In the aftermath of Chad’s civil war, 16 year old Atim is sent to avenge his father. The man he finds is charitable, benevolent and with a young pregnant wife. Soon Atim is working as his apprentice and is confronted with difficult moral decisions.
Posts Tagged ‘2009’
On Thursday, December 10 join us for a screening of the French documentary L’Enfer de matignon, parts 1 & 2, directed by Raphaëlle Bacqué and Philippe Kohly.
(Ciné Francophone with Alliance Française)
Wednesday, October 28 @ 6:30pm The Environmental Film Festival presents a sneak preview screening with special guest Nora Pouillon! Directed by Robert McFalls, Homegrown spotlights a 21st century organic family farm operating off the grid in the heart of urban Pasadena, California. The film documents the activities of the Dervaes family, eco-pioneers who harvest 6,000 [...]
Thursday, October 22 @ 7:00pm This biographic drama from director Diane Kurys is the second film in our Ciné Francophone series with Alliance Française. Sagan is about the life of French author Françoise Sagan. The film starts in the mid 1950s as Sagan (then still known under her real name Quoirez) closes a publishing deal [...]
Last weekend at Letelier Theater we had two exciting new events! On Friday, author Jill Jonnes gave a talk about her recent book, Eiffel’s Tower, which was followed by a screening of Charles Berling‘s documentary film Sur les traces de Gustave Eiffel. RWUL‘s “I Luv Africa” film series and community discussion lasted all day Saturday, [...]
Film Series & Community Discussion, Part One Saturday September 19, 2009 12pm – 10pm The “I Luv Africa” film series and community discussion is a free event open to the public that will feature independent films depicting stories about African cultures and people. Reel Worldwide Underground Link (RWUL) is producing a documentary film called “I [...]