Friday, July 29, 2016 (10)

Jul 29, 2016
June 9, 2016

  • Jun 9, 2016 to Aug 26, 2016
  • Location: Lincoln Plaza Cinema
  • Description:

    Cohen Media Group is proud to announce the upcoming release of Benoît Jacquot’s provocative update of the classic novel DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID, starring Léa Seydoux as the titular chambermaid, in her second collaboration with Mr. Jacquot since Farewell, My Queen, and award-winning French actor Vincent Lindon (The Measure of a Man). DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID is scheduled to open on Friday, June 10 in New York (Lincoln Plaza Cinema) and Los Angeles (Royal).

    Léa Seydoux follows in the footsteps of Paulette Goddard and Jeanne Moreau, as Célestine, a resentful young Parisian chambermaid who finds herself exiled to a position in the provinces. There she must immediately chafe against the noxious iron rules and pettiness of her bourgeois mistress (Clotilde Mollet), rebuff the groping advances of Monsieur (Hervé Pierre), and reckon with her fascination with the earthy, brooding gardener Joseph (Lindon). Backtracking past the fetishism of Buñuel’s version to Octave Mirbeau’s original 1900 novel,

  • Created by: Aimee Morris
June 11, 2016

  • Jun 11, 2016 at 2:00pm to Sep 30, 2016 at 3:00pm
  • Location: Manhattan / Brooklyn
  • Description:

    Les inscriptions pour les afterschool de français EFNY, rentrée 2016-17, sont ouvertes !

    Classes de français pour Francophones et Anglophones, entre 4 et 14 ans, sur 8 sites à Manhattan et à Brooklyn :

    - PS84 (Upper West Side)
    - PS234 (Tribeca)
    - PS41 (West village)
    - Greenwich House (Greenwich)
    - PS110 (Greenpoint, Brooklyn)
    - PS321 (Park Slope, Brooklyn)
    - PS58 (Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn)
    - School for International Studies (Boerum Hill, Brooklyn)

    INFO : -

  • Created by: Nathalie Van Braekel
June 20, 2016
  • day one summer camp BLEU BLANC ROUGE

  • Jun 20, 2016 at 5:00pm to Aug 12, 2016 at 1:30pm
  • Location: 28 gramercy park south
  • Description:

    Summer is here !

    French summer camp Bleu Blanc Rouge

    Gramercy Park 

    JUNE 20th - August 12th Monday to Friday

    Age 3-9

    Typical Day

    8:30-9am: Drop-off and welcome

    9-9:30am: Assembly
    9:30-10:15am: Song-Singing

    10:15-10:30am: Snack (provide)

    10:30-11:15am: Creative activities

    11:15-11:50am: Park-Games

    11:55am-12:20pm: Lunch time

    12:30-1:30pm: Homework/Nap

    2-2:30pm: Creative activities

    2:30-3pm: Story time & Conversation

    3-3:30pm: Movements & Yoga

    Creative art reuse Crafts
    Video Storytelling Dance

    Music Theater

    Extra Childcare

    3:30-5:30 pm

    Two ways to save !

    When you sign up siblings,
    regardless of age!
    When you sign up for multiple weeks inclu- ding non-consecutive weeks!
    When you enter the promotional code SUMMER2016 at checkout to take 50$ off

    For additional information email Camp

    Director Brigitte Saint Ouen
    or call 217.780.0932

  • Created by: Bleu Blanc Rouge
June 27, 2016
  • French Camp In Westchester

  • Jun 27, 2016 at 5:00am to Jul 29, 2016 at 12:00pm
  • Location: Larchmont Campus
  • Description:

    Philosophy: Using years of excellence in bilingual education, we have designed a unique program where children will learn French by doing. Research shows that an early start, teachers with native fluency, total immersion and practical experience are essential steps on the path to language proficiency. From experience we know that, if the enjoyment is there, the learning of the language will naturally take place.

     Program: Our program revolves around fun, hands-on activities led by native French instructors that will stimulate the children’s conversation skills but also open them to the French and Francophone cultures. We welcome preschoolers as young as 3 years old, half day or full day, as long as they are potty-trained and ready for this wonderful adventure. In small groups, the children will hear and speak French all day through fun activities that will respect their rhythm. Quiet time is also scheduled. Our program for children in grades 1-5 will stimulate their conversation skills

  • Created by: Agnès Tounkara
June 30, 2016

  • Jun 30, 2016 to Aug 26, 2016
  • Location: Lincoln Plaza Cinema and Anglika Film Center
  • Description:

    Music Box Films is proud to announce the release of  THE INNOCENTS, director Anne Fontaine’s haunting, post-WW2 drama about Mathilde (Lou de Laâge, Breathe,) a young, forward-thinking French Red Cross doctor whose life is radically transformed when she comes to the aid of a group of young Polish nuns whose lives and faith have been dangerously tested. THE INNOCENTS is based on the true story of heroic French doctor and Resistance fighter Madeleine Pauliac. Selected for the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and winner of the Audience Award at COLCOA 2016, THE INNOCENTS is scheduled to open on Friday, July 1 in New York (Lincoln Plaza Cinema and Angelika Film Center) and Los Angeles with a national roll out to follow.

    Warsaw, December 1945: the second World War is finally over and Mathilde is treating the last of the French survivors of the German camps. When a panicked Benedictine nun appears at the clinic one night begging Mathilde to follow her back to the convent, what she finds there is s

  • Created by: Aimee Morris
July 21, 2016

  • Jul 21, 2016 to Aug 26, 2016
  • Location: Film Society of Lincoln Center & IFC Center
  • Description:

    Strand Releasing is proud to announce the release of SUMMERTIME, acclaimed French writer-director Catherine Corsini’s 1970s set, unabashedly sexy, intimate and realistic love story between young farm girl Delphine (Izïa Higelin) and Carole (Cécile de France,) a feminist organizer from Paris.  Winner of the Variety Piazza Grande Award at the Locarno Film Festival, SUMMERTIME is scheduled to open on Friday, July 22 in New York (Film Society at Lincoln Center, IFC Center) and Los Angeles (Laemmle’s Royal) followed by a national roll-out.

    France, 1971.  Delphine (Izïa Higelin) moves from her conservative parents’ home near Limoges to Paris to break free from her rural lifestyle and gain financial independence.  There, she meets and is drawn to Carole (Cécile de France), with whom she embarks on a passionate, mutually invigorating love affair.  When a family sickness pulls Delphine back to the farm, their bliss is interrupted and Carole has to decide whether to follow her into hostile territ

  • Created by: Aimee Morris
  • Le magazine L'Enthousiaste et Vous!

  • Jul 21, 2016 to Sep 7, 2016
  • Location: France
  • Description:

    Il arrive ou il est déjà là, il vous attend : le numéro 14 de L'ENTHOUSIASTE et VOUS !!!!
    On y parle de Vous et de ceux que vous croisez sans les connaître. L'ENTHOUSIASTE et VOUS est LE magazine dans lequel VOUS êtes !
    Des couleurs, des expériences, des passions, du partage... LE magazine à collectionner !

  • Created by: Veronique JAGER
July 29, 2016
  • les petits chapelais

  • Jul 29, 2016 to Jul 30, 2016
  • Location: Soho @ les petits chapelais
  • Description:
    is raising $ today for 
     World Anti-Trafficking Day
    I would like to share an amazing work by Katie Ford who created
    LPC will donate 10% of all proceeds to her organization
    come, call & support
    or/and give directly to freedom for all
    Sales sales sales
    up to 80% off
     Pom d'Api shoes
  • Created by: dominique simonneaux
  • Sans lendemain. 1939. Directed by Max Ophüls at MOMA et 1/2 prix pour la derniere semaine de camp bleu blanc rouge du lundi au jeudi tel 1 212 780 0932

  • Jul 29, 2016 to Aug 4, 2016
  • Location: MOMA et 28 gramercy park south nyc
  • Description:

    DO NOT MISS: Tuesday, August 2, 7:00 p.m.Sans lendemain. 1939. Directed by Max Ophüls at MOMA

    Sans lendemain. 1939. France. Directed by Max Ophüls. Screenplay by Hans Wilhelm, Jean Jacot, André-Paul Antoine. With Edwige Feuillère, George Rigaud, Daniel Lecourtois. 82 min.

    For Jean Cocteau, who directed her in L’Aigle à deux têtes, Edwige Feullère incarnated “the queen of snow, blood, voluptuousness and death.” In this Ophüls masterpiece, Feullère is a “fallen woman”—once respectable but now forced to dance nude in a Montmartre bar to support her young son—who rents an expensive furnished apartment to convince a long-ago lover (Georges Rigaud) that her life has been a happy one. More perhaps than any prewar Ophüls film, Sans lendemain anticipates his 1955 classic Lola Montès; both films feature a heroine who exposes her body while concealing her soul, trapped in a glamourous environment that is revealed as little more than a cage.

    dernière semaine du camp bleu blanc rouge pour l’été

  • Created by: Bleu Blanc Rouge
  • Films on the Green presents BOYFRIENDS AND GIRLFRIENDS by Eric Rohmer

  • Jul 29, 2016 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
  • Location: Tompkins Square Park
  • Description:

    Boyfriends and Girlfriends is part of French director Eric Rohmer's "Comedies et Proverbes" cycle.

    Directed by Eric Rohmer
    with Emmanuelle Chaulet, Sophie Renoir, Eric Viellard
    1987 | Romance | PG | 1h42 | France

    Blanche has recently moved to Cergy-Pontoise, a “new” prefabricated city in Paris suburb, to work at city hall. During a lunch break she meets the vivacious and immediately likable Léa. Although she is not fond of sports, Léa agrees to go swimming with Blanche at the local pool. There they meet Alexandre, one of Léa's friends, along with Adrienne, his current girlfriend. Blanche finds herself under the spell of the young engineer. Then Léa leaves for the holidays while Blanche stays in Cergy. By chance, Blanche bumps into Alexandre in the street. She clumsily tries to make a pass at him but soon she’s also bumping into Fabien, Léa’s boyfriend.

    Music by WNYU Radio DJ prior to the screening!

    Films in French with English subtitles
    FREE and open to the public

  • Created by: Nathalie Charles