Un homme qui crie / A Screaming Man
Working on a scale both intimate (a father’s wounded ego) and epic (a nation torn apart by civil war), writer-director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun creates a tender but unsentimental portrait of present-day Chad, simultaneously unfolding private and national tragedies through the tale of a father, a son and a gleaming swimming pool.
(Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, Chad/France/Belgium, 2010, French and Arabic w. English subtitles, 35mm, 92 min)
The Tournées Festival of New French Cinema
January 6-February 3, 2012
For the fourth year, the FSC and France Chicago Center partner to bring a series of contemporary French films to campus. This winter, spend Friday evenings with the films of five innovative directors whose work represents the best of French cinema today.
The Tournées Festival was made possible with the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, the French Ministry of Culture (CNC), The Florence Gould Foundation, The Grand Marnier Foundation and highbrow entertainment.