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About Djaïli Amadou Amal and Fabienne Kanor ONLINE @ University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa @Georgia State University in Atlanta, @University of Iowa @Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States - Atlanta Office.
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About Djaïli Amadou Amal and Fabienne Kanor ONLINE @ University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa @Georgia State University in Atlanta, @University of Iowa @Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States - Atlanta Office.

Discover IFcinéma à la carte with Two Free French Movies Online

Institut Français is launching IFcinéma à la carte, a selection of French and Francophone shorts and feature films to discover each month online. 

This month, IFcinéma à la carte highlight the works of women directors with two long feature films available to watch on U.S. territory. They will be available free of charge and without registration, from February 10 to March 10 on this dedicated page. Enjoy!

Angèle et Tony 
Directed by Alix Delaporte, 2010, France, 87 min

A small fishing harbour n Normandy. They have been sent on the same path by an ad. and Angèle enters in Tony's life. Angèle is rough and she knows nothing about love. her attempts at seducing him are met with rebuttal. Not like this, not this fast. he cannot believe that she is here for him.

High Society (Le beau monde) 
Directed by Julie Lopes Curval, 2014, France, 95 min

Alice, 20, lives in Normandy. She works wool, she invents, designs handmade clothes. She wonders what to do with her innate talent, until she meets Agnes, a rich Parisian lady who helps her reach a prestigious school of Applied Arts. Alice leaves everything behind to start a new life alone in Paris. There, she meets Antoine, the son of Agnes, and they soon fall passionately in love. Antoine finds in Alice a sincerity and a simplicity that free him from the “bourgeois” environment he rejects, while Alice enters a fascinating world: "the high society". He shares with her his knowledge and she gives him everything she has, with the risk of losing herself.

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