Ciné/Feel


 -   | 934 Corydon Avenue
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Let’s start the year with the screening of a funny comedy, A clever crook. You will discover the story of a police commissioner who is waiting for retirement with mixed enthusiasm when a theft of paintings catches his attention. Is it the elegance of the process? The audacity of the crime? The beauty of the stolen work? He starts searching for an atypical thief, a real draft, an acrobat in his spare time. The movie will be presented in French and subtitled in English. Free entrance, come with your family and friends!

Documentary Film Month: Boxing Libreville

Documentary Film Month: Boxing Libreville
 -   | 934 Corydon Avenue
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The Alliance Française du Manitoba is pleased to present three movie screenings, on the occasion of the Documentary Film Month.
On November 20th, we will screen Boxing Libreville. This documentary is about the struggles of a young Gabonese man, Christ, in his journey to be a boxer and how it is mirrored in the struggle for democracy in the country.
The movie will be presented in French and subtitled in English.


 -   | 934 Corydon Avenue
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The Alliance Française du Manitoba is pleased to present three movie screenings, on the occasion of the Documentary Film Month.
On November 14th, focus on the ecological transition with Qu'est-ce qu'on attend? (What are we waiting for?). The documentary tells the amazing story of the village of Ungersheim in France, a unique showcase of what’s possible with Transition, when it is supported by local authorities.
The movie will be presented in French and subtitled in English.


 -   | Alliance Française du Manitoba
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The Alliance Française du Manitoba is pleased to present three movie screenings, on the occasion of the Documentary Film Month. On November 7th, come and see À la recherche des femmes chefs (The Goddesses of Food). From 3-star chefs to female cooks, sommelières or entrepreneuses all around the world, meet innovative women who want to change the world through gastronomy. The movie will be presented in French and subtitled in English.


 -   | 934 Corydon Avenue
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For the October CineFEEL, we chose a beautiful movie dealing with handicap and the impact it has in a family. Elisa, a 17 years old teenager wants to enjoy her summer in the Vercors region in France. But things won't go as planned : her mom breaks up with her dad , leaving them taking care of Marion, her disabled sister. That heavy responsability will change her life and challenge her feelings. Free entrance + pop corn !

Ciné/Feel returns in June

Ciné/Feel returns in June
 -   | 934 Corydon Avenue
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Ciné/Feel returns in June with the screening of the movie Maestro. A refreshing and poetic comedy full of humour! Pio Marmai plays Henri, a young and ambitious actor finds himself involved in a auteur film. Charmed by an actress on the set, the filming does not quite go as he had planned.

Ciné/Feel : "Let The Girls Play"

Ciné/Feel : "Let The Girls Play"
 | Alliance française du Manitoba
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France, 1969. Paul Coutard, 30, is a sports journalist. He is charming, childish and a womaniser. When he is forced to plan the newspaper’s fair together with Emmanuelle, the discreet and beautiful executive assistant, Paul has the crazy idea to organise a women’s football match for the first time.

CinéFeel : "Sans Maman"

CinéFeel : "Sans Maman"
 -   | Alliance française du Manitoba
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For the International Day of Francophonie, Alliance française du Manitoba is happy to screen "Sans Maman", by Marie-France Guerrette, a franco-albertan filmmaker (who will be present for this occasion!)
On August 31, 1995, Guerrette's family life takes a dramatic turn. Mona, the mother, passes at 42 of the remnants of a breast cancer, leaving behind a husband and two daughters, Mylène and Marie-France, to which she bequeaths a tape containing the testimony of her life. How to recover, as a child, from the death of a parent? By recording her life, as well as her family's, Marie-France Guerrette welcomes us into her mourning. The archives, sometimes flawed or imprecise and filled with emotions, build the history of her family. Marked with authenticity, these interviews represent a freeing speech. Along her path, she discovers a heavy legacy: genetical cancer. This documentary has had many positive points on Marie-France's life - ease the mourning process, incitate a call for action, as well as anchoring her in the side of the livings.


 | Alliance française du Manitoba
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In the mood for Melville is a documentary about the famous French filmmaker.  
Jean-Pierre Melville, his 14 movies and his 25 years-long career is an international legend.
His artwork, filled with dark atmospheres, is pretty unique and has made him one of the leader of the neo-noir movement.
His influence has reached Asia, and some of the most renowned filmmakers there testify to depict the impact he has had on their art.

The movie will take place at the Alliance, on 934 Corydon. Entrance is free and open to all.

Ciné/Feel: Where the Poppies Grow

Ciné/Feel: Where the Poppies Grow
 | 934 Corydon Avenue
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Where do the images of the First World War that haunt our imagination come from ? To actually visualize the Great War, rather than just hearing about it, to portray it and bring it to life again : that is what today’s comic books capable of. By delving into archives and historical accounts, the comic book illustrators in this film take us back in time. They bring the First World War to life in our imagination : their drawings are more than just strokes of a pen. These major artists have made the Great War the main subject of their graphic narratives. In their company, we will try to trace the fragmented memory of 1914 – 1918 as a comic book chronicle. This film is in French with English subtitles and is being shown in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

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