Jealousy, seduction, passion...
This year's Films on the Green explores the many facets of love "à la française"
with works by established and new French…
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Chicago Examiner cd review: Billy Jones Bluez - I'm A Bluesman
Listen Now! ...new cd ...I'm A Bluesman
French Blues Magazine 'Blues Again!' cd review:
Billy Jones porte un nom tellement…Continue
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The full line-up of feature films and shorts – in their original version with English subtitles – screening from January 17-February 17th, 2013 in the 3rd annual “MyFrenchFilmFestival.com”…Continue
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDCh_CXmixQFrankee, a young artist artist from Paris is actually spending a school year in New York.
She just turned 11 years old last September 11. She was the grand winner of TF1's "Petites Stars, le Grand Soir in 2009, and has appeared a few times on French TV.
This little girl with such a wide range of voice has stunned millions of viewers on Youtube covering songs from Pop, Rock…Continue
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FILMS ON THE GREEN @COLUMBIA
Organized by the French Embassy, the Columbia Maison Française and the New York City Parks.
FREE outdoor screening on the campus of Columbia University on Sept. 6!
A thriller that will keep you intrigued the whole way through!
Don't miss this internationally critically-acclaimed thriller by French director Guillaume Canet in the beautiful location of Riverside Park Pier I on Friday July 6 at dusk (8:30pm).
It's FREE and shown in French with English Subtitles
Here is a rare opportunity to discover or rediscover the first of many film adaptations of Louis Pergaud's novel during Films on the Green Festival. Yves Robert, well know for his movies ''My Father's Glory'' and ''My…
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The Snows of Kilimanjaro (Les Neiges du Kilimandjaro) by Robert Guédiguian was only shown during Rendez-Vous with French Cinema in March in New York. Films on the Green offers you a rare opportunity to see this film for free at Washington Square next Friday!
It's FREE and shown in French with English Subtitles
The 2012 Films on the Green Festival will feature 8 classic and contemporary French films all adapted from French and American Literature. DJs from New York University’s radio station, WNYU 89.1 FM, will spin tunes before…Continue
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This free, trilingual iPhone app devoted to French cinema is intended for a broad film-going public and for film industry professionals, in France and abroad.
uniFrance Films launches its first free iPhone app totally dedicated to French cinema intended for both the mainstream…Continue
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In celebration of French-American friendship, this year's Films on the Green festival will feature the best of classic and recent French films all based on French and American literature. From Donald E. Westlake's bestselling novel, "The Ax," to Victor Hugo's poem, "How Good are the Poor," discover how great directors like François Truffaut, Jacques Demy and Costa-Gavras have adapted works of literature.
The Festival, in its fifth year, is presented…Continue
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A recent surprise hit in France, the delectable comedy ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS tells the story of Angelique Delange (Isabelle Carré, Private Fears in Public Places), an unemployed but gifted chocolate-maker with a lifelong case of uncontrollable shyness that prevents her from properly sharing her confectionary talents. Jean-René Van Den Hugde (Benoît Poelvoorde, Coco Before Chanel) suffers from a similar case of terminal abashment and runs a fledgling chocolate company…Continue
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From oysters to eggplants, French is stuffed with food metaphors...The other night at dinner, Philippe was discussing food. Not surprising. After all, France is a country with four religions and 400 sauces. (The United States, Philippe opines, has four sauces and 400 religions.) Specifically, the pervasiveness of food imagery in French speech. I recounted confronting my…Continue
The Ghett'Out Film Festival comes to New York, highlighting the work of filmmakers on the fringes of the French film industry. Many of the filmmakers are minorities from low-income backgrounds and self-taught; they are the leaders of a new New Wave in France. BAMcinématek is proud…Continue
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Various locations around NY
Filming the Camps: John Ford, Samuel Fuller, George Stevens: From Hollywood to Nuremberg is curated by…
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Focus on French Cinema 2012 opens the weekend of March 23- 25, 2012 with a selection of 12 newly released French language films. Presented by the Alliance Francaise of Greenwich in partnership with Purchase College, NY, Focus on French Cinema will feature a weekend of great films, French Food and wine, workshops and a Table Ronde with our guests that have come from France.
Check the calendar of…Continue
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