CinéSchool: PS110 Film Series! ERNEST AND CELESTINE - film in English! Open to all!
DATE: Saturday January 13, 2018
TIME: 2PM | Doors open at 2pm. Movie at 2:30pm
LOCATION: PS110 The…Continue
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FRENCH CLASSES FOR CHILDREN
French for Little Ones is a fun and exciting 45 minutes French discovery class for babies and toddlers from 9 months to 3 years old. Through playful and stimulating songs and movements, incorporating puppets, shakers, pictures and more, children become familiar with vocabulary (greetings, colors, numbers, parts of the body etc.) and pronunciation.
A lively, entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable class for the…
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" In this delightful film [...], Jean’s capture an aspect of my mother I adored and often was not put forward in other films: her vivaciousness, the sparkle in her eye, her playfulness. Jean was an incredible kind and sensitive man."
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"Amazing glistening cinematography and beautiful dialog!"- Laurie Anderson…
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LA CIENCIA DEL SUEÑO (The Science of Sleep)
Directed by/Dirigida por Michel Gondry (2006, 1h45, rated R)
With/Con Charlotte Gainsbourg, Gael García Bernal…
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"The superb acting, directing, and exquisite score of La Ceremonie combine to create an unnerving mixture of kindness and evil. This masterpiece of storytelling seems more relevant than ever, elevating a classic noir mood to unforgettable social…Continue
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"Godard's big-budget contribution to one of my very favorite genres - films about the process of filmmaking. For me it’s one of the very greatest, along with Minnelli's TWO WEEKS IN ANOTHER TOWN, Fellini's 8 1/2, and Fassbinder's BEWARE OF A HOLY…Continue
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"I would put MAUVAIS SANG into the kind of category of artworks you define by the response the thing provokes rather than by the form or the method, and in this case the response is: hypnotised infatuation.
Anyway, that was my reaction…
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"The opening credits end and we find a blind violinist courageously and defiantly playing the Marseillaise on the Paris metro steps during the occupation. Soon we are thrown into a buddy caper starring Jean Gabin and Bourvil as mismatched Frenchman…Continue
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"TEY, for me, represents a turning point in my life, just as the story of the film is a turning point for the character, and so it is for all who see it." - Saul Williams
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To kick off the 10th anniversary edition of Films on the Green, American comedian, writer, and actress, Wanda Sykes, guest curator for the opening screening, has selected the comedy Potiche (Trophy Wife) by François Ozon (2010). She will introduce the film on Friday, June 2 at…Continue
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As French Dual Language programs are booming in New York City, Hunter College opened two new Master’s in 2012 in order to answer the growing need for French bilingual teachers. These programs allow students to be eligible to apply for teaching positions in just two…Continue
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I am a French enthusiast, and native English speaker. I have created a free platform to find native speakers, and schedule a language exchange meeting, in person at a local cafe! Spend 30 minutes speaking in French, and then 30 minutes speaking in English.…Continue
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In its landmark 10th year, Films on the Green will present French cinema through the eyes of 10 guest curators and some of the most creative and compelling filmmakers, actors, and artists of our time: Wes Anderson, Jim Jarmusch, James…Continue
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March 20th marks the official International Francophonie Day, a celebration observed every year within the International Organization of La Francophonie's 84 member states to celebrate the French…Continue
La Librairie des Enfants launches a new French Conversation Class for Adults on March the 1st.
French Evenings at La Librairie!
When: Wed 6:30 – 8PM…Continue
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Un message pour vous annoncer l’ouverture de La Librairie des Enfants, notre librairie jeunesse francophone dans l’Upper East Side. Situee au 163 East 92nd Street, entre Lexington et 3rd Avenue, La Librairie des Enfants vous propose 80% de livres en francais et 20% de livres en anglais. Des romans, des albums, des livres documentaires, de petits manuels de langue, des…Continue
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URGENT - St Joseph's College in Brooklyn (245 Clinton Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205) looking for a French teacher to teach elementary French (3hrs of teaching per week for 16 weeks, starting January 19, 2017 - paid around $2,700). Any interested, please contact Damien Duchamp - firstname.lastname@example.org
See Syllabus: …Continue
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