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Posted at 5:48 PM ET, 01/27/2011

Alliance Francaise presents short film festival

By Erin Williams


The Alliance Francaise is presenting "Les Lutins du Court Metrage," (The Leprechauns of the Short Film) Washington's only French short film festival, from Feb. 7 - 13.

The fourth annual film festival is composed of six different screenings of 38 of the best French short films of 2010.

The films are shown during screenings over six nights at The Alliance Francaise, Bistro Lounge Napoleon, the Hillwood Estate, the Lycee Rochambeau, the National Gallery of Art, and Letelier Theater. Each screening is $8.

The screening at the National Gallery on Feb. 13 is free, and the entire festival is free for members of Hillwood, Alliance Francasie, and for students of the Lycee Rochambeau.

The screening at the Lycee Rochambeau on Feb. 9 is $5 for adults. A"Lutins party" will be held on Saturday, Feb. 12 at the Alliance Franciase, with free admission for members and for those who attend three of the week's screenings. Non-members will have to pay $8. For more information visit http://leslutins.com/.

By Erin Williams  | January 27, 2011; 5:48 PM ET
 
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