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Boise State French Film Festival Highlights First Director From Sub-Saharan Africa

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The Department of World Languages at Boise State is screening a series of French motion pictures in conjunction with the Idaho Film Collection. The month-long event is made possible by a cultural grant from the French government.

French professor Mariah Devereux Herbeck is hosting a screening of "Black Girl." In conversation with Morning Edition host Matt Guilhem, she spoke about the festival, the films and the ongoing relevance of director Ousmane Sembene’s "Black Girl."

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