Tuesday, April 03, 2007

More French Film Festival

Drs Peter and Francoise Kirkpatrick are the founders of the festival. These film clips show the range of films, L'avion, about a child and a magical airplane, Bamako, about Mali, the World Bank & the IMF, and a documentary about Jacques Chirac using clips from public resource materials. The directors, Karl Zero and Michel Royer, are working on a film about George W. with a 2008 release. The Chirac film and the last film, "Je vais bien, ne t'en fais pas," were our favorite films of the festival. We love seeing and sometimes speaking with the actors and directors that come for the festival. This year, it seemed that there were more of them than ever. It was long, difficult to sit on the "historic" seats for so many hours, but we can't wait for the next one.

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