French is the first or second language in more than 20 countries and is spoken by 125 million people on every continent. More than 1,200 French companies have subsidiaries in the U.S. and France continues to be an innovator and leader in science and technology. Knowing the language opens doors of opportunity for communication, career, travel and culture.
Studying French at EMU will empower you to undertake professional roles in education and business and establish the skills needed to deepen and sustain cross-cultural perspectives.
French Film festival “All Are Welcome”, Feb. 2-23
The Department of World Languages will be hosting a French film festival in February.
Showings are free and open to the public.
The festival is sponsored by the Albertine Cinémathèque/French American Cultural Exchange (FACE) Foundation.
“Little Girl” (Petite fille) will kick off the film festival. The documentary follows eight-year-old
Sasha who questions her gender and faces harsh reactions around her.
The film festival opens Thursday, February 2nd, and runs through February 23rd. The films will be in French with English subtitles.
Popcorn will be served with a donation to the French Club!
The schedule is as follows:
Little Girl (Feb. 2nd, 6:15 pm)
Mr Klein (Feb. 9th, 6:15 pm)
Josep (Feb. 9th, 8:30 pm)
Lingui, the Sacred Bonds (Feb. 16th, 6:15 pm)
Gallant Indies (Feb. 16th, 8:00 pm)
We (Feb. 23rd, 7:00 pm)
All movies will be shown at the EMU Student Center room 350, “We” will be shown in room 330.
For more information, contact [email protected]