☞ FILM: ‘L’Atelier’ (‘The Workshop’) directed by Laurent Cantet (114 mins)
☞ DATE & TIME: Friday 17th November – cocktail (€4.50, or €6.00 with a packet of popcorn/snack) available from 8pm; screening starts at 9pm
☞ CINEMA: Studio 28, 10 rue Tholozé, Montmartre 75018 Paris
☞ TICKETS: €9 full price; €7.50 for students and all other concessions. Available at the cinema only (please arrive early to avoid disappointment and bring cash as Studio 28 does not accept credit cards)
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Lost in Frenchlation is pleased to announce the screening of ‘L’Atelier’ (‘The Workshop’) with English subtitles, a 2017 Cannes Film Festival selection! ‘L’Atelier’ is both a French drama and thriller directed by Laurent Cantet, best known for his 2008 Palme d’Or-winning film ‘The Class.’ ‘L’Atelier’ depicts a novelist’s relationship with her challenging student as she hosts a writers’ workshop in the south of France. Please join us at Studio 28 on Friday 17th November! Cocktails from 8pm; screening at 9pm.
‘What ‘L’Atelier’ does best is the same as which made ‘The Class’ (Laurent Cantet, 2008) sing: it’s a film which demonstrates that debate, the exchange of ideas, can be as thrilling as any ramped up action flick.’ – The Guardian
Watch the trailer with English subtitles here: youtu.be/MAFGIe6GcBg
The screening will take place at the amazing Studio 28 in the heart of Montmartre – Paris’ oldest cinema room which is also one of the city’s most iconic. Join us from 8pm for a home-made cocktail available from the bar (€4.50, or €6.00 with a packet of popcorn) before the screening starts at 9pm. Tickets available at the door only – please arrive early to avoid disappointment!
‘La Ciotat, the South of France. Antoine attends a summer writing workshop in which a few young people have been selected to write a crime thriller with the help of Olivia, a famous novelist. The creative process will recall the town's industrial past, a form of nostalgia to which Antoine feels indifferent. More concerned with the fears of the modern world, the young man soon clashes with the group and Olivia, who seems at the same time alarmed and captivated by Antoine's violence.’ – Official Synopsis
Join us at Cinema Studio 28 on Friday, 17th November to enjoy ‘L’Atelier’ with English subtitles in true Parisian style – at the cinema!