Documentary Screening: "Mai '68, un étrange printemps": The Odd Spring of May '68

Film - Documentary | October 30 | 4-7 p.m. | Dwinelle Hall, 4429 (Library of French Thought)

 Institute of European Studies, Department of French, French Studies Program, UC Berkeley

Marking the 50th anniversary of May '68, this two-part documentary film offers firsthand accounts of those historic events from the individuals who were on the frontlines: politicians, law enforcement officers, and others who participated in the protests on the streets of Paris. The film shifts point of view from firsthand accounts to archival photographs, political posters and film footage, examining the complexities of memory and history.

In French with English subtitles
Directed by Dominique Beaux (2018)

Presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Au Coeur de Mai 68", featuring photographs by Philippe Gras (1942-2007).

Sponsored by Association des Amis de Philippe Gras and Films des quatre Planètes.

October 15 - November 30
French Department Corridor
Dwinelle Hall, Level D

Free and open to the public

 CA, 5106435799