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Festival Albertine

Oct 14 -19, 2014
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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.
events

Screening of 'Brooklyn' at Urban World Film Festival

Sept 20, 2014
Urban World Film Festival
Join Urban World Film Festival for the US Premiere of BROOKLYN, a first feature film selected at Cannes Fim Festival, on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 9:30 p.m.
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The Great War: A Cinematic Legacy at MoMA

Sept 2-21, 2014
MoMA
Join MoMA for The Great War: A Cinematic Legacy series and the screening of French films from Tuesday, September 2 to Friday, September 21, 2014.
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Anthology Film Archive Presents Lines and Nodes: Infrastructure, Media and Aesthetics

Sept 19-21, 2014
Anthology Film Archives
Join Anthology Film Archive for the Lines and Nodes: Infrastructure, Media and Aesthetics series which include 3 films The Land of Wandering Souls by Rithy Panh, The Seaman by Bouchra Khalili and An Italian Film by Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc from Friday, September 19th to Sunday, September 21st.
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Films on the Green 2014 Photo Album

The seventh annual Films on the Green festival has closed another successful year! Follow the much loved French film festival as it made its way from park to park, in our online photo album.
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FIAF Presents CinéSalon Alain Resnais: Time, Memory & Imagination

Sept 30, Oct 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2014
FIAF French Institute / Alliance Française, Florence Gould Hall
Join the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) for the CinéSalon series Alain Resnais: Time, Memory & Imagination every Tuesday from September 30th to October 28th, 2014 at 4 & 7.30 p.m.
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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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An Eclectic Slate of French Cinema at the 52nd New York Film Festival

Sept 26 - Oct 12, 2014
Film Society of Lincoln Center
The New York Film Festival has revealed the main slate of the 52nd edition: 30 features including 13 French films and co-productions. This selection combines the most significant films of the year from a wide range of filmmakers and film styles.
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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.
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SWIM LITTLE FISH SWIM

Swim Little Fish Swim focuses on the domestic life of Leeward and Mary, a young married couple at a crossroads. Mary is a hardworking nurse determined to turn the couple’s lives around while Leeward is a struggling musician who fancies himself a misunderstood artist and New Age visionary.