Films on the Green @ MIT, a free and open French film series co-presented by the Cultural Service of the French Consulate, MIT France (MISTI) and MIT Foreign Language and Literature Department, will take place on Kresge Lawn at 48 Massachusetts Avenue (right across from 77 Massachusetts Avenue). All movies will be screened in French with English subtitles.read more
The Alliance Francaise of Charleston proudly presents three days of French Films, two of which are not distributed in the U.S.
All movies will be in French with English subtitles. Admission: $3.00 for members and students under 25 $5.00 for general public.
Friday November 15
- Reception at 6.30 pm
- Le Prénom (Whats in a Name?) at 7.30pm
Saturday November 16
- Thérèse Desqueyroux (Therese) at 5.00 pm
- Tu Sera Mon Fils (You Will Be My Son) at 7.30pm
Sunday November 17read more
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro will be participating in the Tournées Film Festival for the screening of five French language films throughout November. The Tournées Film Festival aims to bring French cinema to American college and university campuses and offer a wide variety of films that represent the best of contemporary French / Francophone cinema. The films span generational and geographic borders, offer a range of genres and subjects, and showcase innovations in both style and storytelling.read more
CinéCola, opening on the first week of November, is presenting a series of French language films by award-winning Canadian and French directors. The Columbia-wide French/Francophone Film Festival, now in its second year, is dedicated to promoting and bringing an awareness of the French language and the Francophone culture throughout the world.
This community event is co-sponsored by the Tournées Festival, a program of FACE (French American Cultural Exchange) which partners with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy.read more