June 03 – Terre Battue, by Stéphane Demoustier (2014)

Jérôme, a senior executive, attempts to set up his own company. Ugo, their 11-year-old son, is a tennis player and a promising champion. To reach his goal, he must make it into the Roland Garros national training center. Just like his dad, he’s willing to do whatever it takes to make it. Together, Ugo and Jérôme will realize that not all rules can be bent in the quest for success.

June 10 – Comme un avion, by Bruno Podalydès (2015)

Michel, graphic designer in his fifties, is an avid aviation enthusiast. He dreams every day to fly aboard one of these great machines. When he discovers photos of kayaks, he is immediately seduced by the flexible lines of these boats, which remind him of the fuselage of an airplane. After acquiring a kayak and training on the roof of his house, he undertakes a solo trip on an unknown river


June 17 – Le Havre, by Aki Kaurismäki (2011)
When an African boy arrives by cargo ship in the port city of Le Havre, an aging shoe shiner takes pity on the child and welcomes him into his home. He confronts the blind mechanics of a Western rule of law, represented by the vice of the police which is tightening more and more on the young refugee boy.


June 24 – Capitaine Conan, by Tavernier Bertand (1996)

In September 1918, at the Bulgarian border, Captain Conan, at the head of about fifty soldiers, mostly released from prison, led his war in unorthodox and extremely violent ways. On November 11, 1918, the Armistice was signed with Germany but only the Eastern army was not demobilized and remained in a state of war. Barracks in Bucharest, in an allied country, the soldiers of Conan sow disorder, going as far as pillage and murder