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Monday, March 20th @ 7:00 PM | Free screening at La Maison Française


Join for a free screening of the Luxembourgish movie Sawah at La Maison Française on Monday, March 20th at 7:00 PMSawah is Adolf El Assal's second feature film and is co-produced by Luxembourg, Belgium, and Egypt. The movie will play in French, Luxembourgish, English, and Arabic with English subtitles.

"On his way to a music competition, a talented DJ gets stranded in an unfamiliar country and detained after a case of mistaken identity."

Adolf El Assal was born in Alexandria (Egypt). He spent most of his childhood between the UAE, UK and Luxembourg. After graduating with a MA in Filmmaking in 2008, he directed the award-winning short films LA FAMEUSE ROUTE… and MANO DE DIOS. In 2014, he completed his first feature feature film LES FAMEUX GARS. Adolf El Assal is the owner of Wady Films, a Luxembourg-based film production company.

Reserve your seat for free here.

SECURITY NOTICE : each person attending the event must have a ticket registered in their name and a government-issued ID that matches the name on the reservation in order to enter the Embassy. Due to strict security measures, please arrive on time and allow extra time for security screening, doors will be closed at 7 p.m.

COMING: François Ozon's (Swimming Pool8 Women) latest film, Everything Went Fine at Landmark's Bethesda Row Cinema on Friday, April 28


From François Ozon comes a powerful family drama in which a daughter is forced to reconcile with her father and their shared past after he contacts her with a devastating final wish. When André (André Dussollier) suffers a debilitating stroke and calls on his daughter Emmanuèle (Sophie Marceau) to help him die with dignity, she finds herself faced with a painful decision. Based on Emmanuèle Bernheim’s memoir and an Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival, Everything Went Fine’s matter-of-factness elicits moments of humor that renders an otherwise weighty topic accessible. Steering clear of the moral arguments such issues often raise, the film instead focuses on the reckoning Emmanuéle has with her stubborn and unrelenting father and how to help him, with Ozon tackling a difficult subject with exceptional intelligence and sensitivity. Featuring stunning central performances by Marceau and Dussollier as well as a scene-stealing cameo by Charlotte Rampling as André’s ex-wife.

Trailer: EVERYTHING WENT FINE | US Trailer HD | V1 | Only in Theaters April 14

Tickets will be released soon - stay tuned! 

Charlie Winston Concert | Birchmere, Alexandria, VA | May 7th, 2023 @ 7:30 PM


French Language Education Videos | March 11-31, 2023 | $300 for up to 3 hours of filming and a 1-hour rehearsal via Zoom


PROJECT: ACTFL ( is casting students in a series of world language assessment videos for middle school and high school learners. This is part of an interactive video test used in classrooms nationwide.

  • Must be a native or heritage Frenchspeaker. The performance will be entirely in French.
  • Must appear to be between the ages of 12-18.
  • Must be able to read aloud lengthy and complex speaking texts in French using a teleprompter. No memorization required.
  • Must be comfortable in front of a camera and be able to take direction from a language expert.

Portray a Middle School or High School student from another country having a video chat in French with an American student learning the language. Must be friendly, approachable, and engaging.


? Filming dates: you will be scheduled for one 3-hour session sometime between March 11-31, 2023. Weekday and weekend sessions are available.

  • Filming will be in-person in Alexandria, VA
  • Current CDC-recommended COVID-19 safety protocols will be followed for in-person filming


  • $300 for up to 3 hours of filming and a 1-hour rehearsal via Zoom. The performer is required to practice the script on their own prior to the scheduled filming date
  • Theatrical permits are required for actors under age 16. A parent or guardian must fill out appropriate forms and mail them in. Instructions on the process will be provided.
  • For actors under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must: 1) sign the permission form in advance, 2) be present during a one-hour virtual rehearsal via Zoom, and 3) be present during in-person filming.l.


Email us at with the following information:

  • Your name
  • Your age
  • The town or city where you live
  • The language you speak and whether you are a native or heritage speaker

Please do not send photos at this time. Any photos or videos submitted before we request them will not be considered. If a role is still available, we will reply with additional information. If under 18, please include your parent or guardian on the email to us.