French Director Alain Resnais , who recently passed away at the age of 91 years old, was a cinema pioneer and leading light of the French New Wave. He directed such art house masterpieces as “Hiroshima Mon Amour”, a famous film of the New Wave, which earned writer Marguerite Duras an Oscar nomination for orignal screenplay in 1961, and “Last Yeas at Marienbad”, a major influence on such directors as David Lynch.

Alliance Francaise will SCREEN 4 of his BEST FILMS on JUNE 13 and 14th. Free for everyone (Seating on first come first basis) 

L’année dernière à Marienbad” (Last Year at Marienbad/ 1961/94 mins ),
Fri, 13th June, 7pm @ Alliance Française, Banjara Hills (3rd floor, Auditorium)
Takes place in a chateau, an ambiguous story of a man and a woman who may or may not have met last year at Marienbad.

Stavisky” (1974 / 120 mins) 
Sat, 14th June, 3pm @ Alliance Française, Banjara Hills (3rd floor, Auditorium)
Irresistible charm and talent helps Serge Alexandre alias Stavisky (famous French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo), small-time swindler, to make friends with even most influential members of French industrial and political elite during the early 30s. But nothing lasts forever and when his great scam involving hundred millions of francs gets exposed result is an unprecedented scandal that almost caused a civil war.

 “On connaît la chanson” (Same Old Song, 1997/ 120mins)
Sat, 14th June, 3pm @ Alliance Française, Banjara Hills (3rd floor, Auditorium)
Same Old Song” is a charming romantic comedy about the interconnected lives of a group of Parisians. Throughout the film characters break into classic French songs to express their innermost feelings.

“Cœurs” (Private Fears in Public Places, 1974/120 mins)
Sat, 14th June, 6pm @ Alliance Française, Banjara Hills (3rd floor, Auditorium)
In Paris, six people all look for love, despite typically having their romantic aspirations dashed at every turn.