“French Cinema Now” film festival in San Francisco Oct 28-Nov 4

by Tory Hoen

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Calling all San Francisco film buffs and francophiles … The San Francisco Film Society’s French Cinema Now—a new seven-day annual festival—is taking place from October 28 – November 4.  Co-hosted by the French-American Cultural Society, French Cinema Now “covers a broad spectrum of subject matter and genres and builds a comprehensive picture of the current moment in French cinema.”

In addition to contemporary films by filmmakers such as Michel Gondry and Riad Sattouf, the festival will include screenings of classic films like Truffaut’s “The 400 Blows.”

400 blowsFrancois Truffaut’s “Les Quatre Cents Coups” (The 400 Blows).

All screenings will be held at Landmark’s Clay Theatre (2261 Fillmore Street, San Francisco). For more information on films, to see the schedule or to reserve tickets, click here.

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Written by Tory Hoen for the HiP Paris Blog. Looking for a fabulous vacation rental in Paris, Provence, or Tuscany? Check out Haven in Paris.

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Tory Hoen

After attending Brown University and spending two years in New York, Tory bought a one-way ticket to Paris to pursue her dream of becoming a writer (and of drinking wine at lunch). During her time in the City of Light, she chronicled the euphoric highs and the laughable lows of ex-pat life on her blog, A Moveable Beast. Though she's now based in New York, she travels frequently to Montreal and Brazil, and she'll use just about any excuse to jet to Paris ("I ran out of fleur de sel"). A regular contributor to Hip Paris, Tory also writes for New York Magazine, Time Out New York, and she is a co-author of's Guide To Life After College. View Tory Hoen's Website

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