40 Brattle Street, Cambridge
April 6 - 8, 2012 - varied times
The Ghett’Out Film Festival presents independent artistic productions and original filmmakers working on the fringes of the French production-distribution system. These filmmakers work with small budgets that limit the visibility of their films - if they are able to get them released at all - to small alternative movie houses.
Often self-taught, belonging to minority groups, living in the heart of a multi-ethnic French population and generally coming from lower class neighborhoods, these filmmakers are not the egalitarian ethnic quota but are, in fact, the leaders of a new New Wave.
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