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Paris Cinema Festival from Lost in Frenchlation

Poster for La Chaise et l'Ecran, du cinéma dans nos ruesThis is a summer invitation for the event La Chaise et l’Écran cinema festival “cinéma dans nos rues” (on the Paris streets) from Manon at “Lost in Frenchlation“.

Here’s hoping for a warm Friday, August 19, 12 Place Léon Blum, Paris 75011 (metro: Voltaire – line 9). Although walking distance from my apartment, my feet will be walking in Washington DC that night.

Lost in Frenchlation screens current French films throughout the year. Here is your chance to enjoy French culture in the open air for free with seating provided; another opportunity to watch French films with English translations. Enjoy!

“Bonjour !
Lost in Frenchlation is proud to be working together with La Mairie du 11ème (mayor’s office in the eleventh district/arrondissement) to bring you a free outdoor screening of three French short films with English subtitles as part of the highly anticipated 9th annual La Chaise et l’Écran cinema festival! The short films will be followed by the classic feature length film ‘L’Aventure c’est l’Aventure’ from Claude Lelouch which unfortunately will not be subtitled, but will be a worthy challenge for those of you looking to test your French.

Please find all the information below, and the link to the event :
https://www.facebook.com/events/1645618139087667/
ENGLISH VERSION
SUMMARY
EVENT: La Chaise et l’Écran cinema festival
FILMS: ‘Et après’ from Marc Ory (13 mins), ‘L’âge de raison’ from Mathilde Petit (16 mins), ‘Pa Fuera’ from Vica Zagreba (17 mins)
DATE & TIME: Friday 19th August from 9pm
LOCATION: 12 Place Léon Blum, Paris 75011 (metro: Voltaire – line 9)
TICKETS: FREE ! Seats will be provided

DETAILS
The short films to be screened with English subtitles are:

  1. Et après’ from Marc Ory (13 mins)
  2. L’âge de raison’ from Mathilde Petit (16 mins)
  3. Pa Fuera’ from Vica Zagreba (17 mins)

The event will take place within La Mairie du 11ème’s courtyard (metro: Voltaire – line 9). An amazing outdoor location under the stars and seats are provided free of charge.

Lost in Frenchlation is truly excited to play a role in bringing you this rare opportunity to experience yet another aspect of France’s rich cinema culture. We hope to see you there!

À bientôt!”

Lost in Frenchlation from Manon Kerjean on Vimeo.

VERSION FRANÇAISE
RÉSUMÉ:

ÉVÈNEMENT: Festival de cinéma en plein air “La Chaise et L’Écran
FILMS: Et après’ de Marc Ory (13 mins), ‘L’âge de raison’ de Mathilde Petit (16 mins), et ‘Pa Fuera’ de Vica Zagreba (17 mins)
DATE & HEURE: 19/08/2016 à partir de 21h
LIEU: Cour de la Mairie du 11ème, 12 place Léon Blum, Métro Voltaire (ligne 9)
TICKETS: GRATUIT ! Chaises fournies par la Mairie
DÉTAILS:

Le 19 août prochain, Lost in Frenchlation vous propose, en partenariat avec le festival de cinéma en plein air “La Chaise et l’écran” organisé par la Mairie du 11ème, une selection de courts métrages français sous-titrés en anglais. Cette projection gratuite aura lieu à 21h dans la cour de la mairie du 11ème. Elle sera suivie par la projection – non sous-titrée cette fois-ci – de ‘L’Aventure c’est l’Aventure’ de Claude Lelouch, qui peut être une bonne manière pour ceux qui le souhaitent de tester leur français!

Les trois courts-métrages qui seront présentés sont :

  1. Et après’ from Marc Ory (13 mins)
  2. L’âge de raison’ from Mathilde Petit (16 mins)
  3. Pa Fuera’ from Vica Zagreba (17 mins)

L’évènement aura lieu dès la nuit tombée, à partir de 21h… L’écran vient à vous, et les chaises seront exceptionnellement fournies par la Mairie.

Lost in Frenchlation espère tous vous retrouver le 19 août prochain pour cette première projection en plein air sous-titrée, pour profiter du meilleur du cinéma français en version courte et de l’été parisien !
À bientôt !”

This Web site and and its blog articles are for travelers to Paris who are looking for advice from someone who lives in Paris. These tips are "for Parisians at heart". Many people would like to visit, some can and some cannot - so I will help you enjoy a glimpse of the city and its surroundings. This project has been ongoing since 2002. Prior to living in Paris (since 1992) my European history began in the early 70s with three years in Wiesbaden, Germany. My next foray onto the Continent was in the mid-80s after graduation from the University of Florida (where I met Erik): traveling around Europe and UK with my friend, Margie, hitchhiking around and working in Ireland. After living and working as a journalist in Sweden for four years, traveling on boats, the Trans-Siberian Railway, local trains and planes took Erik and I around the world. I began working as a flight attendant in 1990 for American Airlines, based in Chicago. We moved to Paris, France in 1992 where I commuted between Paris and Chicago for my flight attendant/stewardess job. Finally my inner voice said "Stop!" and I left American Airlines six weeks shy of 20 years January 1, 2010. Now that is over and I am back working as a journalist and photographer full time on Colleensparis.com - My videos are posted on YouTube on the colleensparis youtube channel. and I am active in Toastmasters 75. Enjoy!