JOIN US FOR A WONDERFUL AFTERNOON OF FRENCH CINEMA IN SOHO WITH THE NY PREMIERE OF CEDRIC KLAPISCH'S NEW FILM, A TENDER MOVIE ABOUT BURGUNDY, WINE & FAMILY!
We are pleased to team up with Uptown Flicks to present the NY Premiere of Cédric Klapisch's latest film Back to Burgundy (Ce qui nous lie)
Back to Burgundy is the new film by French director Cédric Klapisch who is well known for his trilogy The Spanish apartment (L'Auberge Espagnole), Russian Dolls (Les Poupées russes), and Chinese Puzzle (Casse-tête chinois). The film will open in the US in March 2018.
Back to Burgundy is a beautiful story about a family vineyard in Burgundy with 3 siblings trying to figure out what's next for them. This French arthouse crowdpleaser is a love letter to French wine business and a moving depiction of family dynamics in difficult circumstances with engaging performances from Ana Girardot, Pio Marmaï and François Civil.
Tickets: $20 with a glass of wine offered
Rendez-vous @5.30pm. The film will start at 6pm.
Attendees will also be able to discover "Rendez-vous by French Wink" pop-up store and do their holiday shopping a la Française before and after the screening. French Wink, a New York based brick-and-click concept store aims at refreshing New Yorkers view of what genuine Holidays feels like. They will do so through an exclusively French based pop-up store, open for one week in Soho [25 Greene st] from December 11 to 17. Like an art exhibition, French Wink curated participating brands to paint the picture of modern France, where the past gets reinvented to suits the needs of modern customer, without losing its soul. The voyage through France gathers the best gifts for men, women and child all together.
With the support of UniFrance and French Wink.
This screening is the first pop up event of the new film series Uptown Flicks curated by Adeline Monzier and co-organized by Marie Gentine. Uptown Films features a monthly series in Harlem of top recent French films and documentaries followed by a drink to mingle and share reactions as well as kids series and pop up screenings in NYC.