Join us for a special Ciné-Club to celebrate the International Women's Day on Monday 8th March! 

Watch the French film Le Beau Monde/High Society (2014) from the comfort of your home and meet us online to discuss it in an informal and relaxed way. 

Please click here to watch Le Beau Monde for free! 


Le Beau Monde, directed by Julie Lopes-Curval (2014)

Alice, a twenty-year-old girl of modest origin, lives in Bayeux, a small town in Normandy. She has an unambitious boyfriend, Kevin, and works at the moment as a salesgirl in a bakeshop. But her passion is fashion and she has a gift for weaving wool. At the tearoom she serves a patron, Agnès, who spots her talent. Determined to help her develop her skills, the wealthy woman encourages the young lady to enroll at the Ecole Duperré in paris, a prestigious school of Applied Arts. Alice is selected and must now leave Bayeux, her mother, Kevin and her friends for Paris. In the meantime, she has fallen in love with Antoine, Agnès's son, a sensitive young man revolted both against his mother and his bourgeois milieu…


Monday 8th March, 6pm 

Please click here to register.


This event will be held in French! This session will take place on Zoom.

You will receive all the necessary information by email before the event.


This event is free for all, but we would appreciate a suggested donation of £3-£5 to support the Alliance Française Glasgow and its activities (see information below).


SUPPORT THE AFG

We would like to reiterate our sincere gratitude for your loyalty to the Alliance Française Glasgow and to thank you for your understanding of the impact the Covid-19 crisis has had on us and our activities.

The Alliance Française Glasgow is a local charity, therefore 95% of its income is generated by your subscription to all its activities. Like all other institutions and individuals alike, we are going to suffer greatly from this crisis and we certainly hope all our students, members and guests will be in a position to continue to attend their lessons as well as take part in our cultural activities, and thus support the Alliance Française Glasgow's staff during this difficult period.

We are organising this event for free, but in order to support the AFG, you can donate here