Virtual CinéSalon Series

Michel Piccoli … Tenderly, Tragically, Totally

September 8–October 5, 2020
Available on Kino Marquee


One of the most esteemed and versatile actors of his generation, Michel Piccoli inhabited a wide range of memorable characters etching an indelible impression across the seven decades of cinema in France and beyond. Over the course of his career, he imbued tenderness, passion, and dedication in roles as varied as popes, cops, artists, and ordinary men.

To commemorate Piccoli who died this May at the age of 94, FIAF presents a small retrospective of his work, showcasing the gravity and humor, cynicism and humanity he brought to roles in films by Claude Sautet, Alain Resnais, Leos Carax, and Jacques Rivette.

Every Tuesday in September, a film will be posted online and will remain available for one week. Films will be free to stream for FIAF Members and available for a small fee for Non-Members.



Upcoming Screenings


Virtual CinéSalon

You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet

Vous n’avez encore rien vu

Tuesday, September 15–Monday, September 21, 2020

Available on Kino Marquee


Directed by Alain Resnais. A wry and wistful valentine to actors and the art of performance, featuring a who’s—who of French acting royalty—Mathieu Amalric, Michel Piccoli, Lambert Wilson, and Resnais’s frequent muse Sabine Azéma.

Virtual CinéSalon

Bad Blood

Mauvais sang

Tuesday, September 22–Monday, September 28, 2020

Available on Kino Marquee


Directed by Leos Carax. As a mysterious virus ravages a futuristic Paris, an American plots to steal its antidote.

Virtual CinéSalon

La Belle Noiseuse

Tuesday, September 29–Monday, October 5, 2020

Available on Kino Marquee


Legendary New Wave auteur Jacques Rivette offers one of the most incisive and immersive meditations on the creative process ever produced on screen in this film, starring Michel Piccoli and Jane Birkin.




Past Screenings


Virtual CinéSalon

Max and the Junkmen

Max et les Ferrailleurs

Tuesday, September 8–Monday, September 14, 2020

Available on Kino Marquee


Directed by Claude Sautet. A Parisian detective enters into a cat-and-mouse game with a crew of petty thieves. But as plan comes to fruition, he realizes that he hasn’t fully considered all of its consequences.