[FrenchFilmNews] Tickets are now on sale for our 9th WINTER SHORT FILM SCREENING - March 5, Crest Theatre. And other fun events with a French flavor are happening in Sac...
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* 15th SFFFJUNE 17-26, 2016 *
*"THE REGION'S PREMIER FILM EVENT" Carla Meyer - Sacramento Bee*
* 9th WINTER FRENCH SHORT FILM SCREENING Featuring the 2016 CÉSAR NOMINATED
*SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 2016 - CREST THEATREDoors at 6pm - Films at 7pm*
*TICKETS NOW ON SALE! <https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1054371>*
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*IT IS AWARD SEASON IN FRANCE TOO...**Purchase your tickets here!
*Our 9th WINTER FRENCH SHORT FILM SCREENING will present the short films
nominated for a 2016 CÉSAR (French Academy Award) in the ANIMATION and
* After the films, the audience will be invited to vote for the “Sacramento
César Awards.” *The 40th César Ceremony will have been held a week earlier,
on Friday, February 26 (no spoilers!) and the César Winners will be
announced at the end of the evening, along with the results of the audience
*Will Sacramento agree with the César Academy? We’ll find out on March 5!*
- *Doors at 6pm / Films at 7pm*
- *$11 General Admission *(includes a $0.75 Crest facility fee)
- *Tickets will be available at the door*
- *Tickets can be purchased in advance* at the Crest Box Office and on
- All films are presented in French with *English subtitles *
- *French Pop with DJ Christophe*
- *No Host Bar*
*OTHER SAC ART EVENTSWITH A FRENCH FLAVOR*
*M5 ARTS Presents*
*ART HOTEL <http://m5arts.com/> 7th & L Street - Downtown SacFebruary 5-13,
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At 7th and L Streets in Sacramento, there is an abandoned hotel and
apartment building slated to be demolished for renovation in Spring 2016.
Throughout the month of January, two months before its scheduled demise, 30
artists from around the world will transform the building, and its 14
rooms, kitchens, hallways and restrooms into an immersive, temporary,
multi-discipline art exhibit - including exhibitions, salons, lectures,
film premieres, book debuts, musical performances, and artist receptions...
This ephemeral show opens on Friday, February 5th, and close on Saturday,
February 13th. Forever.
More info on the project can be found here <http://m5arts.com/>!
Among the various arts happenings, there will be a
*SHORT FILM SCREENING on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5 at 6pm.* The screening will
include experimental works by legendary French filmmakers *CHANTAL ACKERMAN
*& *AGNÈS* *VARDA.*
*MARSHALL HOTEL LOBBY*- *6pm* (7th & L Streets - Downtown Sacramento).
Seating is limited to 30 people but films will be shown in a loop!
Following this inaugural screening, films will also be presented every
evening at Ruhstaller Brewery (630 K St, Sacramento) till February 13. *Find
more information here.* <http://m5arts.com/>
*THE MONDAVI CENTER Presents THE TRIPLETS OF BELLEVILLE A CINE-CONCERT
*Friday, March 4, 2016 - 8pm*
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Featuring *THE TRIPLETS OF BELLEVILLE*
A film by Sylvain Chomet
& *LE TERRIBLE ORCHESTRE DE BELLEVILLE*
with composer Benoît Charest
*Friday, March 4, 2016 - 8pm*
*Find more Information here!
*YOU CAN HELP US BETTER PLAN OUR 15th ANNIVERSARY EDITION BY MAKING A
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*15th SFFF, June 17-26 2016 www.SacramentoFrenchFilmFestival.org
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