Free Radicals: Serge Bozon and the New French Cinema
Now through April 18

In her review of “La France,” Serge Bozon’s 2007 combination of war movie and pop musical, Manohla Dargis of The New York Times called it a “dark fairy tale, filled with feeling and cinematic allusions.” It’s a good blanket description of the films in Free Radicals: Serge Bozon and the New French Cinema”-The New York Times

In person: writer, director, actor and DJ Serge Bozon!

Bozon spins vinyl in the Furman Gallery after the 8:30pm screening of Femmes femmes on Friday, April 15 and the 9pm screening of The Wolberg Family on Sunday, April 17! Complimentary beer & wine will be served. [We Card: You must be 21+ to be served alcoholic beverages.]

Intro and Q&A with Bozon at the April 15 screening of Mods. He will introduce all The Cinema According to Serge Bozon screenings: Femmes femmes, Rouge-gorge, Far from Manhattan, and Simone Barbes.

North American premieres of The Days I Don’t Exist and I Did Not Die! Q&A with Jean-Charles Fitoussi at April 14 and 17 screenings!

Intro by Director Benjamin Esdraffo at the April 16 screening of Clarisse’s Neck!

Intro and Q&A with Director Aurélia Georges at the April 18 screening of The Walking Man!

Photo from: Mods

Record Store Day
Saturday, April 16

In person: Jeanie Finlay, Regina Spektor, and Adria Petty!

Religions have holidays to celebrate their culture and now music does too. It’s called Record Store Day and it happens on the third Saturday in April. We're joining in the celebration with two top-notch films: Regina Spektor Live in London, featuring three new songs by the acclaimed NYC recording artist, and and Sound It Out , the official film of Record Store Day 2011. Vinyl is always in style!


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