"Cinéphilm" is a workshop that will allow you to immerse yourself in the French language by listening.
The workshop will be divided into several stages due to our recent launch of activity on the one hand and due to COVID 19 on the other hand.
1st step: We propose that you to watch a selected quality film with accessible English subs.
This option is entirely free (except for the rental cost).
2nd step: As soon as we are operational we will propose a debate via a conference media, themes for reflection or your opinion will be proposed before the conference in order to make the debate richer, and further information will be detailed on "how it works"
all levels are welcome!
This option will be based on a donation (suggested donation $5).
3rd step: Depending on the success of this workshop, and when any viral risk is ruled out, we will be able to continue a quarterlyfilm screening, for example at the Fig Garden library, always followed by a discussion, accompanied by drinks and snacks, and/or continue the online broadcasts followed by a mini discussion once a month if you like this offer.
The cost of this option will be determined in Board meeting
For the time being the buttons "donation" and "attend meeting" are disabled.
We wish you a good viewing experience!
We are in the aftermath of World War II. Claude, 10 years old and the son of communist French Resistance fighters, has lost his mother who died at Auschwitz. Ben, 14, is the son of a prostitute and a small-time Jewish hoodlum. With the help of Françoise Dolto, the two young boys confront the demons that haunt them. They meet through her, become friends, share an outstanding adventure together and then separate to live opposing lives. We follow these two cases, along with the treatment of other children with severe problems and the daily work of an outstanding doctor who invented a discipline: psychoanalysis for children.
Deux ans après un « burn-out », Duval est toujours au chômage. Contacté par un homme d’affaire énigmatique, il se voit proposer un travail simple et bien rémunéré : retranscrire des écoutes téléphoniques. Aux abois financièrement, Duval accepte sans s’interroger sur la finalité de l’organisation qui l’emploie. Précipité au cœur d’un complot politique, il doit affronter la mécanique brutale du monde souterrain des services secrets.
Christian Ranucci est soupçonné de l’enlèvement et du meurtre de Maria Dolores. Mais parmi les témoins du drame, personne n'est capable de l'identifier comme suspect principal. Après des heures d'interrogatoire, le jeune homme avoue le meurtre, puis se rétracte. Seule sa mère, Héloïse Mathon, est convaincue de son innocence. Sauver son fils devient sa priorité.
Emma, a young woman who is not yet 18 years old, packs up her belongings and prepares to leave the convent to marry the man her farmer father has arranged as her husband: country doctor Charles Bovary. However, she becomes bored and miserable in the small, provincial town of Yonville. She spends most of her time alone, reading or wandering in the garden while
Charles tends to patients. Even when he is home, Emma feels bored or neglected by Charles. Emma longs for more — excitement, passion, status, and love. She shows restraint at first, when smitten law clerk Leon Dupuis skittishly professes his affections for her. However, she is intrigued by the dashing Marquis, who makes more overt advances. Their affair emboldens her as she believes it gives her glimpse of the good life. She spends money she does not have on lavish dresses and decorations from the obsequious dry-goods dealer Monsieur Lheureux, who is all too happy to continue extending her credit.
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Arestrup plays Paul de Marseul, a passionate and demanding winemaker dissatisfied at the prospect of his son, Martin (Lorànt Deutsch), taking over his vineyard. He dreams of a more talented successor, and finds him in the person of Phillipe (Nicolas Bridet), the son of his steward, François (Patrick Chesnais). M. de Marseul lavishes attention and praise on Phillipe while disparaging Martin's efforts, eventually inviting Phillipe rather than Martin to attend his investiture in the Legion d'honneur.