List of French films of 2010

A list of films produced in France in 2010. 263 French films were released in 2010.[1]

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
The Assault Julien Leclercq Vincent Elbaz, Grégori Derangère Action thriller
Bacon on the Side (Il reste du jambon?) Anne Depétrini Ramzy Bedia, Anne Marivin Romantic comedy
Black Venus Abdel Kechiche Yahima Tores, Olivier Gourmet Drama Entered into the 67th Venice International Film Festival.
Caged (Captifs) Yann Gozlan Zoé Félix Horror film
Copacabana Marc Fitoussi Isabelle Huppert, Lolita Chammah Comedy [2]
De vrais mensonges Pierre Salvadori Audrey Tautou, Nathalie Baye, Sami Bouajila Romantic comedy English titles: Beautiful Lies and Full Treatment
Ensemble c'est trop Léa Fazer Nathalie Baye, Pierre Arditi, Aïssa Maïga Comedy [3]
The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec
(Les Aventures extraordinaires d'Adèle Blanc-Sec)
Luc Besson Louise Bourgoin, Matthew Amalric, Gilles Lellouche, Jean-Paul Rouve Fantasy film, Adventure film, Film adaptation Based on the Franco-Belgian comics series of the same name, written and illustrated by Jacques Tardi.
From Paris with Love Pierre Morel John Travolta, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Melissa Mars Action [4]
Gainsbourg (Vie héroïque) Joann Sfar Eric Elmosino, Lucy Gordon Drama [5]
The Ghost Writer Roman Polanski Ewan McGregor, Pierce Brosnan, Kim Cattrall Thriller [6]
Happy Few Antony Cordier Marina Foïs, Élodie Bouchez Romance Entered into the 67th Venice International Film Festival.
The Hedgehog (Le hérisson) Mona Achache Josiane Balasko
Garance Le Guillermic
Based on the novel The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery
Little White Lies Guillaume Canet François Cluzet, Marion Cotillard Comedy, drama
Love Like Poison (Un Poison Violent) Katell Quillévéré Clara Augarde, Lio, Michel Galabru Drama Premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival
The Names of Love (Le Nom des gens) Michel Leclerc Sara Forestier, Jacques Gamblin, Zinedine Soualem The film was awarded two César Awards in 2011, including best female lead for Sara Forestier and best writing.[7] The former French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin makes a cameo appearance.
Of Gods and Men (Des hommes et des dieux) Xavier Beauvois Lambert Wilson, Michael Lonsdale Drama
On Tour (Tournée) Mathieu Amalric Mathieu Amalric Comedy
Rubber Quentin Dupieux Stephen Spinella, Roxane Mesquida, Jack Plotnick Horror comedy film
Sarah's Key (Elle s'appelait Sarah) Gilles Paquet-Brenner Kristin Scott Thomas Drama
Simon Werner a Disparu Fabrice Gobert Jules Pelissier, Ana Girardot, Serge Riaboukine Thriller [8]
The Tree Julie Bertuccelli Charlotte Gainsbourg Drama This is a Christmas film, in a French/Australian co-production and the film premiered in 2010 Cannes Film Festival.
22 Bullets Richard Berry Jean Reno, Gabriella Wright, Kad Merad Action
The Woman That Dreamed About a Man Per Fly Sonja Richter, Marcin Dorociński, Mikael Nyqvist Drama
The Abandoned Adis Bakrač Mira Furlan, Tony Grga Drama Entered into the Cannes Film Festival, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Hollywood Film Festival; Golden Arena for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Tony Grga) at the 2010 Pula Film Festival.
Une petite zone de turbulences Alfred Lot Michel Blanc, Miou-Miou, Mélanie Doutey, Gilles Lellouche, Cyril Descours Comedy English title: A Spot of Bother


  1. ^ Smith, Ian Hayden (2012). International Film Guide 2012. p. 116. ISBN 978-1908215017.
  2. ^ Gritten, David (18 May 2010). "Cannes Film Festival 2010: Copacabana, review". Retrieved July 20, 2010.
  3. ^ "Overview: Ensemble c'est trop". Allmovie. Retrieved February 9, 2010.
  4. ^ Seibert, Perry. "Overview: From Paris With Love". Allmovie. Retrieved February 9, 2010.
  5. ^ Southern, Nathan. "Overview: Serge Gainsbourg, vie héroïque". Allmovie. Retrieved February 9, 2010.
  6. ^ Buchanan, Jason. "Overview: The Ghost Writer". Allmovie. Retrieved February 9, 2010.
  7. ^ "Polanski and Tarantino feted at French film awards". BBC News. 26 February 2011. Retrieved 2011-02-27.
  8. ^ "Simon Werner a Disparu". Allocine. Archived from the original on April 21, 2010. Retrieved April 22, 2010.

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