- Mar 28, 2013 to May 10, 2013
- Location: Lincoln Plaza Cinema
Gilles Bourdos's exquisite new film RENOIR, chronicles the celebrated artist's twilight years, his relationship with his son - the future director Jean Renoir - and the two men's relationship with Andrée, the painter's final muse and future wife of Jean.
Selected in the 2012 Cannes Film Festival’s Un Certain Regard and Lincoln Center’s Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, RENOIR is scheduled to open in New York (Lincoln Plaza Cinema) and Los Angeles on Friday, March 29 followed by a national release.
Set on the French Riviera in in the summer of 1915, Gilles Bourdos’ lushly atmospheric drama RENOIR tells the story of celebrated Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, in declining health at age 74, and his middle son Jean, who returns home to convalesce after being wounded in World War I. The elder Renoir is filled with a new, wholly unexpected energy when a young girl miraculously enters his world. Blazing with life, radiantly beautiful, Andrée (César-nominated newcomer Christa Théret)
- Created by: Aimee Morris
- Mar 31, 2013 to Jun 15, 2013
- Location: FIAF
April 1–June 15
This spring, French is in the air!
French classes for Toddlers, Kids, Teens, and Adults start April 1.
11-Week Session Session Dates
April 1–June 15
Once or twice a week
1½, 2, or 3 hours per week
April 1–May 7
May 8–June 13
Twice a week
6 hours per week
May 20–May 30
June 3–June 14
mornings or evenings
15 hours per week
No classes Monday, May 27
Make-up Friday, June 14 (except Immersion Sessions)
By choosing to learn French at FIAF, you join a large and diverse network of students—over 6,000 per year. FIAF has been offering the highest-quality French instruction for over 100 years and remains the only language school in New York dedicated to teaching French.
- Created by: FIAF
- Apr 18, 2013 to May 31, 2013
- Location: Lincoln Plaza Cinema and Sunshine Cinema
Writer-director François Ozon (Swimming Pool, Under the Sand, , 8 Women, Potiche)’s deliciously twisted new film, IN THE HOUSE (Dans la Maison) starring Fabrice Luchini, Kristin Scott-Thomas, Emmanuelle Seigner and newcomer Ernst Umhauer is scheduled to open in the US on April 19 in New York (at Lincoln Plaza Cinema and Sunshine Cinema) and Los Angeles followed by a national release.
Francois Ozon's new film is the story of Claude (César nominee Ernst Umhauer,) a 16-year old boy who gradually insinuates himself into the house of a fellow high-school student, Rapha (Bastien Ughetto,) and writes about his schoolmate's family in essays that perversely blur the lines between reality and fiction, for his jaded literature teacher, Germain (Fabrice Luchini). Increasingly intrigued by this gifted and unusual student, Germain rediscovers his taste for teaching, but the boy’s intrusion sparks a series of uncontrollable events. Kristin Scott-Thomas plays Germain’s wife, Jeanne, a contemporary a
- Created by: Aimee Morris
- Apr 28, 2013 to Aug 31, 2013
- Location: NY
je suis Francophone, je vis à New York, j'ai fondé une une non-profit organisation communautaire à Brooklyn, je suis à la recherche de certains cadres bilingues Francophones pouvant completer le staff de direction plutot detenant d'une maitrise ou d'un doctorat.
je suis tres ouvert et flexible au dialogue constructif.
Faites nous part de vos appréhentions professionelles dans notre requete de la recherche de fonds en vue de nous stabiliser graduellement.
- Created by: jeannot toussaunt
- Apr 30, 2013 to May 13, 2013
- Location: Multiple locations - see website for more details
This spring, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy brings together like-minded authors of children’s books and comics to talk about their craft. The series will run from April 8 – May 13 with events taking place in some of the most important houses of illustration around New York City.
Join some of your favorite local authors as they ‘talk shop’ with the French counterparts they have often dreamed of meeting…
Image: Jeu des yeux © Hervé Tullet
A calendar of remaining events listed online. See link below...
- Created by: Nathan Fox
- May 8, 2013 to May 12, 2013
- Location: St Francis College
Haiti Cultural Exchange (HCX),a New York-based non-profit organization that develops, presents and promotes the cultural expressions of the Haitian people, will host its second international Haiti Film Fest from May 9-12, 2013 in New York City. Dedicated to supporting films about Haiti’s Diaspora, as well as films from the beginning of Haiti’s presence on-screen, the HCX Haiti Film Fest 2013 will be held at St. Francis College in Brooklyn, New York.
Opening Night, Thursday, May 9 at East Village venue, DROM, will celebrate Haitian film, music and culture with a special performance by singer Emeline Michel.
The weekend festival will present an emerging filmmakers workshop on May 10 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at FiveMyles Gallery and two days of multiple film screenings offered free of charge on Saturday, May 11 and Sunday, May 12 from 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
This year, the HCX Film Fest will feature provocative and innovative storytelling via narrative films, documentaries, feature-length
- Created by: Kassandra Khalil
- May 9, 2013 to Jun 30, 2013
- Location: Village East Cinema
THE PAINTING (LE TABLEAU) opens 5/10 at the VILLAGE EAST CINEMA
Animation, Jean-Francois Laguionie, France, 2012, 78 mins
In English or in French with English subtitles
In this wryly inventive parable, a kingdom is divided into the three castes: the impeccably painted Alldunns who reside in a majestic palace; the Halfies who the Painter has left incomplete; and the untouchable Sketchies, simple charcoal outlines who are banished to the cursed forest. Chastised for her forbidden love for an Alldunn and shamed by her unadorned face, Halfie Claire runs away into the forest. Her beloved Ramo and best friend Lola journey after her, passing between the forbidden Death Flowers that guard the boundaries of the forest (in one of the film’s most radiantly gorgeous scenes), and arriving finally at the very edge of the painting – where they tumble through the canvas and into the Painter’s studio. The abandoned workspace is strewn with paintings, each containing its own animated world – and in a feast
- Created by: Anna Takayama
- May 9, 2013 at 2:00pm to May 12, 2013 at 6:00pm EDT
- Location: Drom
Haiti Cultural Exchange | Haiti Film Fest 2013; May 9-12, will include the opening night celebration, an emerging filmmakers event and two full days of free films from contemporary Haitian filmmakers, films about Haiti’s Diaspora, as well as films from the beginning of Haiti’s presence on-screen. Ranging from seasoned directors to emerging student filmmakers, this film festival will present the diverse points of view that encompass the Haitian identity.
Thursday, May 9th: HCX| Haiti Film Fest Opening Night @DROM, 85 Avenue A, East Village, NY Join us Thursday, May 9th for the kick off of the 2nd international HCX | Haiti Film Fest!
Support Haitian Cinema, and rub shoulders with award-winning filmmakers and actors. Enjoy screenings of the festival’s best short films and a live performance by the legendary Emeline Michel. Purchase tickets at http://haiticulturalx.org/program-06.
Friday, May 10th: Emerging Filmmakers Panel @FiveMyles Gallery, 558 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn, NY
FREE screening o
- Created by: Jessica Senat
- May 10, 2013 from 2:30pm to 3:00pm EDT
- Location: La Maison Française of NYU
Friday, May 10, 6:30 p.m.
An evening of new translation by the students of NYU’s M.A. program in Literary Translation
- Created by: La Maison Française of NYU
- May 10, 2013 at 4:00pm to May 11, 2013 at 8:00pm EDT
- Location: Jalopy Theatre and School of Music
- Description: Cajun-Creole-Zydeco aficionados from the Northeast travel often to Louisiana to experience the music and dancing and “joie de vivre” that prevail there. Yet, north of the Mason Dixon Line, Bayou n’ Brooklyn presents an opportunity for those new to this tradition to see what it’s all about. Perhaps you’d like to learn a new song, refine a dance step or fiddle tune, or enjoying a Cajun-made authentic jambalaya. Talk of Louisiana—who is going soon, who’s just returned—can often be heard amongst the locals, and no doubt, bits and pieces of those talks and place names…Opelousas, Cecilia, Breaux Bridge, will fall on people’s ears at Bayou n’ Brooklyn.Welcome Cajun Supergroup: Christine Balfa, Cajun music’s most admired performer; Ed Poullard, accordion builder and Creole fiddler who still carries the tradition of the late Canray Fontenot, and Bebe Carriere; Cajun hall of Fame, Jesse Lége and Megan Brown, singer from Tepetate, LA. They’ll be workshops, open jams, and main-stage shows during t
- Created by: Deborah Monlux