Films on the Beach 2018 - Free French movies!
Films on the Beach Announces 2018 lineup
Focused on The Five Senses
November 1 – 29, 2018
On the theme of the Five Senses, the festival (free) will present Cléo from 5 to 7 (1962) by Agnès Varda, Games of Love and Chance (2004) by Abdellatif Kechiche, Haute Cuisine (2012) by Christian Vincent, Django (2017) by Etienne Comar, Ava (2017) by Léa Mysius, and Children of Paradise (1946) by Marcel Carné.
WHAT: Free French film festival in Miami Beach with outdoor and indoor screenings, featuring 6 films from 1946 to 2017 around the theme of the 5 senses.
WHEN: Every Thursday at 8pm : Nov 1st, 8th , 15th , 29th , 2018. Special indoor screenings on Nov 11th & 18th, 2018.
Miami Beach Soundscape at New World Symphony: 400 17th St, Miami Beach FL 33139
O Cinema: 500 - 71st St, Miami Beach FL 33141
Miami Beach Cinematheque: 1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach FL 33140
PROGRAM: curated by Diliana Alexander, Founder and Executive Director of FILMGATE MIAMI
Miami Beach Soundscape (outdoor screenings) on Thursdays: 400 17th St, Miami Beach FL 33139
Thursday Nov 1 - 8pm: Cléo from 5 to 7 (1962) by Agnès Varda
Thursday Nov 8 - 8pm: Games of Love and Chance (2004) by Abdellatif Kechiche
Thursday Nov 15 -8pm: Haute Cuisine (2012) by Christian Vincent
Thursday Nov 29 - 8pm: Django (2017) by Etienne Comar
Special (indoor screenings) on Sundays:
Sunday Nov 11 – 1pm: Ava (2017) by Léa Mysius
O Cinema Miami Beach 500 - 71st Street, Miami Beach FL 33141
Sunday Nov 18 - 7:30pm: Children of Paradise (1946) by Marcel Carné
Miami Beach Cinematheque – 1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach FL 33140
Admission is free and open to the public. All films are in French subtitled in English.
Films on the Beach is presented by the French Embassy Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Miami, The France Florida Foundation for the Arts and the City of Miami Beach Cultural Affairs Program, in partnership with Filmgate Miami, Miami Beach Cinematheque, O Cinema, and French Weeks Miami, and with the support of TV5Monde and Miami Dade County Cultural Affairs.
VIEW VIDEO ON FILMS ON THE BEACH 2017