Cinémathèque Française Film Festival 2014

May 3-16

Political antics, art-theft, culinary warfare and literary horseplay are just some of the highlights of this year’s Cinémathèque Française line-up. See seven new comedies, dramas, box-office sensations and international hits, and don’t miss the restored director’s cut of Patrice Chéreau’s sensational 1994 bodice-ripper Queen Margot (La reine Margo). Vive le cinéma!

Special thanks to our Cinémathèque Française Film Festival sponsors: Alliance Française of Hawaii, Consule Honoraire de France Patricia Y. Lee and Worldster Lee, Chanel, Candy and the late George Cassarno, and Lynne Johnson and Randy Moore.

Opening-night reception: May 3, 6-7:30pm. Enjoy haute cuisine–inspired food by chef Sean Priester, wine and entertainment. Le Chef and the Oscar-winning short film Mr. Hublot screen at 7:30pm Tickets: $40, $35 museum members. Purchase online. (A limited number of tickets for only the screening will be available at the box office from 7:15pm onwards: $15, $12 museum members.)

Special guest: Eric Leterc, Executive Chef at The Pacific Club, will introduce Le Chef at 7:30pm on May 3.

Tickets: $10 | $8 museum members. Scroll down and click the films of your choice to purchase tickets online.