Jules et Jim

In cinemas 4 February 2022.

Watch the trailer for Jules et Jim (1962)

Truffaut’s hugely popular New Wave classic sees Jeanne Moreau at her most ebullient as Catherine, a Parisian beauty caught up in a complex ménage à trois with the two friends of the title – one Austrian, the other French – just before the First World War. A romantic rollercoaster of a movie, it’s fast, funny, stylish and affecting all at once.

This re-release of Jules et Jim is part of a major Truffaut retrospective which also includes a re-release of The 400 Blows, a two-month season at BFI Southbank, a collection of films on BFI Player, partner seasons at cinemas – including Edinburgh FilmhouseGlasgow Film Theatre and Ciné Lumière – and BFI Blu-ray releases later in spring 2022.



4 February
BFI Southbank
Cine Lumiere, London
Glasgow Film Theatre
HOME Manchester
Dukes at Komedia, Brighton
Cambridge Arts
Picturehouse Central, London
Picturehouse Finsbury Park, London
Picturehouse Fulham Road, London
Lewes Depot
City Screen, York

10 February
Catford Mews, London
Reading Biscuit Factory

11 February
Edinburgh Filmhouse
Belmont Aberdeen

12 February
Dundee Contemporary Arts
Picturehouse Exeter
Picturehouse Liverpool

13 February
Corn Exchange Wallingford
Curzon Clevedon
Everyman Belsize Park, London
Warwick Arts Centre

15 February
Genesis, Mile End

16 February
Stamford Arts
JW3, London

17 February
An Lanntair, Stornaway

18 February
New Park Chichester
Broadway Nottingham
Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle
Watershed, Bristol

19 February
Firstsite Colchester

20 February
Riverside Studios

26 February
MAC Birmingham

27 February
Brewery Arts Centre Kendal

28 February
Derby Quad


1 March
Lighthouse Poole

3 March
Number 6 cinema, Portsmouth

27 March
Storyhouse Chester


15 April
Plymouth Arts Cinema


1 May
Showroom Sheffield

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