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French Cinéphiles … Lost in Frenchlation April 2018

Here is the Lost in Frenchlation program for April 2018 – French films with English subtitles … Experience French culture and have a social event with Matt and Manon. Upcoming events

March 31 and April’s cinema menu:

La Fête est Finie Saturday, March 31 at 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Luminor Hôtel de Ville, 20 rue du Temple, 75004 Paris, France. directed by Marie Garel-Weiss Screening starts at 4:30pm followed by drinks from 6pm

– Eva by Benoît Jacquot. With Isabelle Huppert, Gaspard Ulliel.
☞ Friday 6 April at Studio 28. Cocktail from 8pm, screening at 9pm.


– Mektoub my Love: Canto Uno by Abdellatif Kechiche with Shaïn Boumedine, Ophélie Bau.

Sunday 8 April at Luminor Hôtel de Ville. Drinks from 6pm, screening at 7pm.

 La Belle et la Belle by Sophie Fillières with Sandrine Kiberlain, Agathe Bonitzer.
Friday 13 April at Club de L’Étoile. Drinks from 7pm, screening at 8:30pm followed by Q&A.

– Le Collier Rouge by Jean Becker with François Cluzet, Nicolas Duvauchelle.
Friday 20 April at Luminor Hôtel de Ville. Cocktail from 7pm, screening at8pm.

☆COMEDY NIGHT☆ (film preceded by a comedy show in English)
– La Ch’tite Famille by Dany Boon with Dany Boon, Laurence Arné.
Friday 27 April at Club de L’Étoile. Cocktail from 7pm, stand-up comedy show at 8pm, screening at 8:30pm.
Matt and Manon’s story

The concept for Lost in Frenchlation was born out of the frustration experienced by Lost in Frenchlation’s Co-Founders, Matt and Manon, when they couldn’t go to the cinema together due to Matt’s lack of French language skills. There wasn’t a single cinema in Paris regularly screening French films with English subtitles, meaning that the international community – Paris’ many expatriates, international students and tourists – couldn’t access French cinema, one of the country’s greatest arts and an important part of French culture.

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!