The 27th edition of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema will take place at Film at Lincoln Center from March 3–13, opening with Claire Denis' Fire.

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Both Sides Of The Blade
Both Sides Of The Blade
Sara has been in a stable, loving relationship with Jean for years. But then a man from their past reappears and, without warning, an old passion reignites.
Between Two Worlds
Between Two Worlds
Marianne Winckler, a well-known author, goes to live in northern France to research for her new book on the subject of job insecurity. Without revealing her true identity, she gets hired as a cleaner, working with a group of other women.
A Tale Of Love And Desire
A Tale Of Love And Desire
Ahmed’s world is thrown off-balance when he encounters Farah, newly-arrived from Tunis, who challenges everything he thought he knew.
Deception
Deception
An American novelist living for a time in London converses with his wife, his mistress, and other female characters he may have dreamed up.
Paris, 13th District
Paris, 13th District
Émilie meets Camille who is attracted to Nora, who crosses paths with Amber. Three girls and a boy - They're friends, sometimes lovers and often both.
Anaïs In Love
Anaïs In Love
A woman in her early thirties goes full steam ahead in pursuit of experiences which come and go at a fast pace.
Madeleine Collins
Madeleine Collins
Judith manages a busy double life between Switzerland and France. On the one hand there's Abdel, with whom she has a little girl, and on the other Melvil, with whom she has two older boys. Gradually, this delicate balancing act starts to crack.
Robust
Robust
An actor forges and unlikely friendship with the woman assigned to provide him with security.
Secret Name
Secret Name
Nelie escapes a miserable existence by becoming a frontline nurse in 1914 and goes on to discover emancipation can come with a price.
Everything Went Fine
Everything Went Fine
A father asks for help to die.
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New York's Rendez-Vous With French Cinema Features

Baptism of fire with Audiard
Paris, 13th District star Lucie Zhang on intimacy, acting techniques and Cannes high heels
Echoing stories
Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet on Anaïs In Love (Les Amours d'Anaïs)
The road to Madeleine
Antoine Barraud on Hitchcock, double lives and Madeleine Collins
Marceau takes the plunge with Ozon
The Everything Went Fine star talks death, desire, choices and corsets
Philip Roth calling
Arnaud Desplechin on Deception and a conversation with Philip Roth
Love and sex in lockdown
Audiard gets under the covers with young singles in Paris, 13th District
A Robust approach
Constance Meyer on writing for Gérard Depardieu and Déborah Lukumuena in her debut film
Completing the trip
Bertrand Tavernier on Jacques Becker, Claude Sautet, Jean-Pierre Melville and his Journey Through French Cinema.
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