The College of Central Florida’s Ira Holmes International Film Series will continue next week with two free screenings of the award-winning 2021 film “Petite Maman.”
Directed by Céline Sciamma, “Petite Maman” is a PG-rated film that transcends time and space to weave a delicate fable about grief, family, and connection across generations.
In the wake of her grandmother’s death, 8-year-old Nelly accompanies her distraught mother to her childhood home. While there, Nelly’s encounter with another young girl brings mother and daughter together in a way that neither could have ever imagined.
“Evoking childhood’s perpetual state of wonder through luminous, richly textured images, ‘Petite Maman’ takes viewers on a journey inward for a quietly miraculous tale of emotional time travel,” stated the College of Central Florida in a media release.
The first screening will begin at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, February 13 at the Appleton Museum of Art (4333 E Silver Springs Boulevard), and it is free to all museum and film series members. Nonmembers will pay the museum admission fee.
Later in the evening, at 7 p.m., a second screening will begin at the College of Central Florida’s Ocala Campus (3001 SW College Road, Building 8, Room 110). This screening is free and open to the public.
For more information, including a full list of the movies in the CF Ira Holmes International Film Series, click here or contact Wendy Adams at 352-873-5800, ext. 1546.