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FILM SCREENINGS

  • Colette

    1951. France. Yannick Bellon. 30 min.

  • Solzhenitsyn’s Children Are Making a Lot of Noise in Paris

    1979. Canada. Michael Rubbo. 87 min.

Sunday, February 14, 2010, 3:30 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2



  • Colette

    1951. France. Directed by Yannick Bellon. 30 min.

  • Solzhenitsyn’s Children Are Making a Lot of Noise in Paris

    1979. Canada. Written and directed by Michael Rubbo. With Louis-Bernard Robitaille. Solzhenitsyn’s Children was filmed almost ten years after the events of May 1968—the largest general strike in French history and the Soviet invasion of Prague. The structure is simple: with the aid of Robitaille, a French-Canadian foreign correspondent based in Paris, Rubbo visits with a host of French opinion-makers—journalists, writers, politicians. and philosophers who represent the vociferous, fragmented voices of the French Left. Courtesy the National Film Board of Canada. In French; English subtitles. 87 min.