[ndlr] Débat autour du film de Lam Lê, Công Binh, la longue nuit indochinoise à l’Université de New York le 27 septembre 2013.
Memories of Indochina
September 27 2:00pm – 7:00pm EDT (4:00am – 9:00am +1 Day EST)
La Maison Française, 16 Washington Mews (at University Place)
Panel discussion and film screening
Institute of French Studies Colloquium
Although colonial situations and wars of independence have attracted considerable attention, both public and scholarly, the French colonization of Indochina and the First Indochina War have been largely ignored. Our event brings together a documentary film-maker and scholars of Indochina and its plural memories, in France, the U.S. and Viet Nam.
Organized by Jean-François Klein (Université de Nantes), visiting professor (Institute of French Studies, NYU) and Frédéric Viguier (Institute of French Studies, NYU).
Free and open to the public
Co-sponsored by Cultural Services of the French Embassy
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Location: La Maison Française
M. Kathryn Edwards, Bucknell University
Jean-François Klein, Université de Nantes
Lam Lê, film director
Stephanie Ponsavady, Wesleyan
Todd Shepard, Johns Hopkins
Moderated by Frédéric Viguier, NYU
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Cong Binh, la longue nuit indochinoise
Directed by Lam Lê (ADR Productions, 2012)
Original version with English subtitles
Location: Cantor Film Center, Theater 101, 36 East 8th Street
Admission: Free for NYU Students and Faculty
$5 Admission fee for the general public
Source : NYU
Pour en savoir sur Công Binh, voir :
- L’interview de Lam Lê sur le site de l’Ambassade de France aux Etats-Unis : Lam Lê Presents His New Film CÔNG BINH, 03/09/2013. (Interview with Frédéric Viguier, researcher at NYU Institute of French Studies).