This September and October, revel in the heady experience of being a girl on the verge of adulthood. From the New Wave to present day, this series puts a spotlight on young women who take charge of their destinies.

Identities, bodies, and desires are all in flux for these women, willfully experimenting with love and sexuality as they grapple with finding their place in the world. These new and classic French films smash the trope of the ingénue with captivating, vital portraits of girls who are anything but innocent.

Films in French with English subtitles unless otherwise noted.


> Camille Rewinds directed by Noémie Lvovsky
Tue, Sep 13
7:30pm

Camille Rewinds by Noémie Lvovsky

> À nos amours directed by Maurice Pialat
Tue, Sep 20
4 & 7:30pm

> Water Lilies directed by Céline Sciamma
Tue, Sep 27
4 & 7:30pm

> Pauline at the Beach directed by Eric Rohmer
Tue, Oct 4
4 & 7:30pm
7:30pm screening introduced by author Min Jin Lee

> Double Screening : Haramiste & US Go Home respectively directed by Antoine Desrosières and Claire Denis
Tue, Oct 11
4 & 7:30pm

> The King’s Daughters directed by Patricia Mazuy
Tue, Oct 18
4 & 7:30pm


The King's Daughters by Patricia Mazuy


> Adieu Philippine directed by Jacques Rozier
Tue, Oct 25
4 & 7:30pm

More information and full schedule here

FIAF Florence Gould Hall 55 East 59th Street New York, NY 10022

"Beyond the Ingénue": new series at FIAF

When
September 13 - October 25, 2016
Where
FIAF Florence Gould Hall
55 East 59th Street
New York, NY 10022
Snapshot from "Pauline at the Beach" by Eric Rohmer

This September and October, revel in the heady experience of being a girl on the verge of adulthood. From the New Wave to present day, this series puts a spotlight on young women who take charge of their destinies.

Identities, bodies, and desires are all in flux for these women, willfully experimenting with love and sexuality as they grapple with finding their place in the world. These new and classic French films smash the trope of the ingénue with captivating, vital portraits of girls who are anything but innocent.

Films in French with English subtitles unless otherwise noted.


> Camille Rewinds directed by Noémie Lvovsky
Tue, Sep 13
7:30pm

Camille Rewinds by Noémie Lvovsky

> À nos amours directed by Maurice Pialat
Tue, Sep 20
4 & 7:30pm

> Water Lilies directed by Céline Sciamma
Tue, Sep 27
4 & 7:30pm

> Pauline at the Beach directed by Eric Rohmer
Tue, Oct 4
4 & 7:30pm
7:30pm screening introduced by author Min Jin Lee

> Double Screening : Haramiste & US Go Home respectively directed by Antoine Desrosières and Claire Denis
Tue, Oct 11
4 & 7:30pm

> The King’s Daughters directed by Patricia Mazuy
Tue, Oct 18
4 & 7:30pm


The King's Daughters by Patricia Mazuy


> Adieu Philippine directed by Jacques Rozier
Tue, Oct 25
4 & 7:30pm

More information and full schedule here

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