Category Archives: CINEMA

”Slalom” at The Projector

The Projector presents “Slalom”, In collaboration with Institut Français, Best First Film Nominee, César Awards 2022, in theatres since 19 May 2021.   100% on Rotten Tomatoes. An uncomfortable but powerful drama about sports mentorship and abuse. A debut feature by Charlène Favier and with a compelling performance by actress Noée Abita.   Directed by: […]


As part as their latest “French Excellence” programme about Notre-Dame de Paris, Alliance Française de Singapour invites you in their theatre, to join the firefighters during their battle on the night of the fire in 2019, as well as to better understand the know-hows involved in its restoration.   First, discover an immense documentary looking […]

“Lost Illusions” at the European Film Festival 2022

France is the featured country at this year’s European Film Festival and will present the film “Lost Illusions” (“Illusions perdues”), an adaptation of French novelist and playwright Honoré de Blazac’s classic novel of the same name. The film won seven César Awards (2022) – the most prestigious Film Awards in France – including Best Film, […]


On Friday 29 April, at 7.45pm, experience the French film “Les Parfums” (PG) at Singapore’s silent seaside cinema, Cinewav @ Marina at Keppel Bay.   The featuring movie, “Les Parfums” (PG), depicts Anne Walberg a master in perfumes. She creates fragrances and sells her incredible gift to many companies. She is a diva, selfish and temperamental. […]

“The Price of Parenting” at Shaw Theatres

Presented at the 37th French Film Festival, “The Price of Parenting” (“Mes très chers enfants”) is released on 14 April 2022 at Shaw Theatres! The film is about two lonely parents who concoct a scheme to get their kids interested in them again –  do not miss this light-hearted and heart-warming comedy to be enjoyed […]

“Notre-Dame” at Alliance Française

Alliance Française de Singapour unveils their new “French Excellence” programme, “Notre-Dame” exactly three years after the fire that partially ravaged the cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris. This new programme includes four talks, three exhibitions, two film screenings, a musical and much more. Part of the UNESCO World Heritage site of “Paris Banks of the Seine”, Notre-Dame is […]