Tournées Film Festival at the Robinson Film Center

Week-long French film festival in Shreveport featuring 6 films and a dinner with the French Consul.

Tickets available here

Dinner with the French Consul

6 p.m. November 15
$30 (includes Things to Come screening)
Join the new Consul General of France in Louisiana, Vincent Sciama, for a delicious French dinner and a discussion about French cinema and culture.


(all movies in French with English subtitles)

Friday, November 10
3:35 p.m. School of Babel
5:40 p.m. Love at First Fight
7:45 p.m. Things to Come

Saturday, November 11
1:30 p.m. Beauty and the Beast (1946)
3:30 p.m. Love at First Fight
5:35 p.m. Things to Come
7:45 p.m. The Connection

Sunday, November 12
1:45 p.m. Louise by the Shore
3:30 p.m. School of Babel
5:30 p.m. The Connection

Tuesday, November 14
5:30 p.m. Beauty and the Beast (1946)
7:30 p.m. The Connection

Wednesday, November 15
5:30 p.m. Love at First Fight
6:00 p.m. Dinner with French Consul
7:45 p.m. Things to Come

Thursday, November 16
3:55 p.m. Louise by the Shore
5:40 p.m. School of Babel

Beauty and the Beast
Director Jean Cocteau’s film is a masterpiece of French cinema, a fantasy that Cocteau said was “for grown-ups who haven’t lost their childhood.” Romance/Fantasy, 1946, 93 min., NR.

The Connection
If you loved The French Connection, then don’t miss this side of the story told from the perspective of real-life French cop, Pierre Michel (Jean Dujardin, The Artist). Crime, 135 min., R.

Louise by the Shore
When Louise misses the last train out of a seaside resort, she builds a hut on the beach and settles in with a raggedy talking dog and memories of her childhood. Animation, 75 min., NR.

Love at First Fight
He expects nothing; she prepares for the worst. He likes a good laugh. She fights, runs, swims, pushes herself. It’s a love story. Or a story of survival. Or both. Romance/Comedy, 98 min., NR.

School of Babel
School of Babel follows a year in a Paris schoolroom for children who have recently immigrated to France and triumphs in capturing the diversity of their experience. Documentary, 90 min., NR.

Things to Come
Academy Award winner Isabelle Huppert (Elle) is a high school philosophy teacher who remains committed to her intellectual pursuits as her personal life crumbles. Drama, 102 min., PG-13.

Tournées Film Festival is made possible with the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the U.S., the Centre National du Cinéma et de l’Image Animée (CNC), the French American Cultural Fund, Florence Gould Foundation and Highbrow Entertainment. Additional support comes from Centenary Film Society, the Consulate General of France in New Orleans and the Community Foundation of North Louisiana.

Last modified on 02/11/2017

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