Film Society Week Ahead March 12-18: More tips on making a Rendez-Vous

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Don’t miss these Rendez-Vous picks:

The Apprentice: Modern learning comes up against old-time methods in Samuel Collardey’s directorial debut, which nabbed him the prestigious Louis Delluc Award for best first film. With that particular French talent for creating works on the boundary between fiction and documentary, the young director effectively captures the sights, sounds, and rhythms of life on a family-run dairy farm. Thu March 12 at 8:45pm ~ Buy Tickets

The Other One is “…a portrait of female jealousy run amok in which Dominique Blanc plays a toxic control freak with Bette Davis eyes,” said Stephen Holden in The New York Times. In the film, Anne-Marie (Dominique Blanc) finds it much easier to navigate the New Paris landscape of neon-lit, mall-nested cafes, glass-enclosed high-rise office buildings, hermetically sealed buses and subways cars, and apartments regulated by an electronic cyberboxes than the terrain of her love affair with a much younger man. Sun March 15 at 5:30pm:  Buy Tickets

Shown to great acclaim at this year’s Venice Film Festival, Stella confirms Sylvie Verheyde as one of her generation’s most distinctive film talents. Léora Barbara displays great poise as a young girl coping with her working-class family’s meltdown. With Guillaume Depardieu as the charismatic charmer who befriends her. Thu March 12 at 1pm & 6:15pm ~ Buy Tickets

Fantastic French shorts: Tout Court is a program of seven prizewinning short films by emerging filmmakers provides an exclusive introduction to the next generation of French cinema. See them now and catch a potential Oscar winner of the future! Friday, March 13, at 4pm: Buy Tickets, Sunday, March 15, at 3:15pm: Buy Tickets

View Complete Rendez-Vous Schedule

Plus, New Directors/New Films tickets on sale this Friday!

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