A Paris Prize: Win Tickets to Lost in Frenchlation’s Fun Movie Nights

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A Paris Prize: Win Tickets to Lost in Frenchlation’s Fun Movie Nights


Have you heard of Lost in Frenchlation? We’re big fans. With a winning formula of movie screenings (with English subtitles) and a cocktail hour, it’s not hard to see why these events have become the talk of the town. Their goal? To “bring world-renowned French cinema to the international community in Paris” and to become “a hub for the international community to get to know each other as well as native Parisians.” Events take place at the wonderful arthouse movie theatre Studio 28 in Montmartre. To quote the Bonjour Paris film critic Dimitri Keramitas, “The fare is a mix of box office successes and classic movies. The pair plan on creating a start-up and attracting capital, and dream of opening their own movie house one day.” (For more information, read Dimitri’s full article here.)

Good news for film fans (or those just looking for a fun evening out in Paris!) We’ve teamed up with Lost in Frenchlation to provide two lucky Bonjour Paris readers with sets of tickets to the final event in May: the screening of Django on Friday, May 26. Simply enter your details below.

Other screenings this month include Orpheline on Friday, May 12, Pris de Court on Friday, May 19. Please note that there is a special screening of Les Ogres on Thursday, May 18 at cinema Le Brady, part of the English-speaking theatre festival, Paris Fringe. Click here to buy tickets.

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Lost in Frenchlation’s May program

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