Screenings presented in cooperation with Unifrance, The Film Society of Lincoln Center, and the IFC Center.

Tickets: $15. General Public / $10. with NYU i.d. (these screenings only)


Saturday, March 8, 9:45 p.m.

The Marchers

(La Marche)
2013, France/Belgium, 120 min.
French and Arabic with English subtitles.

Q&A with director Nabil Ben Yadir

Nabil Ben Yadir’s feature reconstructs a decisive event in the history of French racial politics: a Mitterrand-era demonstration in which nine people marched 930 miles for equality and against racism from Marseilles to Paris, where they were met by more than 100,000 supporters.

eastern_boys_200.jpgMonday, March 10, 9:30 p.m.

Eastern Boys

2013, France, 128 min.
English, French, and Russian with English subtitles.

Q&A with director Robin Campillo

Arriving from all over the Eastern bloc, the men who loiter around the Gare du Nord are scraping by however they can, forming gangs for support and protection, ever fearful of being caught and deported.

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Love Battles

(Mes Séances de lutte)
2013, France, 99 min.
French with English subtitles.

Q&A with director Jacques Doillon

“All my strength, all the force of my love… if I heaped it on you, I’d demolish you”: Jacques Doillon’s latest is a bruising investigation into the fault lines that separate and connect eroticism and violence. With James Thiérrée (grandson of Charlie Chaplin) and Sara Forestier.

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(Les Apaches)
2013, France, 82 min.
French with English subtitles.

Q&A with director Thierry de Perreti

On the island of Corsica, tension constantly simmers between the wealthy tourists and the lower-class locals. The title refers to the term used by the police for juvenile delinquents, and the film, whose characters are of Arab and Moroccan descent, narrows in on the subject of racial tension with intelligence and nuance.

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Tip Top

2013, France/Luxembourg/Belgium, 106 min.
French and Arabic with English subtitles.

Q&A with director Serge Bozon

Meticulous and eccentric internal-affairs investigator Esther (Isabelle Huppert) and her mousy new partner Sally (Sandrine Kiberlain), recently demoted due to a mysterious ethics violation, are summoned to look into the Villeneuve police department after the murder of an Algerian informant.

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