Jan 27 2016

Willamette University French Department’s Monday Film Series (Spring 2016)

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The French Department at Willamette University is happy to announce a Monday evening film series to be held in conjunction with Professor Bumatay’s French 241 course on immigration and identity in contemporary France. Each Monday from 7-9pm in Ford 122, French and Francophone films will be screened with English subtitles from Breathless, Jean-Luc Godard’s New Wave classic, to Welcome, Philippe Lioret’s sober look at immigration in Europe today.

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1/18 – Breathless

(Jean-Luc Godard)


1/25 – Sugarcane Alley

(Euzhan Palcy)


2/1 – Chocolat

(Clarie Denis)


2/8 – The Battle of Algiers

(Gillo Pontecorvo)


2/15 – Black Night: 17 October 1961

(Alain Tasma)


2/22 – Sunday, God Willing

(Yamina Benguigui)


2/29 – Salut, Cousin!

(Merzak Allouache)


3/7 – The Promess

(Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne)


3/14 – Hidden

(Michael Haneke)


3/28 – Hate

(Mathieu Kassovitz)


4/4 – The Class

(Laurent Cantet)


4/11 – The Secret of the Grain

(Abdellatif Kechiche)


4/18 – Le Havre

(Aki Kaurismäki)


4/25 – Welcome

(Philippe Lioret)


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