The 25th edition of the festival will screen at Film at Lincoln Center from March 5 to March 15. The festival will open with the New York premiere of Hirokazu Kore-eda's The Truth, starring Juliette Binoche and Ethan Hawke.

Confirmed to appear in person at the fest are: Stéphane Batut, Juliette Binoche, Pascal Bonitzer, Lucie Borleteau, Maïmouna Doucouré, Bruno Dumont, Ethan Hawke, Mehdi Idir, Cédric Klapisch, Claude Lelouch, Chiara Mastroianni, Mounia Meddour, Safy Nebbou, Nicolas Pariser, Sarah Suco, Alice Winocour and Rebecca Zlotowski.

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NY Rendez-vous Latest Reviews

Joan Of Arc
Joan Of Arc
A sequel to The Childhood Of Joan Of Arc.
Who You Think I Am
Who You Think I Am
A divorced teacher creates a fake Facebook page of a much younger woman and finds herself embarked on an impossible online love affair.
The Truth
The Truth
A reunion between a French cinema star and her daughter descends into confrontation.
Proxima
Proxima
A female astronaut finds the demands of work take their toll on her single-mum relationship with her young daughter.
The Best Years Of A Life
The Best Years Of A Life
A sequel, set decades later, to Un Homme Et Une Femme.
On A Magical Night
On A Magical Night
After 20 years of marriage, Maria decides to leave her husband. She moves into room 212 at the hotel across the street, with a bird’s-eye view of her apartment, her husband and the life she shared with him.

New York's Rendez-Vous With French Cinema Features

Binoche’s object of desire
Newcomer François Civil talks inspiration, secrets and working with a legend
Choosing values
Rebecca Zlotowski on Benoît Magimel, Nuno Lopez, Marie NDiaye’s novel and An Easy Girl
How Binoche seduced Deneuve
Two stars finally rub along famously in The Truth
Evanescent nature
Stéphane Batut on the costumes in Burning Ghost and the importance of American movies
Intertextuality
Rebecca Zlotowski on An Easy Girl, an homage to Éric Rohmer and Les Sauvages
Dream logic
New York Rendez-Vous films Who You Think I Am, Spellbound, On A Magical Night and Deerskin
New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema Early Bird highlights
Joan Of Arc, Alice And The Mayor, Proxima and An Easy Girl
Binoche out of her comfort zone
Director Safy Nebbou on delivering the gift of a role
Down to earth with Alice Winocour
French director to attend Glasgow Film Festival gala opening
Lelouch goes back to the future in Cannes
Love story continues 53 years on

New York's Rendez-Vous With French Cinema News

Film at Lincoln Center temporarily closed
Rendez-Vous with French Cinema abruptly halted
Rendez-Vous with French Cinema in New York opens with The Truth
Juliette Binoche, Ethan Hawke and Adeline Monzier address the event
French delegation cancel trip to NYC Rendez-Vous
Festival move a precaution against coronavirus
25th New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema lineup announced
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s The Truth to open festival
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