Films will be screened in French with Engligh subtitles:
September 23, 8:00 p.m., Kirikou et la sorcière (1998)
This animated film, directed by Michel Ocelot, tells the story of "tiny Kirikou, who is born into an African village upon which a sorceress called Karaba has cast a terrible spell: the spring has dried up, the villagers are being blackmailed, the men of the village have either been kidnapped or have mysteriously disappeared. Kirikou wants to rid the village of the curse so he goes on a voyage to the Forbidden Mountain, where the Wise Man of the Mountain, who knows of Karaba and her secrets, awaits him."
Film to be shown in Stirn Auditorium.
October 28, 7:45 p.m., Grave (2017)
Julia Ducournau's debut film, Grave (aka Raw) is a horror drama film which tells the story of the of a young student, Justine, who begins a terrifying transformation during her first week of veterinary school. Warning: this film contains graphic scenes of violence and cannibalism.
Film to be shown in Fayerweather 113
November 11, 7:45 p.m., À bout de souffle (1960)
This 1960s crime drama was written and directed by Jean-Luc Godard. In the film, Michel, a young, dangerous criminal, is on the run from the police. He turns to his American love interest Patricia, a student and aspiring journalist, hiding out in her Paris apartment.
Film to be shown in Stirn Auditorium
December 2, 7:45 p.m., Les demoiselles de rochefort (1967)
In this 1967 romantic, musical comedy, directed by Jacques Demy, twin sisters Delphine and Solange dream of traveling to Paris where they believe romance and opportunity awaits them. Come join your French Language Assistants to watch the most famous French musical of all time! All are welcome!
Film to be shown in Fayerweather 115
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