Newsletter n°416 / xxxx

Hello franceinlondoner

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. / At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them."
Laurence Binyon, For The Fallen

Ah ! Que le monde est grand à la clarté des lampes ! Aux yeux du souvenir que le monde est petit !
Charles Baudelaire

French Gigs

Archive at Camden Electric Ballroom

On 30 November

Archive are a musical group based in London, whose music spans electronic, trip hop, avant-garde, post-rock and progressive rock.

2 x pairs of tickets to be won


Voilà! The Frenglish theatre festival

Until 13 November

Voilà! is a unique annual rendezvous where francophone and anglophone cultures meet, through performance. For the fourth year running, Voila! offers an eclectic programme showcasing theatre in French, in English, or both, that is sure to provoke your interest!
From Balzac to Shakespeare, from classic to modern, there is something for everyone.


Shareholders Roundtable

Wednesday 23 November at Clothworkers’ Hall in London

Air Liquide, Schneider Electric and Total are pleased to invite you to a shareholders roundtable on the theme: “Corporate Strategies and Investment Return Credentials”. 


The White Knights (Les Chevaliers blancs) with Vincent LIndon

Escaping the domestic claustrophobia of a cramped apartment in After Love, Joachim Lafosse's The White Knights may take place across the vast plains of Africa but is no less tense, restrictive and naturalistic filmmaking from one of the most prominent rising stars of European cinema.

Released a week apart in the UK, the Belgian director's latter project may have been completed a year before the former but features as a real standout of the 2016 French Film Festival UK. Screen notes, acting as a disclaimer of sorts, state that The White Knights is 'Loosely based on real events' but this Vincent Lindon-led film is ostensibly a fictionalised retelling of the 2007 case of Zoe's Ark charity workers who were charged with abducting children from Chad in order to place them with foster families in France.


Until 7 December

The biggest explosion of French and francophone cinema in the UK will hit cinemas in November as part of a major expansion of the French Film Festival UK, an annual event now in its 24th year.
ilms which will be screened during the festival include new as well as some of the old classic films.
- Cesanne et moi
- Death of Louis XIV
- Monsieur Chocolat
- La Grande Vadrouille
- Fanny, Marius and César (The trilogy)
- Napoléon by Abel Gance

Wine and Food Tasting

Beaujolais Nouveau

On 17 November @ Baden Powell House

The Auvergnats of Great-Britain and the Corsicans of Great-Britain invite you to taste this year's Beaujolais Nouveau and to compare their best cheeses and delicious 'charcuteries'.

Free Prize Draw

- One pair of tickets to be won for French Sundaes on 'The Last Metro' at the Cinema Museum on 11 December
- One pair of tickets to be won for Drawing Duo: Serge Bloch and Bridget Marzo on Saturday 19 Nov at 12pm
- 10 pairs of tickets to be won for the France Show on 27th - 29 th January 2017
- Win a copy of Lithium, a book by Aurélien Gougaud (Albin Michel) - in French
- Win a prize bundle (3 x DVDs, 1 poster and 1 tote bag) for the release of After Love (L'Economie du Couple)
- 2 x pairs of tickets to be won for Archive at Camden Electric Ballroom on 30 November

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