French films in Nashville

Ciné Club highlights French-language films and series from a variety of genres. When possible, we host movie showings for films shown in French with English subtitles unless otherwise indicated. Activity is free for AFN members. This activity is reserved for adult members only.

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Le Mystère Henri Pick

On Sunday, November 28, AFN will screen Le Mystère Henri Pick and host a post-screening discussion for the first 12 members who reserve their spots. Seating is limited so that we can maintain safe physical distance and enjoy the film & discussion in relative comfort.

As this Ciné-club event will take place in person at our Green Hills meeting space, members will be required to show proof of vaccination and wear masks when not eating and drinking. We will provide popcorn, and members are welcome to bring other snacks!

Watch the film trailer here: Le Mystère Henri Pick - Bande-Annonce.

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When: Sunday, November 28, 4 p.m.

Where: AFN, 4004 Hillsboro Rd., Suite 237-B


Many French movies and TV series are available online on streaming services. For example, here are some titles you may want to watch on Netflix:
  • Dix pour cent (Call My Agent!)
  • Lupin
  • Plan cœur (The Hookup Plan)
  • Mytho (Mythomaniac)
  • Marseille
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Additional Viewing


In partnership with the Federation of Alliances Françaises USA: One Film One Federation.

Film is an important tool for facilitating language learning as well as understanding of other cultures. One Film One Federation highlights one very special film each year that is chosen after a rigorous evaluation. Merci to program support provided by Cultural Services of the French Embassy and the Institut français.

2021 Selection:

Rêves de jeunesse

Salome (Salomé Richard), a young, rather stoical woman on the cusp of 30, has landed a summer job as the temporary caretaker. Initially, she was supposed to live in off-site housing belonging to the owners, but when they promptly disappear after her first night, she’s forced to squat in an abandoned van parked at the dump.

The film rallies around the word “possible” in the English translation of the title – As Happy as Possible. Rêves de Jeunesse reveals both the limits society places on its young and the possibilities that young people try to create for themselves in a world that currently does not offer many choices.

Guide pédagogique (PPT)

Guide pédagogique (PDF)

Rêves de jeunesse /As Happy as Possible (2019)

Director: Alain Raoust Screenplay: Alain Raoust, Cécile Vargaftig Starring: Salomé Richard, Yoann Zimmer, Estelle Meyer Dramady – 92 minutes

Merci for program support provided by Cultural Services of the French Embassy and the Institut français.  The film will be available for AF chapters January 2021.

Renée Amory Ketcham

Alliance Française of Greenwich

Federation Board Member