- H4-93 by Olivier Ayache-Vidal
with Denis Podalydès
The new comedy by Ayache Vidal stages Antoine Foucault, a French teacher who teaches at Henri IV. Also a writer, he is looking for new sources of inspiration. Meanwhile the Rector asked him to teach for a year in a suburban college, he agreed. Thinking that his methods will apply to both students of 9-3 as to those of Henry IV, Anthony aspires to elevate towards success these teenagers reputed to be difficult. He soon found himself in front of the difficulties of dealing with a foreign environment.
- Mariage (Blanc) Pour Tous by Tarek Boudali
with Tarek Boudali, Philippe Lacheau, Charlotte Gabris
Yassine, played by Tarek Boudali himself, is a young Moroccan who wins a visa to take studying architecture classes in Paris. Luck did not smile the young student, who fails the exams and loses his papers. To get by, he decides to stage a white wedding with his best friend, played by Philippe Lacheau.
with François Civil
Tony is a young motorcycle rider. Ambitious, he is spotted by a prestigious team, Team Patterson. Guests on their circuit, he is caught in a competition that opposes him to two other riders. Also father of a little boy, Tony must help the mother of his son who is in financial difficulties. In order to help her, Tony agrees to use his racing skills at the service of a thug. The young man is willing to endanger his racing career to help his family.
- Alibi.Com by Philippe Lacheau
with Philippe Lacheau, Julien Arruti, Tarek Boudali
Greg, a young entrepreneur, sets up a company, Alibi.com, which provides alibis of all kinds to clients. Things get complicated when Greg meets a pretty blonde to whom he hides his activities and her father turns out to be a client of his company.
- L’Amour Qu’il Nous Faut by Nathalie Marchak
Nathalie Marshak, who is known as an actress, directs her first feature film. Alexandra Lamy was chosen to play the character of Lucy, who during a business trip to Tangier, finds herself having to take care of a child who is not hers. Beauty. The baby was given to her by Beauty a nigerian illegal.
- Le Chemin by Jeanne Labrune
- L'Hérétique by Didier Nion
In 1952, Alain Bombart attempted the crazy bet to survive for seventy-five days on an inflatable boat, without water or food. Didier Nion based L’Hérétique on this story. Real initiatory journey, this fiction portrays the experience of survival.