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Screenings of French films with English subtitles this autumn

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Screenings of French films with English subtitles this autumn
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10:44 CEST+02:00
The Paris-based cinema club Lost in Frenchlation has unveiled its autumn schedule of screenings of French films with English subtitles.

The club aims to offer people who are not yet fluent in French the chance to enjoy French cinema by screening a mixture of new releases and classic films with English subtitles to help non-native speakers understand what is going on.

After a successful summer that included several free outdoor screenings, the group has now revealed what's on for autumn.

Friday, October 4th

Trois Jours et Une Vie - Lost in Frenchlation’s first thriller of the season, based on the Goncourt-award winning novel by crime author Pierre Lemaître. The film is based on the story of young Antoine whose life is turned upside down over the course of three days and three tragic events.

At Studio 28 Montmatre, starting at 9pm, with optional Montmatre Amelie movie tour beforehand starting at 6pm. Tickets are €9 or €7.50 for students.

Sunday, October 13th

La Vie Scolaire - comedy night and film screening. Set in the tough Saint-Saint-Denis area just outside Paris, the film tells the story of an idealistic young teacher's battle to motivate her pupils and encourage them to strive for a brighter future. 

Optional Saint-Germain Women of Paris Tour at 4pm, drinks at 6pm, stand-up comedy show at 6:30pm, screening at 7pm. At Beau Regard cinema in Saint-Germain-des-Pres.

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Thursday, October 17th

Pierrot le Fou - a French classic from 1966 directed by Jean-Luc Godard, this movie tells the story of an adulterous couple (Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Karina) who turn their back on bourgeois Parisian society and hit the road, heading south.
 
Optional New Wave Movie Tour at 5pm, drinks and posters exhibition at 7pm, screening at 8pm at Luminot Hotel de Ville. €9.50 Full Price, €7.50 for students.
 
Friday, October 25th
 
Portrait de la Jeune Fille en Feu - Set in 1770, the movie tells the story of Marianne the painter and the rebellious young bride-to-be who refuses to pose for her picture.
 
Optional Eiffel Tower Movie Tour at 5:30pm. Drinks from 7pm, screening at 8pm at Club de L'Étoile/Champs-Élysées. €10 Full Price, €8 for students.
 
For full details of these and other Lost in Frenchlation events, click here.
 

 

 

 

 

 
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