The 18th Annual Boston French Film Festival. July 11, 2013 – July 28, 2013. C’est Magnifique! If you have the chance, don’t miss this event. Art is Everywhere!
A favorite of Francophiles and film buffs, the Boston French Film Festival opens with Guillaume Nicloux’s adaptation of Denis Diderot’s novel, The Nun, a story about an individual pitted against a merciless system, featuring Isabelle Huppert. Then entice your inner foodie with Christian Vincent’s tasty Haute Cuisine, based on the real-life story of the personal chef to former French president François Mitterrand. And the festival closes with Dany Boon and Diane Kruger in Pascal Chaumeil’s romantic comedy, Fly Me to the Moon.
The MFA brings together all your favorite French stars in this showcase of contemporary French cinema. Discover “many sublime pleasures” (The Boston Globe) in “one of the finest French film festivals in the United States” (The Boston Herald). Perfect for Francophiles and cinephiles alike.
Full Festival Pass (22 films): MFA members, seniors, and students $185; general admission $200
Half Festival Pass (11 films): MFA members, seniors, and students $85; general admission $100
The passes do not include the reception. If you’d like to purchase tickets to the reception, please call 1-800-440-6975. Subject to availability.
All films are produced in France and are in French with English subtitles unless otherwise noted.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Avenue of the Arts 465 Huntington Avenue Boston, Massachusetts 02115
More information: http://www.mfa.org/