French Cult Classics at The Projector

French made, cult status – the essentials in every cinephile’s list. To kickstart the New Year, The Projector is showing some of the favourite and successful French titles. Limited screenings! Do not miss the chance to catch these award-winning films!


Rating: M18

20th Anniversary Restored Edition

Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet

Cast : Audrey Tautou, Mathieu Kassovitz, Rufus, Yolande Moreau

5 Oscar Nominations for Best Foreign Language Film, Screenplay, Art Direction-Set Decoration, Cinematography and Sound.

César Awards Winner for Best Director, Film, Music and Production Design

Synopsis: Before Emily in Paris, we had the adorable Amélie Poulain from Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s award-winning classic. A shy waitress by day and a wish-granting do-gooer by night, Amélie steps out of her introverted bubble when she discovers her magical knack for helping people. Playing a match maker one second and a guardian angel the next, Amélie’s powers are put to the test when she meets the handsome stranger of her dreams.

Limited screenings! For more details and to book the tickets: HERE



Lecinquieme Element

Rating: NC16

Directed by Luc Besson

Cast: Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich, Gary Oldman, Maïwenn, Mathieu Kassovitz

César Awards Winner for Best Cinematography, Production Design and Director

Oscar Nominee for Best Effects

Synopsis: The year is 2257 and Bruce Willis stars as Korben Dallas, a retired-soldier-turned-NYC-cabbie who lands himself one big responsibility when a woman falls through the roof of this cab during a shift. She turns out to be no ordinary passenger and Korben needs to reunite her with four others in a bid to save the world from the Great Evil in this colourful sci-fi epic.

Limited screenings! For more details and to book the tickets: HERE



La Haine

Rating: NC16

Directed by Mathieu Kassovitz

Cast: Vincent Cassel, Hubert Koundé, Saïd Taghmaoul

Cannes Film Festival Best Director winner and Palme d’Or Nominee

Synopsis: Inspired by the real-life 1993 incident where a cop shot a young man by “accident” while in police custody, Mathieu Kassovitz’s black and white masterpiece countdowns to the 20-hour period of three friends after a night of rioting in the suburbs of Paris. Vinz, Hubert and Saïd await the news of a friend in critical condition after a police confrontation as the night strews in hostility and violence.

Limited screenings! For more details and to book the tickets: HERE



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Rating : PG

Directed by Luc Besson

Cast : Anne Parillaud, Tchéky Karyo, Jean-Hugues Anglade, Jeanne Moreau, Jean Reno

César Awards Winner for Best Actress

Golden Globes Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film

Synopsis: Nikita, a teen felony is sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a policeman but a secret government agency decides otherwise. Given a new lease of life as a top-secret spy-assassin, the femme fatale returns to society as a talented killer but her romance with a sweet grocery store clerk soon becomes her Achilles’ heel in her costly price for freedom.

Limited screenings! For more details, and to book the tickets: HERE



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Rating: PG

Directed by Luc Besson

Cast: Jean Reno, Gary Oldman, Natalie Portman, Maïwenn

7 César Awards nominations for Best Film, Actor, Director, Cinematography, Music, Editing and Sound

Synopsis: After a brutal family murder that leaves Mathilda (played by Natalie Portman) as a 12-year-old orphan, she trades her future into the reluctant hands of Léon (played by Jean Reno), the neighbour who lives down the hall. An avid plant caretaker on the outside, Léon doubles up as the top hitman in New York and the duo form a deadly force as Mathilda learns the ropes to avenge her family’s deaths.

Limited screenings! For more details, and to book the tickets: HERE