The FREE French Films on the Green Festival returns for its sixth season with screenings in various NYC parks, each Friday through September 5th. All the films are in French with English subtitles and begin at sunset, 8:30 p.m. Bring a blanket or chair, and some wine and cheese, and enjoy a taste of France in New York City.
Stay up to date with all the free summer events in NYC on the NYCOTC Summer Calendar
June 14 at Washington Square Park: The Art of Love by Mouret
June 21 at Washington Square Park: French Cancan by Renoir
June 28 at Tompkins Square Park: Angel and Tony by Delaporte
July 5 at Tompkins Square Park: Heartbreaker by Chaumeil
July 12 at Riverside Park, Pier I: Marius and Jeannette by Guédiguian
July 19 at Riverside Park – Pier I: We won’t grow old together by Pialat
July 26 at Transmitter Park (Greenpoint, Brooklyn): U by Solotareff & Elissalde
Aug. 2 at Transmitter Park (Greenpoint, Brooklyn): A Summer’s Tale by Rohmer
Sept. 5 at Columbia University (at 116th St): Wild Reeds by Téchiné (note – this screening is at 7:30 p.m.)
France Tourism Development Agency and the Midi-Pyrenees Tourist Board are the joint sponsors of the 6th annual Films on the Green festival – to which we say, Merci Beaucoup.