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[Screening] Alliance Francaise Presents: Cine Club Tuesday Films: Cycle : Let’s Celebrate FRANCOPHONIE

7 March 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 28 March 2017 @ 10:00 pm

S$7 - S$9

Alliance Francaise Presents: Cine Club Tuesday Films: Cycle : Let’s Celebrate FRANCOPHONIE

« Francophonie is a wide country, without borders. It is the one of the French language. It is an internal country. It is the country that is invisible, spiritual, mental, moral and which resides in everyone of us » – (Gilles Vigneault, French Canadian poet and singer-songwriter)

This March, find out more about Francophonie with three movies which celebrate, in their own ways, this borderless and spiritual country. Travel to modern Tunisia with A peine j’ouvre les yeux and modern Cambodia with Diamond Island, two movies which follow the steps of several teenagers around the globe. Get to also experience the encounter between French and Canadian cinemas with the much expected Juste la fin du monde, by young cinema prodigy, Xavier Dolan.


(As I Open My Eyes)
7 March, Tuesday 8pm
Dir. Leyla Bouzid
Tunisia, France, Belgium, UAE l 2015 | Drama | In French and Arabic with English subtitles | 102min | M18 (Some Nudity)


Tunis, Summer 2010, a few months before the Arab Spring. Farah, 18 years old, has just graduated and her family already sees her as a future GP. But she does not feel the same way. She sings in a political rock band. She has a passion for life, enjoys drinking alcohol, experiencing love, against her mother’s will, Hayet, who knows Tunisia and its dangers too well.

Free for AF members; $9.00 (Non-members)

21 March, Tuesday 8pm (Special Screening)
Dir. Davy Chou
France, Cambodia, Germany, Qatar, Thailand l 2016 | Drama | In Khmer with English subtitles | 102min | PG13 (Some coarse language)


Diamond Island is an island located on Phnom Penh’s riverbanks, which has been transformed by land developers to modernize the city and create an ultramodern heaven for rich people. Bora, 18, leaves rural Cambodia to become a construction worker on this vast undertaking. On this island, he will make some friends and even reunite with his missing older brother, Solei, who will introduce Bora to an exciting new world, full of colours and illusions.

Special screening: The movie will be introduced by the director, Davy Chou and the lead actor, Sobon Nuon, and followed by a Q&A.

$7.00 (AF Members); $9.00 (Non-members)

(It’s Only the End of the World)
28 March, Tuesday 8pm (Special Screening)
Dir. Davy Chou
Canada, France l 2015 | Drama | In French with English subtitles | 97min | M18 (Some homosexual content and drug use)


Adapted from a play by Jean-Luc Lagarce, the story follows Louis, a playwright, who comes back to his native village after twelve years of absence, to tell his family that he is dying. Unfortunately, this family reunion will not go as planned.  Between quarrels, not-said things and regrets, this movie scrutinizes the family nucleus and its challenges, behind closed doors.

$7.00 (AF Members); $9.00 (Non-members)

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Event Details:

Date: 7, 21, 28 March, Tuesday

Time: 8pm

Venue: Alliance Francaise

Tickets: $7 (AF Members) – $9 (Non-Members)

Tickets are available through here.

About Alliance Francaise

Alliance française de Singapour was founded in 1949. It is a non-profit educational organization, affiliated to the international network of Alliances françaises whose headquarters, the Fondation Alliance Française, are located in Paris, France.
Alliance française de Singapour is one amongst the 812 Alliances françaises worldwide (found in 137 countries) who serves and gathers a multilingual and multicultural community of Francophiles. Each year, it welcomes around 4000 students of all ages (from 1 year old onwards) eager to learn the French language and explore French culture. It is now hosting the General Delegation of Alliances françaises of South East Asia, making it the flagship of the region.

For many years, Alliance française has offered a great array of performing arts events in its theatre as well as various visual arts exhibition in its gallery becoming a renowned cultural destination.
In the buzzing evolving Singaporean cultural landscape, Alliance française continues to contribute in its modest fashion to the regional influence of the cultural scene of the City-State by positioning itself as a place of artistic expression for emerging artists of all discipline.

It now articulates its cultural programming around three major events: the renowned Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, the Francophonie Festival and the French Animation Film Festival, all jointly organized with the unfailing support of Institut Français Singapour, Ambassade de France. Added to these major events are the Music Fest (Fête de la musique), Bastille Day, the Ciné-Club, the Ciné-Kid, and Ciné-Plus. Lastly, we also offer social events where our public can enjoy a taste of French flavors while using the French language.
Alliance française cultural and educational programming is extremely rich but coherent in achieving its goal: to create a desire of France (and French) to an everlasting greater community of people whose strength is built from cross-cultural understanding which is at the heart of all dialogue.


7 March 2017 @ 8:00 pm
28 March 2017 @ 10:00 pm
S$7 - S$9
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Alliance française de Singapour


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