20th Anniversary Tournées Film Festival Recipients

August 17, 2015 | By Laurence Geannopulos

Tournées Film Festival is a program of the FACE Foundation, in partnership with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, which aims to bring French cinema to American college and university campuses. 

Founded in 1995, Tournées Film Festival is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2015! Since its debut, the program has partnered with over 450 universities, reaching an audience of over 500,000 students and community members all across the United States.

Showcasing established and emerging talents, Tournées Film Festival reflects the diversity and richness of French cinema through various genres — fiction, documentary, animation and repertory films — giving participants the opportunity to expand their programming and for audiences to experience French cinema through a wider lens.

The Cultural Service of the Consulate General of France in Chicago offers a warm congratulations to the universities in the Midwest selected to host French film festivals:

Ashland University - Ashland, OH

Central College - Pella, IA

Centre College - Danville, KY

Eastern Kentucky University - Richmond, KY

Hiram College - Hiram, OH

Illinois College - Jacksonville, IL

Indiana University - Bloomington, IN

Indiana University-Purdue - Fort Wayne, IN

Kansas State University - Manhattan, KS

Missouri Southern State University - Joplin, MO

Missouri University of Science & Technology - Rolla, MO

North Dakota State University - Fargo, ND

Ohio Wesleyan University - Delaware, OH

Trustees of Indiana University - Bloomington, IN

University of Chicago - Chicago, IL

University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College - Cincinnati, OH

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee - Milwaukee, WI

Wartburg College - Waverly, IA

Western Kentucky University - Bowling Green, Kentucky

Keep an eye out for a Tournées Film Festival happening on a college campus near you!

For more information about Tournées Film Festival

Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.
Sign in or register to post comments.