The Death of louis XIV / La Mort de Louis XIV (18)

louisAs he comes back from hunting, Louis XIV feels a pain in his leg… Two weeks later, he is deeply ill and has to stay in bed at Versailles. This is the start of the agony of the most important king of France, surrounded by his relatives. For his fourth film Catalan director Abert Serra has crafted a ravishing, darkly witty evocation of 18th-century aristocracy and a neo-classical period piece reminiscent of Visconti and Rossellini.
Cast Jean-Pierre Léaud, Patrick d’Assumçao. Marc Susini, Irène Silvagni, Bernard Belin, Jacques Henric

Director Albert Serra I 2016 I 105mins I UK Distrib New Wave

London Regent Street Cinema     Sun 13 Nov 20:15

Glasgow Film Theatre     Sun 20 Nov 14:20

Dundee Contemporary Arts     Sun 20 Nov 18:00

Newcastle Tyneside Cinema     Sun 27 Nov 13:20

Hereford Courtyard     Sat 3 Dec 18:00

Nottingham Broadway     Tue 6 Dec 17:30

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internsAdImage OPPORTUNITIES - French Film Festival UK Silver Jubilee edition

If you have skills in marketing, design, logistics, sponsorship, advertising and organisation of events or want to learn and work in a franco-scottish environment join the French Film Festival UK team for the 25th edition. You will be based in the French Institute in Edinburgh shortly to move to a new HQ in Lothian Chambers on George IV Bridge. You will work with colleagues from France, Belgium and other French-speaking countries. Knowledge of French would be useful but not essential. You can check out the Festival on the website. Location: Edinburgh City, Glasgow City For further information, please contact richardmowe@mac.com (Richard Mowe), or  Ilona on info@frenchfilmfestival.org.uk 

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