Alliance Française de Tulsa and Tulsa Global Alliance-Amiens Sister City Partnership co-host this educational film “A Very Long Engagement” with a display in commemoration of the 100th year anniversary of World War I.
When: Sunday, April 2, 2017
*Updated Time: 1:45pm reception; 2:15pm film begins*
Where: Circle Cinema, 12 South Lewis, Tulsa 74104
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“Audrey Tautou, who rose to international stardom with the title role in Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s worldwide smash Amélie, reunites with the director for this drama, set during the darkest days of World War I and its immediate aftermath.” [Rotten Tomatoes]
Whom does she seek? What will she find?
A small collection of souvenirs from a recent trip to the trenches and war memorials of the Picardie region will be on display for our audience.
Recommended reading: A Very Long Engagement or Un long dimanche de fiançailles by Sebastian Japrisot. Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks.
Café Conversation, samedi le 4 et le 18 mars à 10h á midi chez Mods Coffee and Crêpes (507 South Boston Avenue, Tulsa 74120) Venez parler le français avec nous.
Mois de la francophonie
When: Saturday, March 25
Where: Raindrop Turkish house
4444 W Houston St, Broken Arrow 74012
To celebrate the varied cultures who speak the French language, let’s learn how to cook the Moroccan tajine. Cooking demonstrator will be Trina from the TCC French Language Association. $15/person; limited space. Reserve at firstname.lastname@example.org
English version of French/Swiss animated family-friendly PG-13 film should begin showing March 17th in Tulsa: My Life as a Zucchini/Ma vie de Courgette
Saturday, March 11th, 7:30pm “Of Life and Death” Signature Symphony performance at Tulsa Community College Van Trease PAC, call 918-595-7777 for tickets.