Movies Directed by Leos Carax (in alphabetical order)

Annette

Annette

Leos Carax is one of the few directors working today whose films – at least for cinephiles – are genuine events, partly because his style is so idiosyncratic as to be downright inexplicable and partly because his output is so slim. (Annette is only his sixth feature in 37 years, although he also concocted the most memorable part of the… read more!

Holy Motors

Holy Motors

A relentlessly loony film that defies a clear logical interpretation, Holy Motors is the latest brainchild of beloved – and not very prolific – French madman Leos Carax. (It's only his second full-length feature since his landmark 1991 romance Lovers on the Bridge.) The setup is this: a mysterious "actor" (Carax regular Denis Lavant) cruises around Paris over the course… read more!

Tokyo!

Tokyo!

I'm rather surprised at the limp reception this film has received in the US. Just look at those directors: Gondry won millions of fans with his inventive music videos and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Carax has more of a cult following, thanks to his extravagant features Lovers on the Bridge and Pola X. And Bong made a big… read more!