The Alvin Sherman Library and Nova Southeastern University is proud to be hosting a French Film Festival this October and early November. We will be showing five highly acclaimed French films from the past few years. These films are diverse in style, ranging from drama to a period piece to an animated film. One film will be shown every Sunday at 1pm starting on October 13th and running until November 10th. Admission is free and the showings are open to everyone from NSU students, faculty and staff to the general public. Be sure to stop by and watch a great movie on Sundays in October and early November!
The Tournées Festival was made possible with the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and the French Ministry of Culture (CNC).
If you are interested, please stay after some of the films to enjoy a discussion about the movie.
Dr. Andrea Shaw will be speaking after AMOUR, French professor Shirley Santry will be speaking after FAREWELL, MY QUEEN and Dr. Chetachi Egwu will provide a discussion after MONSIEUR LAZHAR.
NOTE: The screening of THE RABBI'S CAT on November 10th at 1pm will take place in the Alvin Sherman Library in room 4009, rather than in the Knight Auditorium. Sorry for an inconvenience this may cause.
The films will be shown at:
In the Knight Auditorium (Room 1124) in the Carl DeSantis Building
NOTE: The film screening for THE RABBI'S CAT on November 10th will take place in the library, room 4009.
Address: 3301 College Avenue, Fort Lauderdale-Davie, Florida 33314
There is a parking garage next to the DeSantis Building. General public parking costs $1.00 per hour. To see where the parking garage, Alvin Sherman Library and DeSantis Building are located, a campus map is available here.
A special thanks goes out to ALL of these supporting groups and organizations for promotion and making this festival possible:
Tournees Festival, Alliance Francaise, Nova Southeastern University, Alvin Sherman Library, University School, Broward County Libraries, Cultural Services of the French Embassy, French Ministry of Culture (CNC), Grand Marnier Foundation, and Highbrow.