18th French Film Festival in Manila

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The film festival season begins this month (we’re shaking with excitement!) and every year it kicks off with the French Film Festival. Now on its 18th run, the festival opens to the public today until Sunday (June 7 – June 9, 2013) at the Greenbelt 3 Cinemas in Makati City.

Opening this year’s festival is “Le Prénom” (“What’s in a Name?”), a film chronicling a soon-to-be father’s revelation of his future son’s name which humorously brings his family into “utter chaos.” Four other French films will be screened to Filipino viewers free of charge. The line-up includes “Alceste à bicyclette” (“Cycling with Moliere”), “De Rouille et d’os” (“Rust and Bone”), “Du Vent dans mes mollets” (“The Dandelions”), and “Camille redouble” (“Camille Rewinds”). [from the Alliance Française de Manille website]

It is presented by the Embassy of France to the Philippines, the Alliance française de Manille and Institut Français, under the French cultural program, FrancoPhil.

Screening Schedule:

Opening

Date: June 7, 2013

Venue: Ayala Center – Greenbelt 3 Cinemas

Time: 4:00 pm

June 7 to 9, 2013
Ayala Center – Greenbelt 3 Cinemas
Free admission upon seats availability

June 7
4:00 PM The dandelions
6:30 PM Rust and Bone
9:00 PM Camille Rewinds

June 8
4:00 PM Whats in a Name
6:30 PM Cycling with Molière
9:00 PM Rust and Bone

June 9
4:00 PM Camille Rewinds
6:30 PM The Dandelions
9:00 PM Cycling with Moliere

For screening schedule and film synopses, click here.

For more information, please call 0915-805-3860 or send us an e-mail at frenchfilmfest@gmail.com

See you all there!

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