Albertine Cinémathèque at Texas A&M

Albertine Cinémathèque is a film festival curated and sponsored by the FACE Foundation. (Read more here.)

The Department of International Studies is proud to welcome Albertine Cinémathèque to the Texas A&M campus and community. Students in French/Film 425: “French Film” will host 5 film screenings every Monday evening between March 28th and April 25th in HECC 209 at 6:00pm. Our partners at Brazos Valley Worldfest have generously agreed to provide free parking for members of the Brazos Valley community who would like to join our screenings.

Our end of year, capstone screening will take place on Tuesday, May 10th at the Queen Theater in Downtown Bryan.

Click here to register for each of the film screenings.

Early Shorts by Alain Resnais

Monday, March 28th in HECC 209.

The Story of a Three-Day Pass

Monday, April 4th in HECC 209.

A Tale of Summer

Monday, April 11th in HECC 209.

Little Girl

Monday, April 18th in HECC 209.

Night of the Kings

Monday, April 25th in HECC 209.


Tuesday, May 10th at the Queen Theater.

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