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French Film Festival: 16 levers de soleil

Sun, Mar 10 / 5 pm
Directed by Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff
2018, France, 117 min
French with English subtitles

On November 17th 2016, French ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet took off for his first mission on the International Space Station. For six months, 450 kilometres from Earth where the world seems to fade into the unknown, a dialogue is established between the astronaut and Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic The Little Prince, which he brought with him to the space station. A visually stunning documentary with a lively jazz score by Guillaume Perret, witness a young astronaut’s awe as he realizes his dreams.


Alliance Française du Manitoba is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to teaching and promoting French and its diverse culture. For the 5th time, the Alliance Française’s French Film Festival, curated by Damien Ferland and Alan Nobili, will give Winnipeggers the opportunity to see a diverse selection of French feature-length movies.

 Co-presented by TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival 

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An Astonishing beauty. -La Parisien
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