Alain Locke films in the cinema

The Alain Locke film is one of a few films in recent times to have received a screening at Cannes, the international film festival which opens on May 22.

Locke, a director of the short films ‘In the Beginning’, ‘A House at the End of the World’, ‘Fingerprints’ and ‘Romeo and Juliet’, is in the process of filming his next film, ‘The Last Wish’, in a bid to open a new theatre in the French capital.

Locke, the son of former President Jacques Dreyfus, is known for his unique take on the French-Canadian actor, who is best known for portraying the iconic characters Romeo and Juliet in the movies.

His latest film, The Last Wish, is the story of a young man named Alain who is forced to choose between his dream of becoming a musician or a poet.

Lockes new film The Last Will has the support of a number of French actors, who are currently in the Cannes film festival.

He will be in the audience for the screening of the film on May 16.

The film will be released in the U.S. on May 27.

The Last Will, which follows the journey of a musician who is trying to find his way out of a mental institution, is a musical that plays out the same way as a classical opera.

In it, Alain is transported back to his childhood and tries to find a new identity for himself.

Locoke is known to be a big fan of the French opera and is said to be one of the first people to audition for the role of Alain.

The actor is also an avid fan of Italian cinema, with a collection of Italian classics that are all available on the Locke’s website.

LocKE has recently been releasing his films in French theatres, and has even managed to catch the eye of the Cannes Film Festival, which awarded the film a nomination for Best Short Film at the Cannes Critics’ Choice Awards in September.

The film, which is based on the novel by the French novelist Jacques Drieu, has received critical acclaim for its portrayal of the life of the mentally ill man, Romeo, played by Michael Fassbender.

It is a film which was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Film.