Quantcast
News

French Film Festival comes to Mumbai

By NewsDesk • Published on February 27, 2013
Still from Populaire

Still from Populaire

After Delhi, the French Film Festival will travel to Mumbai from March 2-5, 2013.  Six contemporary French films will be screened at PVR Juhu and Liberty Cinema in Mumbai.

The four day festival will open with Régis Roinsard’s Populaire and close with Noémie Lvovsky’s Camille Rewinds (Camille redouble).

Entry is free on first come first served basis; entry passes will be available 45 minutes before the show timing at the venue.

A part of the Bonjour India- Festival of France, the festival will travel to five more cities in India. Bonjour India 2013 is a cultural exchange programme between India and France in the fields of art, literature, cinema, education, sports, fashion, photography and the performing arts. The film festival aims to promote contemporary French cinema in India.

Schedule:

Saturday, March 2 – Liberty Cinema

4:00 pm: Populaire by Régis Roinsard

6:30 pm: In the House (Dans la maison) by François Ozon

Sunday, March 3 – PVR Juhu

3:30 pm: Zarafa by Rémi Bezançon

5:55 pm: Hand in Hand (Main dans la main) by Valérie Donzelli

Monday, March 4 – PVR Juhu

8:00 pm: The Dandelions (Du vent dans mes mollets) by Carine Tardieu

Tuesday, March 5 – Liberty Cinema

8:00 pm: Camille Rewinds (Camille redouble) by Noémie Lvovsky

Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Did you like reading this article?

Get DearCinema in your Inbox

Or grab the RSS feed!

Editor's Pick

Mumbai Film Festival raises 1.5 crore in 3 days
Since the launch of a social media campaign to save the Mumbai Film Festival on August ...
In memory of a film pirate
Unknowingly and unassumingly, Rajan was a crusader for cinema in his own way. A true ...
Qissa to release in India on September 26
After travelling extensively for a year following its world premiere at Toronto 2013, ...
NFDC Screenwriters’ Lab 2014: Project Profiles
In its eighth edition, the first stage of the NFDC Screenwriters’ Lab was ...

Join the discussion

Comments are closed.