Celine sciamma

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Celine Sciamma's films. Discover her unique storytelling style and thought-provoking narratives that will leave you inspired and wanting more.
Céline Sciamma’s Quest for a New, Feminist Grammar of Cinema | The New Yorker Films, Statue, Portrait, Celine, The New Yorker, French Directors, French Films, The Twenties, Film Director

In advance of the U.S. release of Céline Sciamma’s new film, “Petite Maman,” Elif Batuman writes about the French film director, who is best known for the international hit “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” and whose filmmaking is increasingly informed by her feminism, her lesbianism, and her determination to scrutinize received ideas.

Constance Penley