Until Saturday 29th October
To highlight the twinning between Glasgow and Marseille, the Alliance Française de Glasgow, in partnership with Street Level Photoworks, is running a special exhibition, showing a series of works about the city of Marseille by photographers Franck Pourcel and Yohanne Lamoulère.
Friday 7th October, 4-6 pm
Ciné-goûter: Le Jour des Corneilles
The Alliance Française is delighted to invite children and their family to a special screening of the animated film Le Jour des Corneilles.
We will be serving a goûter (drinks & snacks) before the screening which will start at 4.15pm.
Tuesday 11th October, 7-8.30pm
Café scientifique : Faut-il avoir peur des tornades solaires ?
As part of World Space Week,Nicolas Labrosse, professor at the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Glasgow will talk about his research on sun tornados.
Wednesday 12th October, 2-3.30pm
Café Littéraire : Composition française : Retour sur une enfance bretonne - Mona Ozouf (2009)
"A la maison, tout parlait de l’appartenance à la Bretagne... L’école, elle, au nom de l’universelle patrie des droits de l’homme professait l’indifférence aux identités locales. Quant à l’Eglise, la foi qu’elle enseignait contredisait celle de l’école comme celle de la maison."
Friday 21st October at 12noon / University of Glasgow / Document Film Festival
Screening: La Commune ( Paris, 1871) (2000) by Peter Watkins
As part of the Document Film Festival, the Alliance Française de Glasgow is delighted to support the screening of Peter Watkins’ masterpiece La Commune (Paris,1871).
Wednesday 26th October, 6-8pm.
Test your knowledge of French culture and join us for a great evening of fun !
Try to answer questions on various topics such as French geography, music, cinema, gastronomy, sport, etc., with many prizes to be won!
Suitable for all levels !
Sunday 30th October, 7pm / GFT / Afican in Motion Festival
Screening: La bataille d’Alger (1966) by Gillo Pontecorvo.
(Re)Discover Gillo Pontecorvo’s legendary re-telling of the struggle for Algerian independence from France on the 50th anniversary of its release.
Wednesday 2nd November, 7.30pm/ AF Glasgow / Afican in Motion Festival
Screening of the animated film Adama (2015) by Simon Rouby.
Discover the coming-of-age tale of Adama, a young West-African boy who sets off accross Europe in search of his older brother during WW1.