The Carte Noire IFI French Film Festival continues today with a great chance to catch 3 films screened earlier in the festival that you may have missed.
The day’s screenings begin with Katell Quillévéré’s realist drama Suzanne, which portrays the relationship of two motherless sisters.
Next up is Going Away (pictured), Nicole Garcia’s drama about a supply teacher and a lonely young boy who become unlikely friends. The film was awarded the Special Presentation at the Toronto International Film Festival 2013.
Finally Guillaume Gallienne’s Me Myself and Mum screens later tonight. Adapted from his own successful one-man theatre show, Gallienne’s film tackles his sexually confused youth and is bound to please its audience with its comic charm.
Thursday, 28th November 2013:
Going Away (Un beau dimanche)
Me Myself and Mum (Les Garcons et Guillaume, a Table!)
Tickets for all IFI French Film Festival films are on sale now at the IFI Box Office on 01 679 3477 and can also be booked on www.ifi.ie where you can find full details for all the films screening at the Carte Noir IFI French Film Festival, which runs 20th November – 1st December, 2013.