France on June 4, three years after the shooting, delayed by the lack of means. The movie is now out in the US.