My French Film Festival January 17th - February 17thm Alliance Francaise, Mumbai

MY
FRENCH
 FILM
FESTIVAL
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January 17th 
- February
17th

My French Film Festival
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From Monday January 17th to Monday January 17th
In partnership with Institut Français
My French Film Festival
My French Film Festival – the first online French film fest in the world – will be back up and running in 2014 from January 17 until February 17. For a whole month, cinema lovers from the world over will be able to access online 10 feature films and 10 short films in 13 languages. On this occasion, Alliance Française de Bombay will present several films in competition. 

La Fille du 14 juillet
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Monday January 17th, 6.30 pm, Alliance Française auditorium
La Fille du 14 juilletby Antonin Peretjatko (88’)
Since Hector encountered Truquette at the Louvre on July 14, he’s had only one thing in mind: to seduce this girl whom he’s mad about. The best way to do so is to take her to the seaside. His pal Pator agrees wholeheartedly, particularly if she comes along with her friend Charlotte…

Mariage à Mendoza
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Monday February 10th, 6.30 pm, Alliance Française auditorium
Mariage à Mendoza, by Edouard Deluc (94’)
Marcus and his brother Antoine head to Argentina for their cousin’s wedding. They plan to explore all that Buenos Aires has to offer before making the trip to Mendoza in the west. Marcus is thrilled to be on the road and determined to have fun, while Antoine is depressed after being dumped by his wife, who refused to come with them at the last minute. Marcus will do anything it takes to cheer up his little brother…
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My French Film Festival @ Sakshi Gallery
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Thursday February 13th, 6.30 pm, Sakshi Gallery
In partnership with Sakshi Gallery
On the occasion of Art Thursday, Sakshi Gallery and Alliance Française de Bombay will present 3 short movies in competition for the Festival :
Mademoiselle Kiki et les Montparnos, by Amélie Harrault (15’)
Les Lézards, by Vincent Mariette (15’)
Le cri du homard, by Nicolas Guiot (30’)

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With the Support of:
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