Tag Archives: French Film Festival

FFF:Le Skylab – Julie Delpy does family

I’ve just spent a delightful couple of hours romping through Julie Delpy’s childhood – or at least one particular part of her childhood. Julie Delpy is a woman of roughly the same age as me, and even though we lived and grew up in different countries it turns out there are many similarities in our upbringing. The […]

FFF: Paris-Manhattan review

I saw this little flick tonight at the French film Festival. OK – It’s not the Charlotte Rampling documentary, nor is the final night screening of Francois Truffaut’s The Last Metro (how much do you think I can’t wait for THAT one!!) but it was a very pleasant way to spend a couple of hours. […]

French Film Festival

Well, the French Film Festival started for me today and it looks like I have a series of joyful happy days ahead of me. This is my second favorite event on the Sydney calendar – my first being our world class writers festival. The mood is jumping here tonight … ripe with cliche(d) striped shirts and berets! […]