Special Event Sunday October 27th
A chance to see all four of Truffaut’s Doinel comedies plus his short Antoine et Colette following the life of his character Antoine Doinel. People are already booking which is a relief. This is an idea that I can only find a record of once beofore and in New York!
£45 to include lunch, snacks and a celebratory drink.
|10.00||Doors open for Coffee and Tea|
|10.30||Introduction on Truffaut and his first film Quatre Cents Coups (400 Blows)|
|10.45||Quatre Cents Coups|
|12.30||Introduction to Antoine et Colette|
|12.40||Antoine et Colette (short)|
|2.00||Introduction to Baisers Volés (Stolen Kisses)|
|2.10||Baisers Volés (Stolen Kisses)|
|4.00||Introduction to Domicile Conjugale (Bed and Board)|
|4.10||Domicile Conjugale (Bed and Board)|
|5.50||Light refreshments and complimentary glass of fizzy|
|6.10||Introduction to L’amour en fuite (Love on the run)|
|7.50||Q and A and final chance to have a drink.|
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Saturday French Impressions with feature screening. 1pm for talk, 2.30 for feature followed by Q and A. Finish by 5.
September 21 Agnès by Varda – her last film See the trailer here.
October 26th L’Homme Fidèle and the cinema of Louis Garrel.
Then November 23rd the cinema of Robert Bresson with a screening of Une Femme Douce
December 14th To be decided
The Cinema Museum – French Sundaes
Making a fuss – Four French films that dared to be different.
2.30 – doors open at 1.30 for exploring the museum, drinks and snacks. All end by 5.30.
A talk illustrated with clips and a chance to see a feature film chosen to inspire.
La Famille Bélier – Eric Lartigue’s 2014 gentle comedy about French rural life for a family of profoundly deaf farmers caused controversy over its choice of actors and content. Jon Davies will look at other films that challenge the notion of the happy family.
A gentle and joyous end to this ninth season of French Sundaes.
0207 450 1889 or online booking
www.morleycollege.ac.uk for details
A brief history of Modern French Cinema in 11 classes 1959-2017
Classes held at the Cinema Museum (see above)
Summer term 2019 Tuesday evenings 7.00 to 9.00
I am very pleased that we will have a chance to look at the history of Modern French Cinema.
Booking here Again at the lovely Cinema Museum in Kennington.
“I thought the time line approach and the balance of clips to information was nicely realised. Plus great infectious enthusiasm from your good self. Keeping the energy up so important in a group and you got it just right.”
One week the class visit a film or play and the next week discuss it.
A chance to learn more about current trends and become your own critic!
“This class took me to films, play and even places I would never have been to by myself – really exciting.’
Held at Morley College itself. Book now for January 2018 places limited.