The Artist

(France, 2011; 100 min.)

Dir.: Michael Hazanavicius
Stars: Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo, John Goodman

A fan of a silent film icon gets a part after they meet by chance; she flourishes in talking pictures as he flounders.



A Cat in Paris

(France, 2010; 70 min.)

Dir.: Jean Loup Felicioli, Alain Gagnol
Stars: Dominique Blanc, Bernadette Lafont, Bruno Salomone

A cat who secretly aids a burglar must come to the rescue of a young girl who is captured by gangsters. Animated.



Amour

(France, 2012; 127 min.)

Dir.: Michael Heneke
Stars: Jean-Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva, Isabelle Huppert

A musician in his eighties cares for his wife after she suffers a stroke.




The Age of Innocence

(U.S., 1993; 139 min.)

Dir.: Martin Scorcese
Stars: Daniel Day Lewis, Michelle Pfieffer, Winona Ryder

A A nineteenth-century man attempts to aid his prospective wife's divorced cousin, a woman he is strongly attracted to.


The Hedgehog

(France, 2009; 100 min.)

Dir.: Mona Achache
Stars: Josiane Balasco, Garance Le Guillermic, Togo Igawa

An intelligent but bored girl, determined to end her life, meets kindred spirits who cause her to question her decision.



Monsieur Lazhar

(Canada, 2011; 94 min.)

Dir.: Phillippe Felardeau
Stars: Mohamed Fellag, Sophie Nelisse, Emilien Neron

An Algerian who replaces a suicide risks deportation in order to help his students cope with ther grief.


Intouchables

France, 2011; 112 min.)

Dir.: Oliver Nakache, Eric Toledano
Stars: Francois Cluzet, Omar Sy, Anne Le Ny

An aristocratic quadriplegic challenges a poor young man to be his caretaker to prove his worthiness to recieve unemployment.


The Philadelphia Story

(U.S., 1940; 112 min.)
Dir.: George Cukor
Stars: Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant, James Stewart

A smug aristocratic woman has to endure gossip magazine reporters and her ex-husband as her second wedding nears.


*Double Feature*

Thin Man

(U.S., 1934; 91 min.)

Dir.: W.S. Van Dyke
Stars: William Powell, Myrna Loy

Married detectives attempt to find a missing inventor.

After the Thin Man

(U.S., 1936; 112 min.)
Dir.: W.S. Van Dyke
Stars: William Powell, Myrna Loy, James Stewart

Nick Charles agrees to search for the husband of Nora's cousin, but discovers he's been murdered.

Back to the Future

(U.S., 1985; 116 min.)
Dir.: Robert Zemeckis
Stars: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Crispin Glover

A teenager travels thirty years back and has to sset things right with his parents after unwittingly changing their history.

Gone with the Wind

(U.S., 1939; 233 min.)
Dir.: Victor Fleming
Stars: Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Olivia De Havilland

The struggles and triumphs of a well-born Southern woman before and after the American Civil War.



Screening Times and Location

Cameron International Film Club Tourmee French DVD Festival, 21st-23rd and 28-30 August, 7 p.m. - Cameron University Theater. French with English subtitles. Made Possible by the Lectures and Concerts Committee

All films are DVD presentations, screened at 7:30 p.m. on Friday evenings in the CETES Conference Center, Room B, and presented free of admission charge. PLEASE NOTE THE 6:30 P.M. START TIME FOR THE 3rd OCTOBER AND 14th NOVEMBER PRESENTATIONS.