27th April 2018
Le Chat Du Rabbin by Joann Sfar & Antoine Delesvaux (2011) – (The Rabbi’s Cat)
Based on the best-selling graphic novel by Joann Sfar, The Rabbi’s Cat tells the story of a rabbi and his talking cat – a sharp-tongued feline philosopher brimming with scathing humor and a less than pure love for the rabbi’s voluptuous teenage daughter. Algeria in the 1930s is an intersection of Jewish, Arab and French culture. A cat belonging to a widowed rabbi and his beautiful daughter, Zlabya, eats the family parrot and miraculously gains the ability to speak.
15th June 2018
Les Invisibles by Sébastien Lifshitz (2012)
Les Invisibles is a brilliant documentary portraying the life of people whose only common point is their homosexuality. With great freedom of speech, people in their seventies share their joy at being themselves while being in the margins. Dealing with a political topic, it is, above all, a film about love.