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TheFrench Institute-Alliance Française will remember May 1968 with a monthlong film series curated by Delphine Selles-Alvarez. Opening night will include a screening of the American premiere of Don Kent’s two-part documentary LES ANNÉES 68, a global look at the rise of civil and political activism fifty years ago.

Featuring Régis DebrayJudith ButlerMarco BellocchioToni NegriKathleen CleaverGreil Marcus, and Ralph NaderLES ANNÉES 68 will be followed by a panel discussion with NYU professors Mary NolanPaula Chakravartty, and Pedro Monaville, and Holy Family University professor Madigan Fichter.



Tuesday, May 8.

Part 1 – LA VAGUE, at 4pm.

Part 2 – L’EXPLOSION, at 7:30pm.

Florence Gould Hall, FIAF

55 East 59th Street, New York City.

See: multitudes.net/toni-negri

Above: Champs-Élysées, Paris, May 1968.

Below: Protests by Sorbonne students on the rue de Rennes, Paris, May 7, 1968. Photograph by Marc Garanger.