Cinema

Xavier de Lauzanne's documentary is a tribute to Marie-France and Christian des Pallières who saved thousands kids from an awful, miserable life. Inspiring and thought provoking.

Paula is so funny, so moving, kind of weird sometimes, and yet so serious and so determined to move forward. Paula is the main character of the French film Montparnasse Bienvenüe. We watched it, we loved it. Let's share our thoughts and feelings...

The Insult... the latest movie by the Lebanese director, Ziad Doueiri, that has been nominated for the the Oscars in the Best Foreign Language Films category, opens in San Francisco and the Bay Area on January 26, 2018.

Novel Cine and Petits Pas worked together to bring the French movie Polina to San Francisco for a unique screening followed by a conversation with Valérie Müller, the co-director. LostinSF is delighted to promote the event.

Highly symbolic is the selection of Back to Burgundy, the latest movie by acclaimed French director Cédric Klapisch, at the upcoming Napa Valley Film Festival.

The Paris Opera, the documentary by Jean-Stéphane Bron, opens in San Francisco and Berkeley on October 27, 2017.

BPM (Beats per Minute), that was showing at the recent Mill Valley Film Festival, opens October 27, 2017 in San Francisco and Berkeley.

As usual, October rhymes with cinema!  The renowned Festival will open October 5, 2017 for 10 days of cinema celebration. At LostinSF, we made our selection, very French one, of 6 films, like 6 ideas to inspire you and to make you want to go.

 

 

The Midwife opened last Spring in France and we owe the movie's amazing casting to see it coming so quickly to our screens in San Francisco and the Bay.

With such a title, there was no way we could miss that French-Belgian movie, Lost in Paris, that opens in San Francisco and the Bay Area.

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