Celebrating French Cinema

To encourage our educational and cultural relationship with our Sister Cities in France (Noisy-le-Roi and Bailly), we will be screening French Cinema and French-related films for the month of November.

For the past 15 years there have been over 600 persons traveling back and forth across the Atlantic from Albion to our Sister Cities, from children as young as 9 years old to senior citizens. Youth from Albion have traveled to France for school and other cultural experiences, and French children have come to Albion for school programs, piano competitions, basketball games, and summer camps. Exchanges of college-age young adults have also occurred for college/university experiences and programs and summer internships. While Albion families have acted as hosts for our visitors, we have come to know and care for each other as family, and we look forward to many more years of partnership.

Join us for our inaugural French Cinema Festival in honor of Sue Marcos as we use classic and family films to continue learning about our family across the world! Many thanks to all of the individuals that gave donations to kick-start our French Film Programs. 


November Fridays & Saturdays

Friday Films at 10:00 AM for $3

Saturday Films at 11:00 AM for $1 

November 4th – Mon Oncle

November 5th – A Monster in Paris

November 11th – The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

November 12th – Ernest & Celestine

November 18th – Amelie

November 19th – The Red Balloon AND A Cat in Paris

November 25th – The Artist

November 26th – Hugo

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