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Lighter side of French cinema

FRENCH Cinema Festival "SH 7ème Art" is back in town again.

This year will feature special guests such as director Yves Lavandier and Eric Riewer, director of the Animation Department of L'Ecole de l'Image des Gobelins in Paris.

This edition of the festival will focus on contemporary French comedies such as "Le Petit Nicolas" by director Laurent Tirard.

Director of both short and full-length films, Lavandier is also a famous script writer.

He has taught screenplay writing techniques around the world.

He will share his experiences on what makes a comedy on December 9 and talk with audience members after the screening of his movie "Oui, mais ..." on December 8.

Meanwhile, Riewer will screen a selection of short comedic films on December 7.

Other films at the festival include Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Delicatessen," Cédric Klapisch's "Un Air de Famille," Emmanuel Mouret's "Changement d'Adresse," Rémi Bezan?on's "Ma Vie en l'Air" and Stéphane Brizet's "Je Ne Suis Pas là Pour Etre Aimé."

All movies are in French with Chinese subtitles.

Tickets cost as low as 10 yuan (US$1.56) per screening.


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