This month movie, “Jules et Jim” (with subtitles) to be screened on Friday, will be a tribute to the French actress, Jeanne Moreau, who died in Paris on 31 July 2017 at the age of 89.

During her career she won several Best Actress awards including The Cannes Film Festival Award, the BAFTA Award for the Best Foreign Actress and the César Award. She was also the recipient of several lifetime awards including a BAFTA Fellowship in 1996.

She made her theatrical début in 1947 and became one of the leading actresses of the Comédie Française. She continued to appear in films into her eighties.

When:           Friday 25 August
Where:          Nahoon Mouth Bowling Club, 83 Harewood Drive, Nahoon
Time:             6:30pm for 7pm
Entrance fee:  Free for members; R20 for non-members

A cash bar will be available. Please support it!

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About the movie:      

“Jules & Jim” is a 1962 French romantic drama film, directed, produced and written by François Truffaut. Set around the time of World War I, it describes a tragic love triangle involving French Bohemian Jim (Henri Serre), his shy Austrian friend Jules (Oskar Werner), and Jules’s girlfriend and later wife Catherine (Jeanne Moreau).

The film won the 1962 Grand Prix of French film prizes, the Étoile de Cristal, and Jeanne Moreau won that year’s prize for best actress. The film ranked 46 in Empire magazine’s “The 100 Best Films Of World Cinema” in 2010. The soundtrack by Georges Delerue was named as one of the “10 best soundtracks” by Time magazine in its “All Time 100 Movies” list.


The “September Jive” exhibition brought to East London by the French Institute of South Africa (IFAS) and the Southern African Music Right Organisation (SAMRO) still be viewed daily at the Anne Bryant Art Gallery.
Th​e​ exhibition closes on Saturday 19 August.