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San Diego French American School

Movies & social gathering - Mois de la Francophonie

Movies & social gathering - Mois de la Francophonie
Movies & social gathering - Mois de la Francophonie

Time & Location

Mar 08, 2024, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

San Diego French American School, 6550 Soledad Mountain Rd, La Jolla, CA 92037, États-Unis

Guests

About the Event

To celebrate the Month of the Francophonie, the Quebec Office in Los Angeles is sponsoring our French Film Club featuring two Quebecois films. Come join us for an evening of networking over hors d'oeuvres, and immerse yourself in the inspiration, emotion, and enlightenment brought by these movies. 

6:30 PM: Social gathering with hors d'oeuvres and drinks*  

7:25 PM: Forewords by David Ruiz, Director, Public Affairs and Cooperation at the Délégation générale du Québec Los Angeles 

7:45 PM: Short film - La Main Gauche (The Left Hand)

8:00 PM: Feature film  - L'Audience (The Hearing) 

Location: San Diego French American School Auditorium

To sustain our event and small nonprofit organization, we suggest a donation of $10 at the door. 

More information

Hors d'oeuvres* prepared by "Stage your Food" with the support of Eurofood Depot.

The buffet includes: various appetizers, assortment of cheeses and cold cuts (charcuterie), crackers & bread. veggies, fruits and cookies.

Drinks: soft drinks, coffee and tea.

Movies in French with English subtitles. 

Short film: La Main Gauche (The Left Hand) -2022- 14 min - PG

Young Maxime's mother starts worrying about her son when he is declared "not normal" by his 2nd grade teacher. After a distressing visit to the hospital, she decides to confront the teacher, only to see the whole situation in a new light when the most trivial misunderstanding occurs. A short movie about gender, especially when it's projected on others.

Feature film: L'Audience (The Hearing) - 2023 - Documentary - 93 min - G / all ages admitted

After crossing 11 countries irregularly to seek asylum in Canada, Peggy, Simon and their three children are waiting for the hearing that will determine whether they get refugee status or not. Having fled political repression in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the family tries to rebuild a peaceful life in Montreal, in spite of the constant threat of deportation. Between ghosts from the past, hopes for the future and a complex legal maze, the film delves into the struggle of the Nkunga Mbala family to remain in Canada. Offering unprecedented access to their hearing before the Immigration and Refugee Board, the film unveils the opaque process of claiming asylum in Canada.

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* The food contains or may contain eggs, diary, flour, nuts and other allergens.

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