French Film Festival 2010

André Téchiné will talk about his career after the screenings at Ciné Lumière, London on November 25 at 8pm (in conversation with Paul Ryan), at Filmhouse, Edinburgh on November 27 at 5.35pm; at Glasgow Film Theatre, on November 28 at 2.30pm and at Stirling MacRobert on November 29 at 6.30pm (all in conversation with Bill Marshall). He will also be present at a public forum at Screen Academy Scotland on November 29 at 2pm (in conversation with Paul Holmes).

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The Innocents The Innocents
The Innocents and Far
Far (Loin) (Country: France; Year: 2001; Director: André Téchiné; Writer: André Téchiné, Faouzi Bensaïdi, Michel Alexandre, Mehdi Ben Attia; Stars: Stéphane Rideau, Lubna Azabal, Mohamed Hamaidi, Yasmina Reza, Jack Taylor, Gaël Morel, Rachida Brakni, Faouzi Bensaïdi, Hamid Basket, Zakariya Ennail, Victor Ramos, Claudine Taulère, Khira Hajji, Philippe Guiguet-Bologne, Nabila Baraka)
Ensemble drama set in Morocco.
The Innocents (Les Innocents) (Country: France; Year: 1987; Director: André Téchiné; Writer: Pascal Bonitzer, André Téchiné; Stars: Sandrine Bonnaire, Jean-Claude Brialy, Simon de La Brosse, Abdellatif Kechiche, Tanya Lopert, Jacques Nolot, Christine Paolini, Marthe Villalonga, Stéphane Onfroy, Marie-France, Pierre Grisoli, Krimo Bouguetof, Philippe Landoulsi)
The lines between love, sex, and politics become blurred when Jeanne (Sandrine Bonnaire), born and raised in northern France, visits the Mediterranean for the ?rst time.
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