CINÉ/FEEL is a series of monthly movie nights! Discover the diversity of Francophone cinema through dramas, comedies, documentaries or even short-movies. Each night is different!
It's always presented in French with English subtitles, so make sure to bring your friends for a cosy evening. Who knows, there may even be some popcorn!
Best of all, CINÉ/FEEL is always FREE!
Our complete CINÉ/FEEL listing:
Ciné/Feel returns in June
| 934 Corydon Avenue
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
Ciné/Feel : "Let The Girls Play"
| Alliance française du Manitoba
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"
| Alliance française du Manitoba
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.
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
| 934 Corydon Avenue
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.
To celebrate the start of the new school year, l'Alliance invites you to its first Kids' Movie Night! "A Cat in Paris" is an Oscar-nominated cartoon that tells the story of Dino, a cat who lives his life between two houses. By day, he lives with Zoé, the daughter of the police chief. By night he scales the roofs of Paris with Nico, a skilled burglar. Meanwhile at the police station, Zoé's mom needs to stop a jewel thief and keep her eyes on a piece of art coveted by the criminal Costa. The movie is rated PG but does have some moments that might be sad or scary, so it is recommended for kids over five. It is in French with English subtitles. The movie is free and so is the popcorn!
Friday June 8th 7pm | FREE Ciné/FEEL presents Patients (2017) by Grand Corps Malade & Mehdi Idir
"Patients" is the story of a rebirth, a chaotic journey of victories and defeats, tears and bursts of laughter, but above all encounters: we do not heal alone. "Patients" is one of these movies that will change your life and transport you far far away. It would be a mistake to not give a chance to an experience like that. The story is touching and beautiful, the tone is rough but funny as well. Acting is simply amazing and incredibly natural.
19h | FREE Ciné/FEEL presents Nocturama by Bertrand Bonnello ("Saint Laurent," "House of Tolerance") With Finnegan Oldfield, Vincent Rottiers, Hamza Mezian
Morning in Paris. A group of disillusioned young people each play their part in a strange game weaving through the metro and streets of the capital. They have a dangerous plan and act on it with precision. Their work is done. The night begins.
Friday, November 17 at 7pm@ Alliance Française du Manitoba - Free GOOD LUCK ALGERIA film by Farid Bentoumi with Sami Bouajila, Franck Gastambide, Chiara Mastroianni
Sam and Stephane are two friends and associates working together in their workshop designing hand-crafted high-quality skis. To promote their skis, their business being put in jeopardy by the competition from the larger brands, they take a crazy gamble and decide to qualify Sam for the Winter Games in cross-country skiing under the flag of his father's country, Algeria..
Friday, September 15 at 7pm@ Alliance Française du Manitoba - Free L'EFFET AQUATIQUE // THE TOGETHER PROJECT is Sólveig Anspach last movie. She was an Icelandic-French film director and screenwriter. Born to an American father and an Icelandic mother, Anspach spent most of her life living and working in France. Anspach died after a long battle with breast cancer on 7 August 2015 at the age of 54
Samir, a lanky forty-year-old crane operator in Montreuil, on the outskirts of Paris, falls madly in love with Agathe. As she is a swimming coach at the local pool, he decides to take lessons with her, even though he is a perfect swimmer. Screened in French with English subtitles.
Friday, June 16 at 7pm@ Alliance Française du Manitoba - Free What about spending some time in Versailles with the movie Ridicule by Patrice Leconte? This dramatic comedy will immerse you in the world of French nobility in the 18th century, while young Ponceludon de Malavoy is getting used to its rules and etiquette… With Charles Berling, Jean Rochefort, Fanny Ardant, Judith Godrèche... Screened in French with English subtitles.
Friday, May 12 from 7-9pm @ Alliance Française du Manitoba - Free This Ciné/Feel will present a selection of 11 short movies for a "come and go as you please" evening! Rhythm and variety will definitely keep you interested, with a diversity of genres with comedies, dramas and even legends, and a diversity of length, from 1 to 30min! Many of the short-films presented have been awarded and ensure you of an exciting evening of cinema!
Wednesday, April 19 at 7pm @ Alliance Française du Manitoba - Free In the context of Canadian Film Day 150 organised by Reel Canada, Alliance Française du Manitoba presents Gabrielle, a Quebec movie directed by Louise Archambault released in 2013. The movie is following Gabrielle, a 22 years old with Williams syndrom. She is falling in love with Martin, whose mom doesn't approve the relationship. Gabrielle confronts other people's prejudice and fights her own limitations. All participants will enter a draw and get a chance to win door prizes!
Friday, March 17 at 7pm @ Alliance Française du Manitoba - FREE Le Nouveau (The New Kid) is a French film by Rudi Rosenberg. Benoît is the new kid in school and his first week of school doesn't go as well as he expected. To get friends, he is organizing a big party but only three people show up... and not the popular ones. Shown with English subtitles. In partnership with Amicale de la francophonie multiculturelle du Manitoba.