events

Screening of BELLE ÉPINE

October 14, 2014 | 7:00 p.m.
Embassy of France

The French Cinémathèque organized by the Cultural Service of the Embassy of France presents Belle épine (2010), a film by Rebecca Zlotowski.

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Applications Open : Tournées Festival 2014-2015

Applications are now open for the Tournées Festival grant. Apply by October 1st, 2014 to bring French films to your campus.
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Diplomacy

As the Allies march toward Paris in the summer of 1944, Hitler gives orders that the French capital should not fall into enemy hands, or if it does, then only ‘as a field of rubble’.
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RELATIONSHIP STATUS: IT’S COMPLICATED

Ben, aged 30, is about to marry Juliette. But his quiet little life will be turned on its head when he runs into the person whom he secretly wanted to see more than anyone: Vanessa, the high-school sex bomb who never gave him a second glance. She’s back in Paris now, and he’s the only person she knows...
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Restored, HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR

HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR is the late Alain Resnais' seminal debut film. A pillar of the French New Wave, long unavailable for exhibition in the United States due to rights issues (it has even been left out of touring Resnais retrospectives in recent years), HIROSHIMA will be released nationally by Rialto Pictures in a spectacular new restoration.
interview

Interview of French Digital Creator David Dufresne on the Occasion on NYFF 2014

“I’m a… punk. In a sense, I try to break rules any time I can… The entire project Fort McMoney was driven from the start by the idea of combining documentary film and video games, auteur perspective and spectator freedom”.
interview

Swim Little Fish Swim - Interview with Directors Ruben Amar & Lola Bessis

On the occasion of the US release of Swim Little Fish Swim this September, French Culture met directors Ruben Amar and Lola Bessis to discuss the film, their projects and New York.
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THE BLUE ROOM

A man and a woman, secretly in love, alone in a room. They desire each other, want each other, even bite each other. Now the man is under investigation by the police. What happened? What is he accused of?
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THE LITTLE BEDROOM

After taking a spill, Edmond (Michel Bouquet), is installed into a senior care facility by his absentee son. Distraught by the revocation of his independence, he runs away and is abetted by Rose, his in-home nurse who struggles with her own deep loss.
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JACK AND THE CUCKOO-CLOCK HEART

Jack is born without a working heart, and instead is given a Cuckoo-Clock! The drawback is: Jack risks his life if he falls in love or loses his temper. He risks his heart and his life, though, chasing his love across Europe.
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BIRD PEOPLE

Gary, an American businessman en route to Dubai, views his overnight layover as an opportunity to start fresh in Europe, while Audrey, a chambermaid in Gary's hotel, also experiences a startlingly unexpected change in her life while working one night.