Welcome to our French film educational and grant program for US universities and colleges!
APPLICATION FOR ANNUAL FESTIVAL GRANT OPENS MAY 9, 2022 THROUGH JUNE 10, 2022
Designed to expand access to French cinema and support film programming at American colleges and universities, Albertine Cinémathèque’s annual film selection engages with the greatest issues of our time, while nurturing an enduring love for this diverse and evolving art form.
Albertine Cinémathèque provides extensive resources to its members including a list of films handpicked by its committee for on campus events, semi-annual virtual film series for in class discussions and many opportunities to bring filmmakers into the conversation with students.
Albertine Cinematheque continues to support French film festivals on campus with its annual Festival Grant. Grantees will be selected by a committee of university faculty and will receive a grant of up to $2,200.
US universities and colleges faculty can become a member of Albertine Cinémathèque for free!
Albertine Cinémathèque Members can:
We look forward to working with you.
Albertine Cinémathèque Committee Picks 2022/2023
Contemporary and classic films are available for on-campus film festivals or events, highlight the multiplicity of vision and style that characterizes French cinema today.
Members can book those films with the distributors for on campus events or festivals. More information about each film coming soon. Please note that the films from the 21/22 Film Selection will still be available for 2022/2023 bookings.
CONTEMPORARY FILMS released in the US in 2021/2022:
Ahed’s knee (Le genou d’Ahed)
by Nadav Lapid (Kino Lorber)
by Valérie Lemercier (Roadside Attractions)
by Paul Verhoeven (IFC Films)
by Mia Hansen-Løve (IFC Films)
by Bruno Dumont (Kino Lorber)
by Fanny Liatard & Jérémy Trouilh (Cohen Media Group)
Gallantes Indies (Les Indes Gallantes)
by Philippe Béziat (Distrib Films US)
by Audrey Diwan (IFC Films)
by Aurel (Distrib Films US)
Lingui, the Sacred Bonds (Lingui, Les liens sacrés)
by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun (MUBI)
Lost Illusions (Les Illusions Perdues)
by Xavier Giannoli (Music Box Films)
The Monopoly of Violence (Un pays qui se tient sage)
by David Dufresne (Big World Pictures)
A Night of knowing nothing (Toute une nuit sans savoir)
by Payal Kapadia (The Cinema Guild)
A Tale of Love and Desire (Une histoire d’amour et de désir)
by Leyla Bouzid (Distrib Films US)
The Velvet queen (La Panthère des neiges)
by Marie Amiguet & Vincent Munier (Oscilloscope Films)
by Alice Diop (MUBI)
Last year at Marienbad (L’année dernière à Marienbad) (1961)
by Alain Resnais (Rialto Pictures)
Mr Klein (Monsieur Klein) (1976)
by Joseph Losey (Rialto Pictures)
The Red Circle (Le cercle rouge) (1970)
by Jean-Pierre Melville (Rialto Pictures)
The Antoine Doinel films by François Truffaut (4 feature films + 1 short) (Janus Films):
400 Blows (Les 400 coups) (1959)
Stolen Kisses (Baisers Volés) (1968)
Bed and Board (Domicile Conjugal) (1970)
Love on the Run (L’Amour en fuite) (1979)
Antoine and Colette (From the short film collection: L’amour à 20 ans) (1962)
Albertine Cinémathèque Film Series 2022/2023
The Film Series presents films exploring a different theme each semester, allowing members to build into their curricula and encouraging students to dive deeper into key issues, using films as an inspiring educational tool. Through Albertine Cinémathèque, students also have the opportunity to reflect and exchange with various filmmakers virtually or in-person.
All films will be made available to members and their students on FestivalScope. Full lineup will be announced soon.
Fall Film Series: Solidarity and Resilience in French Cinema
This Film Series explores the works of a younger generation of filmmakers such as Fanny Liatard, Jérémy Trouilh, and Alice Diop, whose work follows the inhabitants of French urban peripheries, and the ways that they draw strength and resilience through solidarity.
Spring Film Series: Women’s Voices in Francophone Cinema
This Film Series explores the work of women filmmakers including Leyla Bouzid and Aïssa Maïga, and considers their rising role in spotlighting issues of race, gender, climate and more.
And our wonderful committee members and all the distributors of the films included in our Committee Picks list.
Film Selection Committee:
Florence Almozini, Nicholas Elliott, Harris Dew, Delphine Selles-Alvarez
Festival Grant Selection Committee:
Anne Kern, Jamie Berthe, Sam Di lorio
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