Let's talk about cinema!
During this time of quarantine, it's important to socialize and have fun! And it's even better when you can do so by practicing your French and sharing your love of cinema and Francophones cultures.
How does it work ?
- Each week, we have chosen a film for you to view at home; our selections are available via various streaming services.
- Every participant watches the film before the discussion at a time that fits their own schedule.
- On Friday at 5PM, participants join a meeting on Zoom and discuss about the film.
It's a donation-based event (suggested donation: $10).
Donations can be made here: https://afphila.com/sys/website/?pageId=248658
April 24: Visages, Vilages (Faces, Places)
May 1: Les Garçons et Guillaume à table (Me, Myself and Mum)
May 8: Les Misérables
May 15: Hippocrate (Diary of a French doctor)
May 22: Le Grand bain (Sink or Swim)
May 29: Cézanne et moi
Hippocrate. Diary of a French doctor.
Rent/Buy on Youtube ($3.99)
A film by Thomas Lilty
With Vincent Lacoste, Reda Kateb, Jacques Gamblin
Synopsis: Closing night of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival Critics Week, Hippocrates is a darkly comic portrait of a Paris hospital as seen through the eyes of a young intern who begins his internship at the hospital ward run by his father. Confident that he will quickly become a successful doctor, he soon realizes that the reality of the medical world is a lot grimmer than what he had imagined.