Just a reminder about the final screening of the Tournées Festival of French 
Cinema at Hopkins this afternoon, which will take place at 3:00pm in Hodson 
110:  a screening of Jacques Audiard’s visceral Rust and Bone, the drama of two 
fractured lives--Ali, a burly, stoic bruiser down on his luck, and Stéphanie 
(Marion Cotillard), a former whale trainer who has lost her legs in a horrific 
accident. Followed by a discussion led by Linda Delibero, Director of the 
Program in Film and Media Studies.

The Tournées Festival is made possible with the support of the Cultural 
Services of the French Embassy in the US and the Centre National de la 
Cinématographie et de l’Image Animée, and by the Florence Gould Foundation, 
Campus France USA, and highbrow entertainment.

Festival sponsors include the Johns Hopkins University Department of German and 
Romance Languages & Literatures, Program in Film & Media Studies, and Center 
for Advanced Media Studies.

For more details see the festival website: 

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 See you there!
Suzanne Roos
Department of German and Romance Languages & Literatures
Johns Hopkins University
Gilman 446
3400 N. Charles St. 
Baltimore MD 21218
(410) 243-4623

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