Last screening of Young French Cinema in Baltimore
Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018 – 7pm
I will taking students from campus. We will meet at 6:15pm in Welsh, we can meet directly outside my apartment (Welsh 230) to carpool.
Every year, hundreds of students from all over the department of Seine-Saint-Denis face off in Eloquentia, a contest to crown the best orator in this wildly diverse, sprawling suburb of Paris. Speak Up follows a group of college students preparing for Eloquentia through an intensive six weeks of workshops and into the tournament itself. Smoothly juxtaposing fly-on-the-wall scenes of the group in the classroom and the amphitheater with interviews and solo scenes with participants (and the future winner!), directors de Freitas and Ly create an inspiring portrait, by turns riotous and poignant, of a young generation of every creed and color brought together by a shared commitment to the French art of rhetoric. The viewer will not soon forget Elhadj, a formerly homeless young man now running an NGO in West Africa, Leïla, a shy Syrian-French woman who forces herself to become an orator to “redefine feminism,” or Eddy, a fledgling actor from a tiny village who has to walk ten kilometers every day to catch a train to class.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Welsh 2 Common Room
Come grab a cup of tea or coffee, and snacks, while taking the opportunity to chat with current Language House residents and the Directors, Jeanne and Maite!
Friday and Saturday, March 9 and 10, 2018 – 7:30pm
Molière’s final masterpiece is a farcical comedy about love and sickness. This production by the French company Le TRAC from southern France features original music developed by the troupe, and participation by Goucher students and faculty. The troupe’s residency is sponsored by the Theatre program and the Center for the Study of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures; the Center for Dance, Music, and Theatre, and the E. and D. Robertson Lectureship Fund. Performed in French, with English synopsis provided. Admission: $5.
There are many language tables happening this semester. Thank you for helping us organize these and for participating!
Arabic: every other Friday, 1:30pm, Alice’s café
French: every Wednesday, 5pm, Stimson dining hall
German: every other Wednesday, 1:20pm, Welsh 2 kitchen
Italian: every last Monday, 1:30pm, Alice’s café
Spanish: every Monday, 1pm, Welsh 2 common room
Tuesday, March 6th, 2018
En attendant les hirondelles
7pm – Parkway Theater
Meet at 6:20pm at the back door of Welsh Hall, by the security gate to carpool.
In the year 2041, a robotics designer (Daniel Brühl) studies a 10-year-old girl (Claudia Vega) to create an android.
February 22nd at 9 pm – Welsh Classroom