Unmissable this past weekend

It’s never too late to go to the movies during the Fema Festival! There are still three days left to see Pasolini or Delon in theaters. Throughout the weekend, the program schedule remains very rich with nearly forty daily shows at La Coursive and Le Dragon, in the Old Port, concluding on Sunday evening with Dominik Moll’s latest film “La Nuit du twelve”.

Long live the directors!

After opening the festival with “The Five Devils” by Léa Mysius, the La Rochelle Film Festival once again chose a woman for its fiftieth anniversary evening, Friday night. Beautiful sign! Director Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, to whom we owe “easier on the camel” and “a castle in Italy,” will come to present her latest film, “Les Amandiers,” which traces the adventure of the Nanterre school created by director Patrice Chéreau. . In the room, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary, we can count on the presence of many loyal festival directors, including Alain Cavalier or Bertrand Bonello.


Director Valeria Bruni Tedeschi is coming to present her latest film “Les Amandiers”, this Friday, on the 50th anniversary of the evening.

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Brutal art at La Sirene

Friday evening, head to La Sirène, the longtime partner of the La Rochelle Film Festival. On the program: screening of the film “Positive Energy of the Gods” by journalist Leticia Muller, which delves into the heart of the Astereotipie group. Its members Stanislas, Johann, Aurelien and Kevin are young autistic, from an educational medical institute who welcomed them. Their third album, “There’s No One Like Brad Pitt in Drum”! A treat through punk and brutal art, which was worthy of being programmed during Fema. This Friday, July 8, at 8 pm Information and tickets on the website: la-sirene.fr

After two years of black screen, festival-goers have found their way back into the dark rooms of La Rochelle Cinéma Festival


After two years of black screen, festival-goers have found their way back into the dark rooms of La Rochelle Cinéma Festival

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Brad Pitt tomorrow

Brad Pitt, the adorable and sexy actor, will be honored all day Saturday with five of his best feature films. It will begin with Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in … Hollywood” at 9:30 a.m. at The Dragon, continuing with “The Scheme” Bennett Miller at 2 p.m., and then “The Assassination of Jesse James by a Coward” Robert Ford, Followed by “Seven” by David Fincher at 8:45 p.m., to finish with “Fight Club” by the same David Fincher in the main hall at midnight.

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