Films on the Green DC 2022

  • Date

    Wednesday, May 18 2022-Wednesday, July 13 2022

  • Time

    Multi-day event.

  • Location

    Varies

Films on the Green DC 2022 is a Summer Film Festival produced by the Villa Albertine in partnership with TV5MONDE. The event is free and open to the public. Bring your own chair or blanket and join us at sunset! All films are in their original version and have subtitles in English.

We hope to bring wider American audiences to learn about French, and more generally, European cinema and lifestyle. Hosting locations include La Maison Française, the National Arboretum, the National Building Museum, the Hillwood Museum, and others.

 

Film Schedule:

May 18 | LA MAISON FRANÇAISE AT THE FRENCH EMBASSY | Registration is mandatory 

The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, directed by Luis Buñuel (1973) *Sold Out*

May 27 | LA MAISON FRANÇAISE AT THE FRENCH EMBASSY | Registration is mandatory 

The French Minister, directed by Bertrand Tavernier (2013) *Sold Out*

June 2 | ANACOSTIA PARK 

Simply Black, directed by John Wax and Jean-Pascal Zadi (2020)  

June 9 | NATIONAL MALL 

Matthias & Maxime, directed by Xavier Dolan (2019) 

In partnership with the Québec Government Office in Washington 

June 16 | NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART 

Nous, directed by Alice Diop (2020) 

June 23 | NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM 

The Hunchback of Notre Dame, directed by Jean Delannoy (1956) 

June 30 | HILLWOOD ESTATE, MUSEUM & GARDENS 

House of Cardin, directed by P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes (2019) 

July 7 | THE WHARF 

Band of Outsiders, directed by Jean-Luc Godard (1964) 

July 13 | NATIONAL ARBORETUM - MOVIE IN THE MEADOW 

Calamity, directed by Rémi Chayé (2021) 


Produced by:

Villa Albertine in partnership with TV5MONDE


Health and Safety Notice:

If you are an at-risk person, have symptoms, have been in contact with a sick person or a person who has tested positive for Covid19 in the last 14 days, we ask that you do not come to one of these events.