The 29th edition of New York's Rendez-Vous with French Cinema will run from February 29 to March 10. It opens with The Animal Kingdom.

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Red Island
Red Island
Set in Madagascar in the early 1970s, on one of the last air bases of the French army, where military families live the last throes of colonialism. Influenced by his reading of the intrepid comic book heroine Fantômette, ten-year-old Thomas sweeps with a curious glance what surrounds him, while the world gradually opens up to a different reality.
All To Play For
All To Play For
A mum battles to get her child back after an injury while she was out sees him taken into care.
Marguerite's Theorem
Marguerite's Theorem
The life of a maths genius shifts after she makes a mistake.
The Animal Kingdom
The Animal Kingdom
Sci-fi adventure set in a world where humans are mutating into "creatures".

New York's Rendez-Vous With French Cinema Features

Making a scene
Pascal Bonitzer on ghosts, Henry James, Encore, La Bande Des Quatre and Auction
Campillo’s swipe at 'paradise'
Red Island director trounces childhood demons and colonisation in the sun
Playing with expectations
Pascal Bonitzer on Léa Drucker, Olivier Rabourdin, Last Summer and Auction

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