MARCH 2019
Cultural Agenda


Join us to celebrate the Francophonie throughout the month of March!

This year again, the Francophonie Atlanta Committee set up a series of cultural and educational events to promote the diversity of Francophone cultures. 


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Atlanta-based Théâtre du Rêve presents the story of General Alex Dumas, one of the most celebrated generals in the French Revolution, until March 10.

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Plexus Polaire presents its show Ashes at Center for Puppertry Arts, March 1-3. Based on Gaute Heivoll's novel Before I burn, the show is about the human condition, the fire and internal torment in everyone.

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75 works of Alphonse Mucha, Czech master who strongly influenced the French Art Nouveau, will be available at the Huntsville Museum of Art from March 24 to June 23.

A preview reception will be organized on March 21.

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Tournées Film Festival is coming to Southeast U.S universities. This year's selection brings to campuses BPM by Robin Campillo, I Am Not Your Negro by Raoul Peck, Félicité by Alain Gomis, Faces Places by Agnès Varda and JR, and more!

Find out your closest universities recipient of the FACE Foundation grant.

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Venezia Classici Award winning for best documentary on cinema, The Competition , directed by Claire Simon, will screen with IndieMemphis next week on March 6, and will open for a week long run with a/perture cinema in Winston-Salem on March 15.

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On the occasion of Women's History Month, the French documentary Anne Morgan's War, directed by Pierre Verdez, will make its U.S TV premiere.

Find out more about dates, times and channels.

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Falbalas (Paris Frills), directed by Jacques Becker, Raymond Rouleau, Michèle Presle and Jean Chevrier, will be screened on March 29, 8pm at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh.

The screening will be introduced by Laura Boyes, film curator at NCMA.

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The newly restorated film Les Rendez-vous d'Anna, directed by Chantal Akerman, will be screened at Duke University on March 25 at Rubestien Arts Center.

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Rialto Pictures presents its special series of movie classics starring the most legendary actresses of French cinema.

The collection includes César and Rosalie, Hiroshima mon amour, Le Sauvage, Contempt, Pierrot le fou and When you read this letter.

These films are available for theaters, cinematheques, museums.

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The Peace Center in Greenville, SC invites patrons to explore the Impressionist period at a free music appreciation event hosted by Peace Center Artist-in-Residence Igor Begelman. On March 21, light will fall on Ravel.

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Fatoumata Diawara, who began her career with the French street theater company Royal de Luxe, returns to Savannah Music Festival.

She will give a concert on March 28.

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In the framework of Emory University program "Ecrivains d'aujourd'hui", a round-table with the Canadian author Kim Thúy will be organized on March 18.

Stay connected, all details will be available soon.

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The Romance studies graduate students will host a two-day conference on "Negociating Spaces: Positions of Race, Gender and Sexuality across the Arts" on March 1 and 2.


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