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Brazen, a series of short animated films

Publié le November 3, 2021
Brazen, series of 21 animated short films. The portraits of 21 women, each revolutionary in their own way.


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WHAT: Film Across Borders: Brazen, a series of short animated films

WHEN: Thursday, November 18, 2021 – 7pm - 8:05pm

WHERE: La Maison Française – Embassy of France – 4101 Reservoir Rd NW, 20007, Washington, D.C.


RESERVATION: Eventbrite.

INFOS: Registration and valid ID required. Masks and vaccination certificate required. No parking inside the embassy. No large bags, helmets and suitcase.

Directed by Mai Nguyen and Charlotte Cambon de La Valette
| 2020 | 65min | France |

Brazen is a series adapted from the bestselling comic books Culottées by Pénélope Bagieu (Gallimard 2016), first published online on Le, which has since been translated into 19 languages in 27 countries with over 550 000 copies sold worldwide (France, Australia, Brazil, Belgium, Canada, China, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New-Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, USA). The portraits of 30 women, each revolutionary in their own way. 30 women who wrote their own destinies and changed the world! Lighthouse keeper, astronaut, empress, animal interpreter, crime miniaturist… whoever they were and wherever they came from, those Brazen ladies were out to tear down prejudice and bring energy and hope.

The screening will be followed by a roundtable and a Q&A with the audience.

Light snacks and refreshments available for purchase from 6PM to 7PM.

Masks, proof of vaccination and ID will be required to enter the French Embassy. Each person attending the event must have a ticket registered in their name and a government-issued ID that matches the name on the reservation in order to enter the Embassy. Due to strict security measures, please arrive on time, and allow extra time for security screening.

All necessary measures are taken, including but not limited to: controlled capacity, frequent cleaning of high traffic areas, circulation patterns, and safe social distancing throughout the buildings and embassy grounds.