2017 French Film Festival
Join us for another year of thoughtful and thought-provoking films, with subjects as wide-ranging as Versailles in the final days of the Ancien Regime, French colonial rule in the mid-20th century, life in contemporary Paris for immigrant schoolchildren and the trials and triumphs of a young medical student in a busy Parisian hospital.
On opening night, a wine and cheese reception will be held after the screening of "School of Babel," while our Sunday matinee "Far From Men" will be preceded by a pastry and coffee reception.
All films will be screened on campus in the O'Hare Academic Building's Bazarsky Lecture Hall. Tuesday screenings will be followed by a discussion.
To avoid lines at the door, patrons are encouraged to buy a festival pass online. For questions about online ticketing, call (401) 341-2197. For general festival information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you March 26 to April 6.