The 28th edition of New York's Rendez-Vous with French Cinema will run from March 2 to 12. It will open with Alice Winocour’s Paris Memories (Revoir Paris) starring Virginie Efira, with Winocour and Efira in person at the screening. Among the film's screening is Dominik Moll's The Night Of The 12th, which dominated this year's Césars.

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Saturn Bowling
Saturn Bowling
Police detective Guillaume decides to gift the family bowling alley to his estranged half-brother following the death of their father only for their elationship to become further strained by a series of murders.
Mother And Son
Mother And Son
In the late 1980s, Rose moves from the Ivory Coast to the Paris suburbs with her two young sons, Ernest and Jean. Spanning 20 years from their arrival in France to the present day, the film is the chronicle of the construction and deconstruction of a family.
The Night Of The 12th
The Night Of The 12th
It is said that every investigator has a crime that haunts them, a case that hurts him more than the others, without him necessarily knowing why. For Yohan that case is the murder of Clara.
The Five Devils
The Five Devils
Eight-year-old Vicky possesses a special power: a hyperacute sense of smell. She spends her days exploring this gift, and lives happily with her mother Joanne, a swimming teacher whom she adores exclusively - to the despair of her firefighter father. When her mysterious aunt Julia suddenly reappears in their lives, secrets from their past resurface both violently and magically.
Other People's Children
Other People's Children
A childless woman forms a deep bond with her boyfriend's young daughter.
Winter Boy
Winter Boy
Set over the course of one winter, a 17-year-old high school student struggles with grief.
Smoking Causes Coughing
Smoking Causes Coughing
Tobacco Force are superhero avengers, preparing for their clash with the mighty Lezardin. But what if the real horrors are the stories they tell to each other along the way?
The Green Perfume
The Green Perfume
Crime caper sees an actor caught up in international intrigue after the death of a member of his troupe.
The Worst Ones
The Worst Ones
Film within a film about a group of youngsters who are street cast and how it changes their lives.
Paris Memories
Paris Memories
A woman is caught up in a Paris terror attack and three months on she tries to piece together her memory.
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Director blown away by 'amazing' Adèle
Léa Mysius and Exarchopoulos talk about The Five Devils
This desire for reconciliation
Christophe Honoré on Alain Resnais, Catherine Breillat, Jacques Demy, Wim Wenders and Kenneth Lonergan
From super-heroes to Dali
It’s a mad world according to Smoking Makes You Cough director Quentin Dupieux
Stylish and very Desplechinesque
Melvil Poupaud on Arnaud Desplechin, Marion Cotillard, Forest Whitaker and Jack Nicholson
The dark side of Arnaud
Melvil Poupaud on Brother and Sister, Arnaud Desplechin, Mathieu Amalric, Eric Rohmer and Woody Allen
Blending biography with fiction
Christophe Honoré and his young star Paul Kircher talk about grief and hope in Winter Boy
Lacoste is clear
Actor Vincent on grief and working with Christophe Honoré on Winter Boy and his hopes for the future
A good team
Arnaud Desplechin on Grégoire Hetzel, Yorick Le Saux, Deception, Marion Cotillard and Frère Et Sœur

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