International Film Festival at Home

Cape Fear Community College’s Humanities Department plans to continue its annual International Film Festival, turning to the web this year for the showings.

“We aren’t going to let a worldwide pandemic prevent us from providing our students and the community with a cultural opportunity,” Humanities Department Chair LUCINDA MCNAMARA says.

The college holds the film festival, now in its second year, to showcase CFCC’s foreign language courses.

Three films will be available to watch between 7 a.m. March 2 and 11:59 p.m. March 4. The movies are Les enfants du 209 rue Saint-Maur, Paris Xe (The Children of 209 Saint Maur)-in French; Das schweigende Klassenzimmer (The Silent Revolution, which is shown above)-in German; and Lanzas de todas partes (Spears from All Sides)-in Spanish. The movies also will have English subtitles.


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