Museum of Work & Culture to Screen French-Language Films for 20th R.I. International Film Festival

Ciné Français

The Museum of Work & Culture will be hosting the Rhode Island International Film Festival event Ciné Francophone on Thursday, August 11, 7pm. The MoWC will screen a collection of new and dynamic films by French language filmmakers, including:

  • La Volupté (Amazing Grace) | Directed by Sarianne Cormier | 2015 (**World Premiere**)

  • Au Temps des Monstres (When Monsters Were Real) | Directed by Sophie Farkas Bolla | 2015 (**U.S. Premiere**)

  • Conte de Fées à l’usage des Moyennes Personnes (Fairy Tale for Average People) | Directed by Chloé Mazlo | 2015

  • Le Nom Que Tu Portes (The Name You Carry) | Directed by Hervé Demers | 2015

  • Une Bombe (A Bomb) | Directed by Guillaume Harvey | 2015

Viewers can vote for their favorites and help decide which films make it to the next round of judging. General admission is $10 or $15 for ticket plus a drink and popcorn. Tickets are available in the MoWC’s online store or on site before the screenings.

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