MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27 AT 7:00 PM
at La Maison Française - Embassy of France
4101 Reservoir Road, NW - Washington, DC
Parking available on Reservoir Road and across the street at Georgetown University Hospital's pay lot.
SECURITY RULES: A reservation on Eventbrite is mandatory, attendees must have a Government issued photo ID in order to enter the Embassy.
NO ONE WILL BE ADMITTED WITHOUT RESERVATION OR PROPER ID
Name on reservation must match ID.
Due to strict security measures, please arrive on time, doors will be closed at 7 p.m. sharp.
LITTLE SENEGAL BY RACHID BOUCHAREB
2001 - Algeria/France/Germany - 100 min
In French and English with English subtitles
In celebration of Black History Month and in partnership with the DC Host Committee, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy present the screening of the 2001 film Little Senegal by Rachid Bouchareb.
Aging Senegalese man Alloune curates a slavery museum in his home country. Spurred by the reaction of curious patrons, Alloune is inspired to find the descendants of the people brought to the United States during the slave trade. So he travels to America, eventually landing in New York and meeting up with his cab driver nephew, Hassan, Hassan's girlfriend, Biram, and storekeeper Ida, who could be Alloune's distant relative.
Online registration is required for this screening.
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