The 14th edition of Rendez-Vous With French Cinema in New York will screen 18 films during The Film Society Of Lincoln Center and Unifrance's annual showcase from March 5-15.

The world premiere of Andre Techine's social drama The Girl On The Train is in the line-up, along with the US premiere of opening night film Christophe Barratier's period drama Paris 36.

There are North American premieres for Change Of Plans from Daniele Thompson, Costa-Gavras' social critique Eden Is West, Ilan Duran Cohen's comedy thriller The Joy Of Singing, Patrick Mario Bernard, Pierre Trividic's The Other One and Sylvie Verheyde's Stella.

Benoit Jacquot's romance Villa Amalia screens, along with Claude Chabrol's psychological thriller Bellamy, Agnes Varda's The Beaches Of Agnes, Claire Denis' 35 Rhums and Samuel Collardey's directorial debut The Apprentice.

The two-part US premiere of Jean-Francois Richet's crime biopic Mesrine takes its place among the line-up, along with New York premieres of Pierre Schoeller's lauded debut Versailles starring the late Guillaume Depardieu, Anne Fontaine's The Girl From Monaco, Martin Provost's Seraphine and Francois Dupeyron's With A Little Help From Myself.