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Join us Sun. at 4:15 for French Festival movie BURNING HOT SUMMER @ the Prytania











Join us Sunday by 12:45 in the lobby on the right side walking in.

See movie details below.

For more info, contact Guy Henoumont anytime at[masked] or at [masked] .





15th Annual New Orleans French Film Festival
August 10-16, 2012, at the Prytania Theatre (5339 Prytania Street)

Presented by the New Orleans Film Society and the Consulat General de France a la Nouvelle-Orleans
All tickets are $10 for NOFS members / $11 general admission (with the exception of Funny Face, which is $5.75 for everyone). NOFS members can purchase a 6-Film Pass for $50.Tickets are currently on sale now at the Prytania box office and online at the Prytania’s website.

All films are in French with English subtitles (except Funny Face, which is in English). Download a complete poster with all films and screening times by clicking here.

Friday, August 10th
7:30PM Beloved (135 Minutes)

Saturday, August 11th

1:00PM Farewell, My Queen (100 Minutes) 
3:00PM Delicacy (108 Minutes)

Sunday, August 12th
10:00AM Funny Face (103 Minutes) 
1:00PM Children of Paradise (190 Minutes)
4:30PM A Burning Hot Summer (95 Minutes)


About the film: The latest searing drama from French master Philippe Garrel (Regular Lovers) loosely evokes Godard’s Contempt, as a once-happy marriage between a brooding painter (Louis Garrel, the director’s son) and his movie-star wife (Monica Bellucci) hits the rocks. When another young couple joins them on a Roman holiday, tensions and passions flare. A Burning Hot Summer also contains one of director Garrel’s spectacular dance sequence, this time with Garrel fils and Bellucci doing a terpsichorean turn to the Dirty Pretty Things’ “Truth Begins.” With a score by the Velvet Underground’s John Cale, and the legendary Maurice Garrel (the director’s father, Louis’s grandpere) in his final role. “Philippe Garrel is the proverbial underrated genius. He is the closest thing to a poet functioning today in French cinema.”——- Olivier Assayas.




Monday, August 13th
Noon Farewell, My Queen (100 Minutes)
7:30PM The Well-Digger’s Daughter (107 Minutes)

Tuesday, August 14th
Noon Children of Paradise (190 Minutes)
7:30PM Elles (99 Minutes)

Wednesday, August 15th
10:00AM Funny Face (103 Minutes) 
Noon Beloved (135 Minutes) 
7:30PM Sleepless Night (103 Minutes)

Thursday, August 16th
Noon Delicacy (108 Minutes)




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