La Haine is being re-released in cinemas for its 25th anniversary
As an enduring document of racism and police violence in Paris, Matthieu Kassowitz’s seminal film is as relevant today as it was upon its release.
25 years on, La Haine is more relevant than ever
As a portrait of disenfranchised young people living in deprived communities and dealing with racism and police brutality, the themes of Mathieu Kassovitz' cult breakthrough still resonate.
how the paris riots inspired houda benyamina's cannes-winning 'divines'
The French-Moroccan director’s vision of Parisian estates explores gender, identity, and meaning in life below the poverty line.