Tuesday , 16 July 2019
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Events

Cine club – L’oeil du cyclone

In an African country, a young attorney is asked to defend a dangerous rebel accused of war crimes. While her instinct drives her to refuse, she will do all she can to save him in the name of an ideal of justice, even to the point of endangering her career and her life. But can we really save a former child-soldier? Read More »

Cine club – KETEKE

It’s the 80s rail service system, and the train is the only means of transport from the outskirts. A couple - BOI (Adjetey Anang) and ATSWEI (Lydia Forson) is bent on delivering their first baby in Akete but misses their first train. A wrong decision finds them in the middle of nowhere. Will they make it on time for the delivery, or, risk losing the baby and mother? Read More »

Cine club – Wùlu

Ladji, 20, works hard as a prantiké (bus driver) to get his older sister, Aminata, out of prostitution. But when he doesn’t get the promotion he was expecting, he decides to contact Driss, a drug dealer who owes him a favour. Assisted by his two mischievous friends, Houphouet and Zol, Read More »

Ciné-Club: MAESTRO

Henri is a young actor who dreams of playing in Fast & Furious but who finds himself cast in a movie by the legendary independent filmmaker Cédric Rovère. Even if the conditions during the shoot aren’t quite what Henri expected, he is won over by the charms of his on-screen partner and the generosity of the master filmmaker, and emerges transformed by the experience. Rovère is also won over by Henri’s eager imagination and youthful spirit, and views the film shoot as an unexpected gift. Read More »

Ciné-Club: JALOUSE

Almost overnight, Nathalie Pêcheux, a divorced French teacher, changes from a loving mother into a jealous monster. Her first target is her stunning 18-year-old daughter Mathilde, a ballet dancer, but her field of attack soon extends to her friends, colleagues, and even her neighbors. A portrayal of a woman’s radical and unexpected shift of character that oscillates between black comedy and psychological thriller. Read More »

Fête de la Musique (World Music Day) – 21 June 2019

In the month of June, the entire world celebrates music in its different forms and manifestations through the "Fete de la Musique", a day dedicated to the promotion of music, created by the French Ministry of Culture which first took place in 1982 in Paris. Since its first edition, this event has known a growing success, and has become an inter­national highlight of amateur and professional practice of musical diversity. This is also a very special occasion for many people in many different countries to attend free live perfor­mances, in all kinds of places, even the most unusual ones. Read More »

Ciné-Club: Eden

In the 1990s, Paul gets his first taste of the world of Parisian nightlife. Mad about music, he creates a DJ duo, “Cheers,” with his best friend. They rapidly find a fanbase and experience giddy, euphoric, dangerous, and ephemeral success as they rise in the House music world. Read More »

Ciné-Club: BARBARA

An actress will play Barbara, the French singer. The shoot will soon start. The actress works on her character, her voice, the songs, scores, the gestures, knitting, scenes she has to learn, things are going okay, there’s progress, development, she is even overwhelmed. The film director also works, through his encounters, through archives, music, he let’s himself be submerged, overwhelmed like the actress, by the actress. Read More »

Ciné-Club: LES DEMOISELLES DE ROCHEFORT

Delphine and Solange are two sisters living in Rochefort. Delphine is a dancing teacher and Solange composes and teaches the piano. Maxence is a poet and a painter. He is doing his military service. Simon owns a music shop, he left Paris once month ago to come back where he fell in love 10 years ago. They are looking for love, looking for each other, without being aware that their ideal partner is very close... Read More »

Ciné-Club: Attila Marcel

Thirty-year-old Paul lives in a Parisian apartment with his aunts, two elderly aristocrats who have looked after him since he was two years old and who dream of seeing him become a virtuoso pianist. His life is reduced to a daily routine of playing the grand piano in the lounge and attending his aunts’ dance class, where he is an accompanist. Read More »