Date(s) - 11/19/2014
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Dana Center Lecture Room
Back by popular demand – Cinéma français returns to the Franco-American Centre!
This semester, join the Franco-American Centre for a film study mini-course exploring the difficulty and inertia of French politics, from the king’s court in the XVII century to nowadays very similar “new princes” court.
Each class will begin with a brief bilingual overview, touching on the key concepts of the film and its relation to the semester theme. The film will be followed by a short facilitated discussion.
REGISTRATION: May be done at door of first class (cash or check, please)
INTRODUCTORY COST (for entire 3 film class!):
- $15 – Non-FAC members / $10 – FAC Members
- Free – Saint Anselm students in French classes
For more details, call the FAC office at 603-641-7114.
Haute Cuisine (2012), directed by Christian Vincent, which was originally titled “Les saveurs du palais” takes place in the Francois Mitterrand presidency as it is inspired by the life of his Perigord chef, Danièle Delpeuch. The traps and intrigues are an everyday juggle but it is a delightful voyage to authentic French cuisine as we see Catherine Frot set the fire through delicate and mouthwatering inspired recipes.