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Location

Outdoor films will be shown outdoors in Eau Gallie Square, located on the corner of Highland Avenue and westbound Eau Gallie Blvd.   All other films will be shown in the Harris Community Auditorium, adjacent to the Foosaner Art Museum.

Admission

"April in Paris" and the screening of WHITE MANE are free events.

Admission to films shown in the Harris Auditorium are $5 per ticket.  Tickets are purchased at the front door of the Harris Auditorium. No advance purchase necessary. Concessions available.

A Festival Pass ($15 members/$20 non-members) will also be available this year and will include entry to all film showings. Passholders will receive admission to all screenings and complimentary popcorn. Advance purchase only. Purchase here.

For more information

Please contact Sara Russo, Curator of Education at (321) 674-8915 or email russos@fit.edu. Sponsorship opportunities available.

French Film Festival 2015 Schedule of Events

Bonjour!  Please mark your calendars for the Foosaner Art Museum's 2015 French Film Festival. Below is a listing of the schedule of events.  All films will be in French with English subtitles. 

 

"April in Paris" French Film Festival Kick-Off with Outdoor Film in EGAD Square

Click here for more information about this event.

8:30 p.m. Friday, April 3 - Lamorisse's "White Mane"/Crin-Blanc

 

Additional Film Selections

Shown in the Harris Auditorium, Foosaner Art Museum

7 p.m. Thursday, April 9 - Godard’s “Une femme est une femme" (A Woman is a Woman)

Post-film discussion led by Jeff Johnson, Professor of English and Liberal Arts, Eastern Florida State College.

2 p.m. Saturday, April 11 - Martin Provost’s “Seraphine”

Post-film discussion led by Carla Funk, Director of University Museums, Florida Institute of Technology.

 7 p.m. Thursday, April 16 - Cocteau’s “L’orphee” (Orpheus)

Post-film discussion led by John John Christopher Frongillo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Humanities, Florida Institute of Technology.

 

7 p.m. Friday, April 17 - Oliver Dahan's "La Môme" (La Vie en Rose) 

Post-film discussion led by Anne Smith, Instructor of Humanities, Florida Institute of Technology.