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  • Cinema: Tu mérites un amour

    Wednesday 20 October 14:00-15:45

    After Rémi’s infidelity, Lila has a hard time dealing with their break-up. One day, he announces that he will travel alone to Bolivia to try to understand his mistakes.


  • Cinema: Tu mérites un amour

    Wednesday 20 October 18:45-20:30

    After Rémi’s infidelity, Lila has a hard time dealing with their break-up. One day, he announces that he will travel alone to Bolivia to try to understand his mistakes.


  • Ciné-Kids: Selection of short animated films

    Saturday 23 October 10:30-11:30

    Our Ciné-Kids screenings are back once a month on Saturday. Free admission for all members of the IFE. The selection this week is a selection of short films.


  • Cinema: Trois jours et une vie

    Wednesday 27 October 14:00-16:00

    Christmas 1999, in a peaceful little village in the Ardennes. The life of a young boy named Antoine will soon be devastated by three tragic events : the death of a dog, the vanishing of a child, and a big ravaging storm.


  • Cinema: Trois jours et une vie

    Wednesday 27 October 18:45-20:45

    Christmas 1999, in a peaceful little village in the Ardennes. The life of a young boy named Antoine will soon be devastated by three tragic events : the death of a dog, the vanishing of a child, and a big ravaging storm.


  • Cinema: Il était une forêt

    Wednesday 3 November 14:00-15:30

    Written and directed by Luc Jaquet, Once Upon a Forest invites the spectator into a never-before-seen world of natural wonder and staggering beauty. For the first time, we will be able to watch a rainforest growing before our eyes.


  • Cinema: Il était une forêt

    Wednesday 3 November 18:45-20:10

    Written and directed by Luc Jaquet, Once Upon a Forest invites the spectator into a never-before-seen world of natural wonder and staggering beauty. For the first time, we will be able to watch a rainforest growing before our eyes.


  • Cinema: L’Âme du vin

    Wednesday 10 November 14:00-15:45

    Wine is birthed from the encounter between land, sky, and Man. Each year in Burgundy, the success of its vintage is a veritable epic.


  • Cinema: L’Âme du vin

    Wednesday 10 November 18:45-20:30

    Wine is birthed from the encounter between land, sky, and Man. Each year in Burgundy, the success of its vintage is a veritable epic.


  • Cinema: Le salaire de la peur

    Friday 12 November 18:00-20:00

    We are delighted to welcome the Edinburgh Film Guild for a series of screenings taking place once a month, on Fridays until December 2021. This film this month is Le salaire de la peur


  • Cinema: Le sel des larmes

    Wednesday 17 November 14:00-15:45

    A provincial youngster who travels up to Paris to sit an entrance exam for a "grande école". His path crosses that of a young woman and they strike up a short-lived relationship.


  • Cinema: Le sel des larmes

    Wednesday 17 November 18:45-20:30

    A provincial youngster who travels up to Paris to sit an entrance exam for a "grande école". His path crosses that of a young woman and they strike up a short-lived relationship.


  • Ciné-Family: Calamity

    Saturday 20 November 10:30-12:00

    1863, a convoy in the American West, Martha Jane needs to learn how to take care of horses to drive the family wagon. Except she ends up wearing pants and cutting her hair. The scandal that its stark character provokes will force to face all the dangers in a gigantic and wild world where everything is possible.


  • Cinema: Play

    Wednesday 24 November 14:00-16:00

    In 1993, Max was 13 when he was offered his first camera and filmed friends, loves, successes, failures for 25 years. From the 90s to the 2010s, it is the portrait of a generation that emerges through its lens.


  • Cinema: Play

    Wednesday 24 November 18:45-20:40

    In 1993, Max was 13 when he was offered his first camera and filmed friends, loves, successes, failures for 25 years. From the 90s to the 2010s, it is the portrait of a generation that emerges through its lens.


  • Cinema: Les choses qu’on dit les choses qu’on fait

    Wednesday 1 December 14:00-16:00

    Waiting for her boyfriend to join her on a country vacation, three months pregnant Daphne bonds with his cousin Maxime, and their shared intimacy brings them closer together into a full fledged love affair.


  • Cinema: Les choses qu’on dit les choses qu’on fait

    Wednesday 1 December 18:45-20:45

    Waiting for her boyfriend to join her on a country vacation, three months pregnant Daphne bonds with his cousin Maxime, and their shared intimacy brings them closer together into a full fledged love affair.


  • Cinema: Madame De...

    Friday 3 December 18:00-20:00

    We are delighted to welcome the Edinburgh Film Guild for a series of screenings taking place once a month, on Fridays until December 2021. The film this month is Madame De...


  • Cinema: La Vie scolaire

    Wednesday 8 December 14:00-16:00

    The daily life of a school located in Saint Denis.


  • Cinema: La Vie scolaire

    Wednesday 8 December 18:45-20:45

    The daily life of a school located in Saint Denis.


  • Ciné-Family: Petit Vampire

    Saturday 11 December 10:30-12:00

    A friendship forms between a never-aging 10-year-old vampire and an orphan schoolboy, but a moon headed monster throws obstacles in their paths.


  • Cinema: Adieu les cons

    Wednesday 15 December 14:00-15:30

    When 43-year-old hairdresser Suze Trappet decides to go looking for a child she was forced to abandon, she crosses paths with JB, a 50-year-old man in the middle of a burnout, and Mr. Blin, a blind archivist prone to overenthusiasm. The unlikely trio set off on a hilarious and poignant helter-skelter journey across the city in search of Suze’s long-lost child.


  • Cinema: Adieu les cons

    Wednesday 15 December 18:45-20:15

    When 43-year-old hairdresser Suze Trappet decides to go looking for a child she was forced to abandon, she crosses paths with JB, a 50-year-old man in the middle of a burnout, and Mr. Blin, a blind archivist prone to overenthusiasm. The unlikely trio set off on a hilarious and poignant helter-skelter journey across the city in search of Suze’s long-lost child.


 
Institut Français Écosse 2021