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      March 27, 2019

      Wednesday   4:00 PM - 8:00 PM (daily until March 30, 2019)

      7505 Grand Lely Drive
      Naples, Florida 34113

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      Tournées French Film Festival

      The Florida SouthWestern State College (FSW) community is excited to host the Tournées French Film Festival on the Collier Campus in Naples, March 27-30, 2019. Join us over these four days as we screen six amazing films that explore various aspects of the French-speaking world. Tournées Film Festival is made possible with the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the U.S., the Centre National du Cinéma et de l’Image Animée (CNC), the French American Cultural Fund, Florence Gould Foundation and Highbrow Entertainment. All screenings are free and open to the public.

      Wednesday, March 27 – Opening Night
      4-6 pm
      Tournées French Film Festival: Faces/Places
      With Faces, Places, 89-year-old powerhouse Agnès Varda teams up with the world-famous young street artist JR to make a film as wide-ranging as it is personal, as fanciful as it is pointed. Take a road trip through France with a filmmaking legend and a provocative contemporary photographer.
      Directors: Agnès Varda and JR
      Documentary
      French (Subtitled in English)
      113 min.
      France, 2017
      Panel discussion followed by reception immediately after the film.

      Thursday, March 28
      4-5:45 pm
      Tournées French Film Festival: Makala
      Makala is an extraordinarily revealing (and stunning) look at everyday life for a charcoal salesman in the Democratic Republic of Congo. A provocative film that brings attention to those living at the margins in the rural DRC while dealing with the wreckage of decades of war.
      Director: Emmanuel Gras
      Documentary
      French, Swahili (Subtitled in English)
      96 min

      Thursday, March 28
      6:15-7:45 pm
      Tournées French Film Festival: Francofonia
      Francofonia is the great Russian filmmaker Alexander Sokurov’s heroically ambitious meditation on European culture and history as seen through the story of the Louvre museum in Paris, with a particular focus on its fortunes during World War II.
      Director: Alexander Sokurov
      Docu-drama
      French, Russian, German (Subtitled in English)
      87 min.
      France, Germany, Netherlands, 2015

      Friday, March 29
      4-7:30 pm
      Tournées French Film Festival: My Journey Through French Cinema
      Director Bertrand Tavernier, (best known here in the U.S. for his brilliant 1986 feature ‘Round Midnight starring the legendary Jazz great Dexter Gordon), takes us on a fascinating journey through the “history of a golden age of French cinema extending from 1941 to 1971—the period ranging from Tavernier’s birth to his debut as a powerhouse of French cinema in his own right.”
      Director: Bertrand Tavernier
      Documentary
      French (Subtitled in English)
      200 min.
      France, 2016

      Saturday, March 30
      12:30-2:15 pm
      Tournées French Film Festival: April and the Extraordinary World
      This one-of-a-kind animated adventure film ushers the viewer into an alternate reality in which the Bonapartes still rule France, electricity was never discovered, trees are a distant memory, and a steam-driven cable car connects Paris to Berlin. In this dystopic steampunk landscape, scientists have mysteriously disappeared for decades and April Franklin, the brilliant young descendant of a long line of chemists is in danger of being next.
      Directors: Christian Desmares & Franck Ekinci
      Adventure, Animation, Family
      *French (Will be screened w/English soundtrack)
      103 min.
      Belgium, Canada, France, 2015

      Saturday, March 30
      3-6 pm
      Tournées French Film Festival: Marcel Proust’s Time Regained
      Raúl Ruiz’s opulent adaptation of Marcel Proust’s monumental In Search of Lost Time. Ruiz captures the essence of Time Regained and turn-of-the-century France in “a surprisingly
      profound yet accessible digest of Proust’s themes and leading characters… to create a self-standing, utterly captivating film that adds an original vision of cinema to Proust’s meditations on the passage of time, the construction of memory, and the evolution of relationships and society.”
      Director: Raúl Ruiz
      Drama
      French (Subtitled in English)
      165 min.
      France, 2017
      Closing reception immediate after the film.

      Cost: Free -

      Categories: Festivals | Film | University & Alumni

      This event repeats daily until March 30, 2019:

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.