UNCC Film festival screens foreign flicks

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UNC Charlotte's International Film Series and Tournées French Film Festival is showcasing a series of contemporary foreign films on select days through March 25. The festivities include screenings of Une vie de chat (A Cat in Paris), an animated film about a girl whose cat takes her on a nighttime adventure involving rooftop runs with thieves; Poetry, an emotionally gripping Korean film about a woman's newfound interest in poetry as a coping mechanism for the challenges of raising her grandson and being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease; and La Aldea Maldita (The Cursed Village), a 1930s silent film from Spain that will be accompanied by a live piano performance by Ethan Uslan.

Une vie de chat (A Cat in Paris) screens at the International Film Series and Tournées French Film Festival
  • Une vie de chat (A Cat in Paris) screens at the International Film Series and Tournées French Film Festival

Free admission. Dates, times, costs and locations vary. For a full list of all the films being screened, visit http://filmfest.uncc.edu.

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