"French Weeks Miami" on screen [fr]
A festival, the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival and three different venues will be hosting an assortment of French films to mark this "French Weeks Miami" edition. Movies goers, enjoy the shows in Miami and Fort Lauderdale!
Participating in its 28th year, the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) welcomes you to join its member to the viewing of "Amour & Turbulences" (2013).
- Sunday, October 27 at 6pm There will be an opening reception at 6pm and the film, at 7pm.
"Amour et Turbulences" is a romantic comedy about a confident bachelor and a heartbroken woman finding each other in an airport on their way to Paris. The film features Ludivine Sagnier and Nicolas Bedos, and is directed by Alexandre Castagnetti.
The reception will take place outside in the courtyard of Cinema Paradiso and the film will be shown into the theater. Cinema Paradiso - 503 SE 6th Street, Fort Lauderdale 33301.
For more information regarding this event, please visit the "Miami French Weeks" website here.
The European Center of Excellence (MEUCE) at Florida International University invites you to participate at the screening of a series of French-language films.
- Monday November 4th, at 2pm (at the Graham Center—GC 140), enjoy “Un long Dimanche de Fiançailles” of well known French Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, a movie starring Audrey Tautou and Gaspard Ulliel.
- On Thursday November 7th, at 2pm also at the Graham Center, same room, you are invited to the screenings of French Short Films.
These events, which will take place in the university Modesto A. Maidique Campus, are free and open to all.
Presented by NOVA Southeastern University Alvin Sherman Library and sponsored by the French American Cultural Exchange (FACE), The Tournées Festival invites you to partake in a wide selection of French-language films.
- Sunday, October 13th, at 1pm "Amour", by Director Michael Haneke won the 2013 Academy Award for the Best Foreign Language Film.
- Sunday, October 20th, at 1pm "Farewell, My Queen" is Director Beniot Jacquot’s drama set during the French Revolution, the movie is based on a novel by Chantal Thomas
- Sunday, October 27th, at 1pm "Monsieur Lazhar" depicts the struggles between teachers and students in a very honest manner.
- Sunday, November 3rd, at 1pm "Rust and Bone" stars Marion Cotillard and is directed by Jacques Audiard. It was a contender for the 2012 Palme D’or.
- Sunday, November 10th, at 1pm "The Rabbi’s cat" is a animated film that takes place in the heart of Africa.
All of the featured films will be presented at NOVA’s Knight Auditorium in the Carl DeSantis Building - 3301 College Ave, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314. This event has free admission and is open to the public.
For more information on this event, please click here
Article published on October 1st, 2013