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Cinéfranco 2006

Hey Francophiles - CinĂŠfranco starts this weekend - runs Friday, March 31, and runs through April 9th.

Get thee to the Royal. (608 College St).

This year features a focus on Morocco, as well as screening several of French actor Jacques Villeret's work to celebrate his career (he recently passed away). Including the classic comedy The Dinner Game (Le DĂŽner de Cons).
There's also a number of Canadians rounding out the line-up. Canuck fare includes La Neuvaine, the award-winning L'Audition, and L'Aurore.

Tickets are 10$, 7$ for students and 8$ a piece if you buy tix for four or more screenings. You can purchase them online, phone (416) 967-1528 or trot down to the TIFF box office on the ground floor of the Manulife Centre (10-6, Mon-Sat).


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