Every Friday night, the Ménard Family gets together to have diner at a famous restaurant. But that night is like no other. As the evening wears on, bitter sibling rivalries and decades long grudges slowly reveal themselves.
"A Family Affair" (« Un air de famille ») is a French comedy written by Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri. It premiered in 1994 at the Théâtre de la Renaissance in Paris. The play won two Molière awards in 1995, Molière for the best comedy and Molière for the best actress in a supporting role to Catherine Frot. In 1996, Cédric Klapisch adapted the play for the screen. The film won three César awards, including Best Adapted Screenplay.
2018 French Cultures Festival official event.
Set: Bruce Maskell, David Fouchard
Light and sounds: Norbert Khalifa
Make-up: Rachel Motreff, Olimpia Petzold, Ines Muñoz
Surtitles: Sydney Valle
Poster: Véronique Moore.
Design: Valérie Thomas-Collignon
Translation: Yves Cloots, Mimi Betel
Video: Luc Schlumberger
Photo: Véronique Schlumberger, Guillaume Thomas-Collignon
Sponsoring: Valérie Thomas-Collignon, Laurence Sebeyran, Ines Muñoz
Communication: Amandine Castillo
Box office: Julie Obecanov
Webmaster: Valérie Thomas-Collignon, Pascal Ploux