LSC-CyFair hosts French cultures festival films
From a LSC-CyFair press release:
Add a little French culture to your week with the free Franco-African Film Series held each Tuesday this March at Lone Star College-CyFair.
In conjunction with events all over the world in celebration of March's French Cultures Festival (le mois de la Francophonie), LSC-CyFair presents four free documentary films from French-speaking Africa . Where possible, the college's international students will share an introduction to French-speaking African countries prior to the films, which are subtitled in English
The month kicks off with Afrique, je te plumerai" (1992, Cameroon , 88 minutes) March 2. The series continues with Afro@Digital" (2003, Congo/France, 52 minutes) held March 9; Arlit, Deuxime Paris" (2004, Niger/France, 75 minutes) held March 23) and Le Malentendu colonial" (2004, Cameroon , 73 minutes) held March 30.
The films are all shown at 6 p.m. in the Center for the Arts Recital Hall, room 102 at LSC-CyFair, 9191 Barker Cypress Road .
For film descriptions, go to www.tinyurl.com/francoafricanfilms. For information on other official French Cultures Festival events, go to www.francophonie-texas.org. For information on LSC-CyFair, go to LoneStar.edu.
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