Keyword: Gérard Depardieu
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.
French cinema icon and animal rights campaigner says she will apply for Russian citizenship unless slaughter of two sick circus elephants is stopped.
The actor, who recently announced he was moving to Belgium to flee French taxes, is offered Russian citizenship in a decree by President Putin.
Actor claims he was "insulted" by critics for becoming a tax exile in Belgium and writes letter to prime minister renouncing his French passport.
Jean-Marc Ayrault attacks wealthy citizens fleeing France's punitive tax on high incomes as greedy profiteers seeking to "become even richer".
Leading actor Gérard Depardieu has set up his home in a Belgian town straddling the French border, a local mayor has confirmed.
French actor Gerard Depardieu, who was unhurt, was detained and brought to a police station where he could face a misdemeanor charge.
The actor, who has bought a home in Belgium, is latest rich Frenchman to flee his country and the wealth taxes levied by President Hollande.
Strauss-Kahn and Anne Sinclair will be played by two of France's best-known actors in a movie about sex, politics and love on the rocks.
France’s actor Gérard Depardieu launched a withering attack on DSK, describing him as “arrogant” and “smug” and "like all French people".