Étiquette : Trinidad and Tobago

[Culture] A series of events celebrates The Patois Month in Trinidad and Tobago

The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago organises a series of events so as to celebrate the Patois Month. It collaborates with The Festival Le Mois Kréyol and CORECA. After the creole storytelling of « Mayé a Sésilo » narrated by Benzo from Guadeloupe on Wednesday 1st 2020, an online conference with Benzo is scheduled on Friday 16th 2020 from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm on the Facebook page of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago. Save the date!

Let’s take a look at the program here.

Source: Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago
Source: Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago

According to the Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago, Benzo will make an online introduction class about Patois. « You will now hear his method to teach patois to a general audience. Everybody is welcome for this online introduction class on our great Patois and it’s culture ! », wrote the Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago.

Source: Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago
Source: Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago
Source: Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago
Source: Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago

Wednesday 28th October 2020 is The International Day of Creole Culture and Language or Jounen a kréyòl. The first international conference will be held « exclusively in Creole with Dominica, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Martinique, Reunion island, Sainte-Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago and various Creole speakers from the diaspora everywhere in the world ». Be ready at 5:30 pm (Trinidad time).

Join the Facebook live of CORECA : https://facebook.com/coreca.officiel/

Source: Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago
Source: Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago
Source: Facebook of CORECA
Source: Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago

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Salaura DIDON

[Cinema] The French Institute organises the 19th Animation Film Festival worldwide

Come and celebrate the Animation Film Festival offered by the French Institute, from Wednesday 14 to Saturday 31 october 2020. Two full-length feature films and thirteen French and African short films will be available online. It is free of charge and without registration.

The following page will be available from Wednesday 14 october 2020 so as to watch the movies:

https://ifcinema.institutfrancais.com/fr/streaming/animation

The two full-length feature films are:

  • Adama by Simon Rouby, 2015, France, 1h25.
  • Cus petit oiseau, grand voyage by Christian De Vita, 2014, France, 1h30.

The thirteen short films are:

  • Le Spectacle de la maternelle by Loïc Bruyère, 2019, France, 8 minutes.
  • L’atelier by Bianca Mansani, 2019, France, 4 minutes.
  • Mathilda by Irène Iborra et Eduard Puertas Anfruns, 2018, France, 7 minutes.
  • Celui qui domptait les nuages by Julie Rembauville et Nicolas Bianco-Levrin, 2015, France, 4 minutes.
  • La Petite pousse by Chaïtane Conversat, 2019, France, 10 minutes.
  • Beuââârk! by Gabriel Jacquel, 2014, France, 11 minutes.
  • Lunolin, petit naturaliste de Cecilia Marreiros Marum, 2005, France, 5 minutes.
  • Shamazulu by Jérémie Nsingui, 2014, République démocratique du Congo, 12 minutes.
  • Malika et la sorcière by Nabaloum Boureima, 2014, Burkina Faso, 15 minutes.
  • Le Cadeau by Ismael Dialo, 2017, Mali, 11 minutes.
  • Les Trois vérités by Louisa Beskri et Wakili Adehan, 2017, Bénin, 14 minutes.
  • Le Lutteur by Abib Cissé, 2017, Sénégal, 14 minutes.
  • Le chasseur et l’antilope by Narcisse Youmbi, 2016, Cameroun, 13 minutes.
Source: Facebook of The Alliance Française of Trinidad and Tobago

The Animation Film Festival is celebrated in all its forms and at all ages, in France and worldwide.

The Animation Film Festival abroad

The French Institute proposes again the Animation Film Festival abroad during the month of October 2020 for the 10th consecutive year. It collaborates with the Association Française du Cinéma d’Animation (AFCA).

The French cultural network abroad and its partners promote the excellence and creativity of French animation. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the French Institute offers a selection of films online from home and for free.

Let’s take a look at:

La fête du cinéma d’animation

St@y connected!

Salaura DIDON