Focus on French Cinema 2021: discover 10 films in French during 10 days [fr]
Celebrating its 16th edition, Focus on French Cinema, the annual Francophone film festival presented by the Alliance Française of Greenwich, CT will screen 10 premiere films in French with English subtitles from April 21- April 30, 2021.
FFC 2021 will feature the cinema of Belgium with 2 US premiere films as well as an exciting lineup of 10+ feature-length films in 10 days, including 6 U.S. premieres as well as multiple César and international festival nominees.
Une Vie Démente (Madly In Life)
Wednesday, April 21, 7pm – available 24 hours
Effacer L’historique (Delete History)
Friday, April 23, 7pm – available 24 hours
Sunday, April 25, 7pm – available 24 hours
A Good Man
Tuesday, April 27, 7pm – available 24 hours
Le Club Vinland (The Vinland Club)
Wednesday, April 28, 7pm – available 24 hours
Le Regard de Charles (Aznavour by Charles)
Friday, April 30, 7 pm – Closing Night Film – available for 24 hours
Thursday, April 22, 7 pm – available for 24 hours
Saturday, April 24, 7 pm - available for 24 hours
Monday, April 26, 7 pm - available for 24 hours
Eté 85 (Summer of ’85)
Thursday, April 29, 7 pm - available for 24 hours
Les Choses qu’on dit, les choses qu’on fait (Love Affair(s))
Pre-festival screening - Tuesday, April 20, 7pm - available 24 hours
De Nos Frères Blessés (Faithful)
Bonus film – Saturday, April 24, 7 pm - available for 24 hours
Sous le Ciel d’Alice (Skies of Lebanon)
Bonus film – Sunday, April 25, 7 pm – available 24 hours
Tickets available on April 9th: focusonfrenchcinema.com
“These days, people are swamped with streaming options. Sometimes we’re not sure what to watch out of the hundreds of choices available. The programming committee has worked hard, sifting through dozens of films for many months, to make it smart to choose Focus on French Cinema because we have seen and can endorse every film. We are very proud of the curation we are providing with our first online festival. I think this is one of the strongest collections of movies in the history of Focus on French Cinema,” said director of programming, Joe Meyers.
The 16th edition features a slate of newly released feature-length films including dramas, intimate thrillers, documentaries, family films, coming of age stories, hilarious comedies, LGBTQ dramas, and passionate love stories. All of the films in the 2021 edition clearly define the climate of film making in the current COVID-19 environment.