You’ll Laugh So Hard You’ll “Oui” A Little
Unfortunately in person screenings will not be taking place this weekend, but you can stream these fabulous French picks from the convenience of your home!
A shameless chauvinist gets a taste of his own medicine when he wakes up in a world dominated by women and locks horns with a powerful female author.
“I laughed and laughed at this gender-reversal sex farce. This director knows where to stick her satiric knife.” Movie Nation
Through a set of wacky circumstances, a young gold digger (Audrey Tautou) mistakenly woos a mild-mannered bartender (Gad Elmaleh), thinking he’s a wealthy suitor.
“Tautou finds a vulnerable side to her unscrupulous character, while Elmaleh… is a marvellous physical comedian whose tiniest facial expressions possess more humour than any number of pratfalls.” Movie Talk
Set on the French Riviera in the summer of 1915, Jean Renoir — son of the Impressionist painter, Pierre-Auguste — returns home to convalesce after being wounded in World War I. At his side is Andrée, a young woman who rejuvenates, enchants, and inspires both father and son.
“Thanks to ace Taiwanese cameraman Mark Ping Bing Lee, it conveys the inspirational qualities of sun-dappled light and rosy flesh.” TimeOut
The story of Seyolo Zantoko, who as a freshly graduated doctor of Congolese descent in France, struggled with his family to integrate in a small rural village, and ended up being considered as one of the most respected doctors in the area.
“..a quirky movie with a good sense of humor, a better message and a lot of heart.” Keith & the Movies
A story of Naoufel, a young man who is in love with Gabrielle. In another part of town, a severed hand escapes from a dissection lab, determined to find its body again.
“A gloriously hand-animated existential fable that manages to be both genuinely sweet and thoroughly twisted.” Vulture