Over the next two weeks, the University of Louisville's Floyd Theater is hosting a French Film festival. Admission is free!
It appears that the selected films are first-rate. Kudos to the organizers.
I'm going to try to take in at least some of the festival -- and should have gone to see "Lorna's Silence" at 3 pm today. It's been a quiet afternoon and it would have fit in my schedule. Plus, I do like film noir -- even if this film is neo-noir rather than the classic variety.
Of the films, "Séraphine" has been the most critically acclaimed -- you may have heard about it already
"Summer Hours" sounds a bit like "A Christmas Tale," but stars Juliette Binoche instead of Catherine Deneuve.
You can even find family fare, with "A Town Called Panic."
Check it out.
Did I mention that it is free?
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