French Movies at the 2018 SIFF





The Alliance Française de Seattle is proud to be part of the 2018 Seattle International Film Festival. One of the most important cultural event of the Puget Sound area, it brings people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. Check out the Guide of French movies scheduled at the 44th Annual Seattle International Film Festival!

Purchase your tickets now before they are sold out! Film Guide & Tickets: http://bit.ly/filmguidefb

 

Do you know that the Alliance Française is offering its members tickets for SIFF French movies?

Come to our office or reserve them by phone. If you are not yet a member, join us now !

Alliance Française de Seattle
4649 Sunnyside Ave. N #205
Seattle, WA 98103

Phone: 206 632 5433
Email
intern2@afseattle.org

 

We have tickets available for the following showings:

Belle and Sebastian, Friends for Life

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d. Clovis Cornillac, France 2018, 97 min

In the final chapter of the beloved family adventure about a boy and his dog, Sebastian is starting adolescence and Belle is now a devoted mother of three adorable pups, but a new challenge awaits after a stranger appears in their Swiss village.

Saturday, May 19 | 11:30 AM | SIFF Cinema Uptown

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Bloody Milk Instagram_SIFF_2018Fest_bloodymilk_1000x1000

d: Hubert Charuel, France 2017, 90 min

In a fit of conspiracy theory-driven paranoia about a contagious bovine disease, a dairy farmer recklessly sacrifices one of his cows and then goes to extreme lengths to cover up his tracks in this César Award-nominated psychological thriller.

MON, May 21 | 9:30 PM | SIFF Cinema Uptown

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C’est la vie! Instagram_SIFF_2018Fest_cestlavie_1000x1000

d: Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano, France/Canada/ Belgium 2017, 115 min

Providing a sober, chic, and elegant wedding party in a 17th century French palace proves to be a tall order for a beleaguered caterer and his mishap-prone staff in the latest lovable French farce from the filmmaking team behind THE INTOUCHABLES.

Sunday, June 3 | 3:45 PM | SIFF Cinema Egyptian  No more free tickets

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Gauguin Instagram_ SIFF_2018Fest_gauguin_1000x1000

d: Eduoard Deluc, France 2017, 102 min

 

Vincent Cassel stars as the titular post-Impressionist artist in his first sojourn in Tahiti, where he falls for a local woman and sets into motion the colorful canvasses of island scenes that became his signature work.

Thursday, May 31 | 3:45 PM | SIFF Cinema Uptown No more free tickets

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Godard Mon Amour

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d: Michel Hazanavicius, France 2017, 102 min

Oscar®-winning director Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist) delightfully embodies the spirit of the French New Wave to depict the whirlwind 1968 romance between revolutionary filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard and his new muse, activist Anne Wiazemsky.

Sunday, May 20 | 7:00 PM | Pacific Place Cinemas  

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Let The Sunshine In Instagram_SIFF_2018Fest_letthesunshinein_1000x1000

d: Claire Denis, France 2017, 94 min

Juliette Binoche stars as a divorced Parisian searching for love, but refusing to settle for the parade of flawed men who drift in and out of her life, in master filmmaker Claire Denis’ witty and sensuous romance about the profound mysteries of love.

Sunday, May 27 | 6:30 PM | Pacific Place Cinemas No more free tickets

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Luna Instagram_SIFF_2018Fest_luna_1000x1000

d. Elsa Diringer, France 2017, 85 min

After a party goes wrong, teenager Luna decides to distance herself from the toxic, testosterone-filled subculture she’s been surrounded by her whole life, in this authentic window into the struggles of a young woman learning to take control.

 

Monday, May 21 | 4:30 PM | SIFF Cinema Uptown

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Number One Instagram_SIFF_2018Fest_numberone_1000x1000

d: Tonie Marshall, France/Benelux 2017, 110 min

 

Emmanuelle Devos plays a corporate manager who aspires to be the first woman CEO of a major company. But when she finally gets a shot at her position, she is threatened by personal and political factors in this intelligent drama about corporate sexism.

 

Tuesday, June 5 | 4:00 PM | SIFF Cinema Egyptian

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See You Up There Instagram_SIFF_2018Fest_seeyouupthere_1000x1000

d: Albert Dupontel, France 2017, 117 min

 

It’s 1918 and revenge is in order for a malicious lieutenant after two soldiers, one a talented artist that loses his jaw, survive his orders to charge across No Man’s Land despite the Armistice ceasefire.

Monday, May 21 | 6:45 PM | SIFF Cinema Uptown

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The Big Bad Fox & Other Tales… Instagram_SIFF_2018Fest_bigbadfoxandothertales_1000x1000

d. Patrick Imbert, France 2017, 80 min

 

From the creators of ERNEST & CELESTINE comes three tales—a fox who mothers a family of chicks, a rabbit who plays the stork, and a duck who wants to be Santa Claus—each told with a laugh-out-loud style reminiscent of classic Looney Tunes.

 

Saturday, June 2 | 11:00 AM | SIFF Cinema Egyptian

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The Sower Instagram_SIFF_2018Fest_sower_1000x1000

d: Marine Francen, France/Belgium 2017, 98 min

 

After all the men in a French village are rounded up by Napoleon in 1852, the remaining women make a pact to repopulate the village by any means necessary. The miraculous arrival of one strapping young blacksmith puts this pact to the test.

 

Wednesday, May 23 | 9:30 PM | SIFF Cinema Uptown