French Film Week in Kriterion

The 2017 French Film Week will be held at Kriterion art cinema. Six films will be screened from 20 to 23 March. The admission to all screenings is free.

March 20

19:30h

UN + UNE

France, 2015, 1h53

Director: Claude Lelouch

Cast: Jean Dujardin, Elsa Zylberstein, Christophe Lambert

Genre: Comedy

Language: French subtitled in BCS

French famous film score composer goes to India to compose the score for an Indian adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. There he meets the wife of the French ambassador to India, and a complicated relationship ensues.

 

March 22

17:00h

L’ARBRE ET LA BALANCOIRE

Greece / Serbia, 2014, 1h48

Director: Maria Douza

Cast: Mirto Alikako, Mirjana Karanovic, John Bicknell

Genre: Drama

Language: Greek subtitles in BCS

 

19:00h

JE SUIS MORT MAIS J’AI DES AMIS

Belgium / France, 2015, 1h36

Director: Guillaume et Stéphane Malandrin

Cast: Bouli Lanners, Wim Willaert, Lyes Salem

Genre: Comedie

Language: French subtitled in BCS

Jipé is the leadsinger of a succesful rockband. When his mic crashes he continues to sing, but loses his voice. Therefore he cannot scream when he falls into a ditch and dies.

 

21:00h

CALIFORNIA DREAMIN

Romania / Roumanie, 2007, 2h35

Director: Cristian Nemescu

Cast: Armand Assante, Jamie Elman, Razvan Vasilescu

Genre: Comedie dramatique

Language: Romanian subtitled in French

A railway chief delays a NATO train transporting military equipment during the war in Kosovo in 1999.

 

March 23

17:00h

EXCUSE MY FRENCH

Egypt, 2014, 1h39m

Director: Amr Salama

Cast: Ahmed Dash

A Christian kid is forced to go to a public school after his father dies and because of a misunderstanding everyone thinks that he’s a Muslim.

 

19:30h

L’APPARITION DE LA JOCONDE

France, 2011, 1h21

Director: Francois Lunel

Cast: Serge Riaboukine, Vanessa Glodjo, Grégoire Colin

Genre: Comédie dramatique

Language: French subtitled in BCS

A writer suffering from writer’s block goes to Paris to write a screenplay. While unsuccessfully trying to complete the screenplay, he is visited by a lady that believes she has escaped from Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.

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