Le Petit Bougnat

Directed byBernard TOUTBLANC-MICHEL

With:Claude Amazan,Isabelle Adjani

Produced by: Georges de Beauregard


He is called “petit bougnat”, has teen years of age and lives with his mother and his father-in-law in Sarcelles. When all his friends leave for holidays, he arranges to go with them eventhough he wasn’t registered. He finds friendship with an elder girl, with whom he runs away…

95min French


Directed byRobert ENRICO

With:Joanna Shimkus,Katina Paxinou,Paul Crauchet,Suzanne Flon


Shaken by the suffering of her dying beloved Aunt (the iconic Greek actress, Katina Paxinou), Annie (Joanna Shimkus) spends an entire night wandering through the streets of pre-May 68’ Paris. Her nostalgic encounters – humorous, moving or philosophical – help her confront the realities of dying and the responsibilities of adulthood.

90min French

Il Giovedí

Directed byDino RISI

With:Michèle Mercier,Roberto Ciccolini,Umberto D’Orsi,Walter Chiari

Produced by: Dino De Laurentiis


It ‘s the story of a day spent by Dino, forty-or-so years old, separated from his wife, with his son son Robertino after five years without seeing him. Dino has not accomplished anything in his life and invents a complete story about his job and his past to win the affection of the child. At the end of the day, however, he is able to establish a good relationship with the child and tells him the truth about himself.

101min Italian


Directed byMaurice DELBEZ

With:Daniel Jacquinot,Madeleine Robinson,Serge Nubret


Ten-year-old Alain lives with his mother in the working class neighbourhood of Belleville- Ménilmontant on Rue des Cascades in Paris. When his mother’s young, black lover, Vincent, comes to live with them, Alain is overcome with jealousy and racist feelings. But Vincent warmly treats Alain as he would his own son, taking him around the city, playing with him and disarming every prejudice the boy harbours.

88min French