French "Films on the Lake" - Chicago, June 21-Aug. 21
The Cultural Service at the Consulate General of France in Chicago is presenting a new exciting free outdoor French film series Films on the Lake in partnership with the Chicago Park District, Bastille Day Chicago, Hyde Park Art Center, the Consulate General of Mexico and The National Museum of Mexican Art with the support of Kids Trail and France Chicago Center at the University of Chicago.
As part of the Chicago Park District’s 16th annual free outdoor Movies in the Parks, presented by Bank of America, the French films are shown in Chicago parks with English or Spanish subtitles on the big screen over the course of four summer evenings. Each screening is part of a larger celebration, in which musical entertainment and samples of food will be provided in partnership with each park community’s organizations and associations.
Films on the Lake schedule
Tuesday, June 21, 8:30 pm | Kathy Osterman Beach
Young Girls of Rochefort
By Jacques Demy, 1967, G, 125 min.
Preceded by a performance at 7:30 pm from The Edgwater Singers
Thursday, July 14, 8:15 pm | Montrose Beach
The Rabbi’s Cat
By Joann Sfar & Antoine Delesveaux, 2011, PG, 89 min.
Part of Bastille Day Chicago 2016 starting at 5:30 pm
Sunday, July 24, 8:15 pm | Harold Washington Park
By Laurent Cantet, 2008, PG13, 168 min.
Preceded by a concert at 7:15 pm by the Quentin Coaxum Quartet
Sunday, August 21, 8:00 pm | Harrison Park
The Triplets of Belleville
By Silvain Chomet, 2003, PG 13, 78 min.
Preceded by a concert at 7:00 pm by Mariachi Continental Mazamitla