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24 May 2023

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Screening of ‘Happening’, by Audrey Diwan

9 June 2023, 7pm

at the Maison Française d’Oxford (2-10 Norham Rd, Oxford)

Admission is free.

Registration required at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/film-screening-levenementhappening-tickets-642062595507

An adaptation of Nobel laureate Annie Ernaux’s novel L’Événement, looking back on her experience with abortion when it was still illegal in France in the 1960s.

Organised by Prof. Ève Morisi (St Hugh’s College, Oxford)

With the support of St Hugh’s College and the Maison Française d’Oxford

This screening is part of a series of events organised by Prof. Ève Morisi (St Hugh’s College, Oxford), following the award of the Nobel Prize in Literature to Annie Ernaux in December 2022. The series also includes a screening of the documentary The Super 8 Years (Oxford Curzon Cinema, 8 June, 4pm, followed by a Q&A with director David Ernaux-Briot), an exhibition entitled ‘Annie Ernaux, Nobel Laureate: Class, Gender, and Life-Writing’ (St Hugh’s College, 8 June-8 November 2023), and an international colloquium on ‘Annie Ernaux: Writing, Politics’ (9 June, St Hugh’s College, Oxford).

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