« Tournées » Film Festival @ Whitman College, 21 January - 25 February

Screenings will take place on Sunday evenings at  7:30 p.m. 
See below, complete list with dates.

Kimball Auditorium 
is located in the 
Hunter Conservatory 
on the Whitman College campus 
(SE corner of Park Street and Boyer Avenue).



Film and dates (click on posters below for additional information and resources):
  • 21 January, Louise By the Shore (Louise en hiver; Jean-François Laguione, 2016, 75 mins.)
  • 28 January, Marguerite (Xavier Giannoli, 2016, 129 mins.)
  • 4 February, As I Open My Eyes (À peine j'ouvre les yeux, Leyla Bouzid, 2015, 102 mins.)
  • 11 February, Latest News From the Cosmos (Dernières nouvelles du Cosmos, Julie Bertucelli, 2016, 105 mins.)
  • 18 February, Black Girl (La Noire de . . ., Ousmane Sembène, 1966, 59), shown with Borom Sarret (Ousmane Sembène, 1963, 30 mins.)
  • 25 February Fatima (Philippe Faucon, 2016, 79 mins.)
Please consult our Additional French Cinema Resources, as well.


1. Louise en hiver (Louise by the shore), 21 January  2. Marguerite, 28 January 3. A peine j'ouvre les yeux (As I open my eyes), 4 February

4. Dernières nouvelles du cosmos (Latest news from the cosmos), 11 February  5. La Noire de . . . (Black Girl), 18 February  https://sites.google.com/a/whitman.edu/tournees-film-festival/home/Fatima-affiche.jpg

This edition of the « Tournées » Film Festival is made possible with the support of :
the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the U.S., the Centre National du Cinéma et de l’Image Animée (CNC), 
the French American Cultural Fund, Florence Gould Foundationand Highbrow Entertainment.

For their contributions to this website, a big "Thank you!" to the students of French 252, Contemporary Cinema of the Francophone World: Olivia Caldwell-Nepveux, Nhi Cao, Jonathan Falk, Brenna Jensen, Anne Karneus, Katie Laliotis, and Andreas Muller-Immergluck.