SUU French program presents 2016 French Film Festival

Published: January 27, 2016 | Read Time: 1 minutes

2016 French Film FestivalBeginning January 25, 2016—Southern Utah University's French Program will present French Cinema, the French Film Festival which is free, subtitled and open to the public.

Six different films will be screened, with each beginning at 7 p.m. in the Sharwan Smith Center Theatre, Room 161D. Each film will also be briefly introduced by an expert with unique insight from their field experience, regarding each film.

The films apart of 2016 French Film Festival include:

January 25, Psychology Professor Grant Corser will introduce briefly, Deux Jours, Une Nuit/ Two Days, One Night.

January 27, Criminal Justice Professor Jeanne Subjack to introduce, Tip Top.

February 1, Andrew Baruffi, an English and Film Studies major at SUU will introduce Mr. X/Mr. X: A Vision of Leos Carax.

February 4, Timbuktu/Timbuktu, will have no introduction.

February 8, With Dakishia Reid, an artist and community activist introducing Parce Que J’etais Peintre/Because I was a Painter.

February 10, Nozomi Irei an English Professor will introduce Hiroshima Mon Amour.

The 2016 French Cinema at SUU is made possible by a grant from FACE Tournees Film Festival, and the support of the Department of Languages and Philosophy, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and The Sargon Heinrich Global Engagement Center.

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