April 1-18, 2017 • Full lineup below
We kick off a month of European cinema with the 7th annual Cinémathèque Française. This year’s festival offers the latest in French-language cinema, as well as the revival of two classics, and a documentary about one of the most famous French artists of all time—Monet.
Special thanks to our supporting sponsors Alliance Française of Hawaii, Patricia Y. Lee and Worldster Lee, Candy Cassarno and the late George Cassarno, and Lynne Johnson and Randy Moore.
Opening reception: Saturday, April 1 at 6pm: Enjoy a French buffet with a no-host bar and take a tour of the Impressionist Gallery. Cézanne and I screens at 7:30pm. See the full menu here. Dinner seating is limited to 130, so buy your tickets now! Tickets: $45 | $40 museum members.
On opening night at 7:30pm, deputy director of art and programs Theresa Papanikolas will introduce the film and share insight on the legacy of Paul Cézanne.
Film-only tickets without dinner are also available for purchase. Theater doors open at 7pm. $10 | $8 museum members.