Learn French, Live French
299 Greenwich Avenue - Greenwich, CT | 203.629.1340
In partnership with the Avon Theatre of Stamford CT
Every month, on a Tuesday at 7:30pm, we present films, from the restored classics to the latest French movies, in this independent, beautifully classic theatre in Stamford - a true movie lover's absolute must.
We have a great offer of French cinema (from France and French-speaking countries, with English subtitles) one of the very best tools to learn the French language and culture!
Check-out these programs and do not forget our amazing DVD collection (over 500 titles) and co-membership with the French Institute Alliance Française in Manhattan, which gives you access to the Haskell Library, the leading French library in the United States, as well as the digital library Culturethèque...
At the Byram Shubert Library
Every last Thursday of the month, 7pm. Classics, latest and not-so-long-ago releases are shown in a relaxed ambiance.
At the Cos Cob Library
On a Thursday, 1pm at the Cos Cob Library. Classics and instant-classics are screened. Followed by a lively discussion among regulars and newcomers.
Become a member today to start enjoying all these great programs!
Festival Focus on French Cinema
One of the best French film festivals in the U.S.!
Get Ready for FFC 2021: April 21-30 ONLINE in the tri-states area
Our French Film Festival has grown from 2005 into a premiere event that cannot be missed! It's so great that is has its own website: here.
Our DVD collection has over 500 titles, come borrow some!
Also, our exceptional co-membership with French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) in Manhattan gives you access to:
Co-membership only available here!
Alliance Française of Greenwich is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization | 299 Greenwich Ave - Greenwich, CT 06830 | 203.629.1340 | email@example.com
Together let's share the magic of French Cinema!
In partnership with Fiaf Ciné Salon and Kino Lorber.
Each week FFC selection Committee recommends a French Language Film that can be viewed online at home. Presented by Joe Meyers, President of the FFC Selection Committee. Film of the week