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Jan 22
The Murderer Lives at Number 21 Embassy of France - La Maison Française 4101 Reservoir Road, NW - Washington, DC
Jan 22
Art After Slavery Columbia Maison Francaise East Gallery, Buell Hall 515 West 116th Street New York, NY 10027
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Boris Chouvellon: an Artist in Residence Show Gallery 1515 N Gardner St Los Angeles, CA 90046

UGA French Film Festival

The University of Georgia French Film Festival returns to campus every Tuesday during the month of February.

This year’s festival is a tribute to the work of French women in front of and behind the camera. The selected films include performances by well-known French actresses such as Marion Cotillard and Isabelle Hupert, and all but one boast female directors.

Each screening will begin with a short introduction and will be followed by an optional discussion with UGA’s own student-run film organization Ciné-club.

The festival is funded in part by the department of romance languages French fund and co-sponsored by the department of theatre and film studies and Cinematic Arts. Screenings will be held at 8 p.m. in Tate Theater every Tuesday from February 6-February 27. Screenings will be free for all UGA students and $3 for non-students. 

Feb 6- Lost in Paris (Paris pied nus, 2016), a comedy following a Canadian woman’s trip to Paris in search of her aging aunt directed by Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon, who also stars in the film.

Feb 13- Two Days, One Night (Deux jours, une nuit) starring Marion Cotillard as a working class woman who must fight for her job after an extended absence. 

Feb 20- Gabrielle, Louise Archambault’s 2013 film that tells the tale of a 21-year old woman with Williams Syndrome who seeks to live her life despite her affliction.

Feb 27- Things to Come (L’avenir), Mia Hansen-Love’s 2016 film starring in a role written specifically for her. Things to Come won  the Berlin Film Festival’s Golden Bear for best direction.