Child (member)

$7

Child (non-member)

$10

Adult (member)

$9

Adult (non-member)

$12

*Every child under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

About the Films

Three inventors (Les trois inventeurs) 13 minutes, 1979
In a world of white lace, a great inventor, a great inventress and a little inventress invent wonderful helpful machines…

The Legend of the Poor Hunchback (La légende du pauvre bossu) 8 minutes, 1982
At the very top, an inaccessible princess. At the very bottom, a hunchback who everyone despises. However, the hunchback has a secret that he is not aware of...

The Prince of Jewels (Le Prince des joyaux) 11 minutes, 1992
The tale is set in the country of the Arabian Nights, under a hail of precious stones...

The Dancing Shepherdess (Bergère qui danse) 7 minutes, 1992
A pretty shepherdess in love with a young shepherd, and a powerful fairy, with a flying dragon and a crystal palace...

The Beautiful Girl and the Witch (La Belle fille et le sorcier) 3 minutes, 1992
"I am ugly, I am alone, I am bored". In three seconds, everything will change...

Sponsors

This event is presented as part of ArtWeek Boston. This program is made possible thanks in part to the Mosaïque Cultural Fund and Steven Galante, Chairman of the French Cultural Center.

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New Cinema Programming

Starting this Spring, cinema is taking the leap at the French Cultural Center. We have revisited and expanded our programming to offer you new ways to experience the best of French and Francophone cinema. While continuing the monthly Ciné-Clubs to catch up on recent films from the Francophone world, we are launching Ciné-Rétro, a two-evening marathon to discover or re-discover some 1940s to 1970s French classics and Ciné-Loulous, where children and their families can enjoy French animated gems followed by arts and crafts activities inspired by the film. As always, you will be able to mingle and discuss the films with our in-house film expert, fellow cinéphiles and francophiles.

Upcoming Events

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Thursday, January 19, 2017 6:30 PM To 8:30 PM

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The Charlie Archive Exhibition

Works from the Charlie Archive at the Harvard Library

From Jan 6, 2017 To Jan 30, 2017

Opening Reception : Thursday, January 5 at 6:30 PM. A gallery talk will be held at 7:00 PM during the opening with the co-founders of the Charlie Archive at Harvard Library: Lidia Uziel, Virginie Greene, and Nicole Mills. An advance RSVP is required for this gallery opening.

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017 6:00 PM To 8:00 PM

This month's book club will focus on the literary works of Simone de Beauvoir, France's acclaimed feminist existentialist.

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