Keyword: Gérard Depardieu
Signed by prominent figures, it drew a link between anti-Semitism and Islam, blaming Islamist radicalisation for a 'quiet ethnic purge' of Jews.
The actor and tax exile pledges to get rid of all his properties in France, including a château, several restaurants and a fishmongers.
The Centre National du Cinéma, which funds state films, wants to make movie subsidies dependent on keeping stars' wage bill down.
Actor who quit France for Russia after a tax row with authorities says his native country is simply 'not interesting anymore'.
The disgraced former IMF chief launches legal action for defamation over film inspired by his 2011 arrest in New York on rape charges.
Movie inspired by scandal that brought down IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn got its world premiere in Cannes to mixed reviews.
The French actor was given a standing ovation for his performance in the American play Love Letters at the Theatre Antoine in Paris.
The actor will appear in a production of 'Love Letters' by A. R. Gurney at the Antoine Theatre in Paris, his first stage appearance in a decade.
The French actor insists that he never 'left' his country, and says that despite reports he quit it over tax row 'I love France as much as ever'.
The fiery French actor, who recently adopted Russian citizenship amid a spat with the government on taxes, was fined and his licence suspended.
The French actor plans to open the restaurant in the provincial town of Saransk in an effort to integrate more quickly into his newly-adopted country.
The actor, who now has a Russian passport, says if he simply wanted to avoid tax rises he would have gone earlier and insists he remains French.
Tax exile Gérard Depardieu has shown the press his new Russian passport before dining with President Vladimir Putin at Black Sea resort of Sochi.
Leading French film producer lambasts huge fees paid to the country's cinema stars whose demands are largely met via subsidies paid to the industry.