Evenings with French Filmmakers: Cédric Klapisch

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Nov 7, 2003


This fall, Unifrance and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs are inaugurating a series of master classes with French filmmakers at eight American universities, and The Museum of Modern Art’s Department of Film and Media is hosting special public screenings. On November 7, Cédric Klapisch presents the New York premiere of his new film, Not for, or against (Quite the Contrary), a gutsy departure from his immensely popular comedies When the Cat’s Away (1996) and L’Auberge espagnole (2002).

Organized by Joshua Siegel and Florence Charmasson, Unifrance, Paris.

Special thanks to Catherine Verret-Vimont, Unifrance/French Film Office, New York; Marie Bonnel, Cultural Services of the French Embassy, New York; Antoine Khalife, Unifrance, Paris; and Jay Anania.


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