Full and Half Festival Passes will not be sold after July 10. Passes purchased online or by phone will be held at a ticket desk. All Festival Passes must be redeemed at an open ticket desk for a ticket to the desired film. One ticket per film per pass. Festival Pass tickets are only guaranteed until 20 minutes before the showtime. Passes are non-transferrable. No refunds or exchanges; passes are not replaced if lost or stolen.
Please use the Huntington Avenue Entrance for films on Saturdays and Sundays starting at 6 pm or later. Doors open 30 minutes before showtime.
In between film screenings, please exit the auditorium and take your belongings so we can set-up for the next film. Belongings left behind will be turned into the lost and found and can be retrieved at the end of your visit.
Film Scrips are not valid for The Boston French Film Festival.
All films are in French with English subtitles.
The Boston French Film Festival is co-presented with the Cultural Services Office of the French Consulate in Boston.
Co-sponsored by TV5 Monde.
The Boston French Film Festival is coordinated by Carter Long, Katharine Stone White Curator of Film and Video, Kristen Lauerman and Brittany Holiday. Emmanuelle Marchand and Eric Jausseran assisted the selection process.
Additional support provided by the French Cultural Center.
The Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Film Program at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is funded by the Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family Foundation.
Film at the MFA is sponsored by Bank of America.
Also made possible with endowment support from the Katharine Stone White Film Fund, the Museum Film Program Endowment Fund, the Dean W. Freed Fund, the Marilyn and Selwyn Kudisch Endowed Fund for the Benefit of the Film Program, the MFA Associates and MFA Senior Associates Fund for Film and Video, and the Margaret L. Hargrove Fund. A gift from an anonymous Friend of Film makes program notes for select events possible. Visits by film and video artists are made possible by the Richard and Susan Smith Family Foundation Fund and by The Lowell Institute.
Love is the Perfect CrimeJuly 10, 2014
7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Dir. Arnaud Larrieu and Jean-Marie Larrieu (2013, 111 min.).
Aya of Yop CityJuly 12, 2014
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Dir. Clément Oubrerie and Marguerite Abouet (2013, 84 min.).
The Kidnapping of Michel HouellebecqJuly 13, 2014
3:30 pm – 5:15 pm
Dir. Guillaume Nicloux (2014, 92 min.).